Summit Common Council

Tue, March 24
7:30 pm — 11:45 pm
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Summit EMS Response Report - February, 2020

Summit’s EMS Volunteers answered 135 emergency calls for help in February. These included 82 medical emergencies: eight motor vehicle accidents, including an overturned and another into a building; five traumatic injuries; 16 falls; five reports of poisoning or overdose; two pedestrians struck by a motor vehicle; three responses to a medical alarm; ...

VIDEO: Point View's Dietze Looks at Stocks Ready for Market Rebound

April 7, 2020

Have we seen a market bottom? What stocks can take advantage of a rebound? Point View’s David Dietze Skypes live with Nicole Petallides:

Point View Wealth Management is an SEC-registered investment adviser and part of Peapack Private Wealth Management. For over 25 years, Point View Wealth Management has been ...

Virtual Programming Allows JESPY House Clients to Receive Vital Services

During these unprecedented times, many non-profits that service individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities are using unique and alternative ways to provide educational, wellness, fitness, and arts-related programming to the clients they serve.

JESPY House, a nonprofit organization in South Orange that provides whole-life services to adults ages 18-73 with Intellectual & ...


Our commitment to Summit and all of our communities will never change. We live in a special community with extraordinary people. Now it is more important than ever to show kindness.

We are in this together and will be stronger than ever.

We have consistently pioneered the use of technology as a resource for our clients and agents alike, and we are using that ...

Taxes in the Time of Coronavirus

Amidst a pandemic, it’s hard to think of tax relief as much of a positive.  However, Congress and the IRS have given taxpayers a little less to worry about.  Like everything else, the situation is in flux. Here are current highlights:

Most 2019 non-corporate income tax returns, along with any balance due, are delayed until July 15.

First-quarter estimated payments ...

The One-of-a-Kind To-Do List

Finding oneself required to stay at home can produce many different feelings.  Anxiety, frustration, loneliness, sad, overwhelmed – you might find that your emotions are running the entire gamut.  The lack of structure, changes in routine and the daily news updates on the COVID-19 pandemic are generating stress and anxiety in particular.  There is a tendency to want to catch ...

Picking Up the Pieces

I read that with all of this family time spent indoors, jigsaw puzzles are in high demand.

Ironically, I find this puzzling because I myself am not a big puzzle person. Nor is my family.

I have puzzled a few times with ill effects. After about 30 minutes my eyes begin to cross, my fingers grow numb, and I start to drool, with very little to show for my efforts. In contrast, I can experience ...