Government Top Stories

October 19, 2018

SUMMIT, NJ - The City of Summit is reminding residents of a fast-approaching deadline to renew parking and municipal disposal permits and notifying the community that curbside leaf collection is ongoing, Vehicle Permits The last day to sign-up for a parking and municipal disposal permit is ...

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SUMMIT, NJ - A monument honoring two Summit residents who were each awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for their heroism and bravery in World War I was approved by the Summit Common Council at its October 16 meeting, which also saw the swearing in of a new Summit Police officer and the ...

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SUMMIT,, NJ - Residents of the Hilltop City are being sought -- and encouraged to apply - for volunteer roles serving on several of City of Summit committees and commissions. Each November, the Mayor and Common Council begin the annual volunteer application review process and appoint new ...

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ELIZABETH, NJ - The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders will host a series of mobile meetings in several municipalities, including a visit to Summit on October 25. Other towns to host meetings include Plainfield and Westfield. Freeholder Chairman Sergio Granados had announced that the ...

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SUMMIT, NJ — George Jetson’s world may have self-driving cars, but don’t expect them filling Summit’s streets anytime soon. At least not according to Parking Services Manager Rita McNany’s presentation at the Summit Common Council’s October 2 meeting. McNany attended the International Parking ...

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NEWARK, NJ - Beginning October 14, NJ Transit will temporarily discontinue some trains and modify the times and origin / destination points of others -- several of which will directly affect Summit commuters -- to accommodate the installation of Positive Train Control (PTC) hardware on additional ...

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SUMMIT, NJ - A fallen tree on Franklin Place -- near Ruthven Place -- has left 665 Jersey Central Power & Light (JCPL) customers in the Hilltop City without power, with affected areas including Bank Street, Beechwood Road, Deforest Avenue, Euclid Avenue, Franklin Place, Glenwood Avenue, ...

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SUMMIT, NJ - While lacking perhaps the hype of a National Football League game held weekly on the same night, the Summit Common Council met on a Monday night, the unusual scheduling tweak a mere diversion to a meeting that featured reports on Summit's traffic signal network and water flow ...

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