Summit Common Council

Tue, January 18
7:30 pm — 11:45 pm
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Time to Do Something About Crime in Summit

January 15, 2022

I think everyone should be extremely concerned about the steady stream of attempted, and actual, car thefts occurring in Summit. It seems as if the criminals are trawling through Summit 24/7, as the incidents are being reported with regularity and at all times of the day/night: very early morning, mid-morning, late afternoon, early evening, late evening, middle of the night. The perpetrators ...

Summit Police Blotter

January 5, 2022

12/03/2021 — At 0845 hours a report was taken for an unlawful entry to a vehicle parked at a Rotary Lane residence. The victim discovered their unlocked gray 2019 Infiniti QX60 was entered and rummaged through at some point during evening hours. Nothing was taken from the vehicle.  

12/03/2021 — At 1948 hours a report was taken for a shoplifting in progress. The ...

Summit EMS Report - December, 2021

Summit’s EMS Volunteers closed out a very busy 2021 by answering 179 emergency calls in December. These included 100 medical emergencies: 10 falls; 20 motor vehicle accidents, including one on a highway, one into a tree and two overturned vehicle accidents; 16 traumatic injuries, including one assault; four cases of overdose or poisoning; four allergic reactions; five responses to a ...

Irish American Cultural Institute to Hold St. Patrick's Day Commemoration

January 18, 2022

The story of the American Revolution in Morristown and its vicinity will be remembered again on Sunday, February 27, 2022, when the Irish American Cultural Institute (IACI) will hold its annual Washington’s St. Patrick’s Day Commemoration at the Madison Hotel in Morristown.

The event celebrates General George Washington declaring St. Patrick's Day as a holiday to encourage the ...

Should Inflation Affect Your Investment Moves?

As you know, inflation heated up in 2021, following years of pretty stable – and low – numbers. And now, early in 2022, we’re still seeing elevated prices. As  a consumer, you may need to adjust your activities somewhat, but as an investor, how should you respond to inflation? 

First, it helps to know the causes of this recent ...

Summit Real Estate Report - November, 2021

Prominent Property Sotheby's International Realty's regional Summit office provides an inside look at the Summit real estate market, utilizing Garden State Multiple Listing Service statistics illustrating the numbers and trends that tell the story.

This edition of the Summit Real Estate Report details information from November 2021.

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Outlook 2022: Stay the Course!

2021 has seen it all: Rising COVID cases, rising consumer prices, rising geopolitical tensions, rising commodity prices, and indeed rising stock prices.  Despite the uncertainty from two major COVID variants, the fastest increase in prices for decades, geopolitical stress over the Ukraine, Afghanistan, Hong Kong, and Taiwan, investors who stayed the course have much to show for ...

NEW - The Omicron Variant – What We Know Today

December 21, 2021: An update on the Omicron variant of COVID-19 from Atlantic Health System expert Steven Sheris, MD, Executive Vice President, Chief Physician Executive, Atlantic Health System, President, Atlantic Medical Group. For more information visit:


Are You A Codependent Person?

As an addiction specialist, I am frequently asked the question, “Why do I need to be in therapy, it’s my (fill in the blank) who is the alcoholic/ addict”. Other times, I am asked by someone, “Am I a Codependent?”, or “What is Codependency?”.   January 2022, National Co-dependency Awareness Month, presents a timely opportunity to talk about ...

Back to the Days of Future Past

Happy New Year’s y’all!

Time to whip out the party hats, reminisce about the year that was, and make resolutions for the year to come.

Unfortunately, this is not always easy to do, which is why we blow out party horns and drink too much champagne.

Last year at this time I looked optimistically forward to a productive year without face masks or zoom calls. Needless to say, it ...