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West Orange Council Votes on Redevelopment of 300 Executive Drive

August 9, 2018

WEST ORANGE, NJ — By a unanimous vote, the members of the West Orange Township Council approved an ordinance on first reading on Tuesday to adopt a redevelopment plan for 300 Executive Drive (Block 155, Lot 42.01), including the Executive Drive and Essex Green properties, which is an area designated as being in need of redevelopment.

The redevelopment plan for this building, which can be ...

West Orange Takes Proactive Steps Following Legionnaires’ Disease Incident

WEST ORANGE, NJ – In response to heightened concern about healthcare safety at West Orange Town Hall after a township employee contracted Legionnaires’ Disease last month, business administrator John Sayers updated those at Tuesday’s West Orange Township Council (WOTC) meeting on the many proactive steps that have been taken to ensure that this issue is being addressed ...

West Orange Council Approves Upgrades at Ginny Duenkel Pool

WEST ORANGE, NJ — In order to make the Ginny Duenkel Pool more accessible to senior citizens and people with disabilities, the West Orange Township Council authorized $479,000 on Tuesday to hire Drill Construction to make the necessary improvements to bring this goal to fruition.

Lenny LePore, municipal engineer, told the council that these dollars will be used to increase the ...

West Orange Council Approves Refuse and Recycling Collection Contract with Major Price Hikes

WEST ORANGE, NJ – A resolution to award the West Orange refuse and recycling collection contract to Suburban Disposal for a five-year period at $2,867,554 a year was adopted at Tuesday’s West Orange Township Council. According to the council, this number is an increase of 65 percent per year over the prior contract with this company.

Council members Michelle Casalino, Victor Cirilo ...

Lieutenant Governor Speaks at Jewish Community Housing Corporation Dinner

LIVINGSTON, NJ – The Jewish Community Housing Corporation of Metropolitan New Jersey (JCHC) recently held its board of trustees annual dinner at Crystal Plaza in Livingston, where Sheila Oliver, lieutenant governor of New Jersey, spoke to the approximately 130 guests, including staff, board members, sponsors and residents about how the West Orange-based nonprofit is “Building Bridges ...

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