TRENTON – Federal aid has been made available to the State of New Jersey to supplement the state and local emergency response efforts resulting from Hurricane Sandy, Gov. Chris Christie announced today.
As we go into the final days of a dismal presidential campaign where too many issues have been fudged or eluded — and the media only want to talk about is who’s up and who’s down — the biggest issue on which the candidates have given us the clearest choice is whether the rich should pay more in taxes.
After a relatively long hiatus, it appears that the Morris Street Redevelopment Plan is on the road towards adoption. As recently reported in the Morristown Patch, the Council introduced an Ordinance to adopt the plan at its October 11, 2012 meeting, and it should be on the Morristown Redevelopment Agency Agenda for November 11, 2012.
Hurricane Sandy has begun to make its presence felt in New Jersey today. Send us your photos and observations, and we’ll post them online. Email firstname.lastname@example.org and remember to include the phrase “ok to publish.”
MILLBURN — On Oct. 24 at a special meeting at the Millburn Municipal Building, seven mayors representing their communities signed an historic Interlocal Agreement for the development of the South Mountain Regional Detention Basin, a storage project to reduce water elevations during peak storms in the Rahway River Watershed.
WATCHUNG – Mount Saint Mary Academy in Watchung will hold an entrance exam for all prospective students in the eighth grade on Saturday, Nov. 3 and Saturday, Nov. 10 at 8:30 a.m. on the Mount campus. Students will have the option of taking the test on either day.