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June 28, 2017

Montville Township Committee Awards Anniversary Poster Contest Winners

GrouppppppMONTVILLE, NJ - Poster winners of the Montville Township 150th Anniversary Poster Contest received their prizes at the Montville Township Committee meeting on Tuesday, June 13. To read more click the following words, "click here"

Montville Township Holds 2017 4th of July Parade

MericaMONTVILLE, NJ – After days of rain, the sun shone bright in Montville Township for the 2017 4th of July parade. This year’s June 24 parade marked the township’s 150th anniversary celebration. To read more click the following words, "click here"

Montville Township Board of Ed Honors Retirees, Geo Bee Winner, Reps, Others

PeepsssssMONTVILLE, NJ – The June 13 Montville Township School District Board of Education meeting opened with a song as the Montville Township High School “School of Rock” sang “Helplessly Hoping,” as introduced by School of Rock parent Susan Champion. To read more click the following words, "click here"

Montville Township Committee Passes Two Ordinances at Last Meeting

CommmitteMONTVILLE, NJ - The Montville Township Committee passed two ordinances at their Tuesday, June 13 meeting. One allows self-storage facilities near the Senior House and the other concerns the re-appropriation of funds for the improvement of sidewalks on Changebridge Road. To read more click the following words, "click here"

Montville Township Celebrates the 4th with Fireworks, Pie-Eating and Hot Dog-Eating Contests

PieMONTVILLE, NJ – The 4th of July celebration started Thursday with bands and the carnival in Montville Township and continued Saturday with the parade. To read more click the following words, "click here"

June 23, 2017

Montville Township Public Schools to be featured on Emmy® award-winning Classroom Close-up, NJ

VideoLazar’s HIPP Award-winning program STEM PALS to air Sunday, June 25

Montville Township, New Jersey – On Sunday, June 25, 2017, STEM PALS, a Robert R. Lazar Middle School educational program, will air on the Emmy® award-winning television show Classroom Close-up NJ. The segment will be broadcast on NJTV (In Montville Township, New Jersey, NJTV is Cablevision’s Channel 8).

STEM PALS, is an innovative educational initiative at Robert R. Lazar Middle School in Montville Township, New Jersey, and Parsippany’s Intervale Elementary School. STEM PALS unites science, math and mentoring. Developed by seventh grade science teacher Marisa Castronova-Wos, of Lazar, and third grade teacher Jess Shackil, of Intervale, STEM PALS inspires students to excel in science concepts and curriculum by learning from and mentoring each other. STEM PALS brings the third grade classroom into the seventh grade, and the seventh grade mentors into the third grade, through a live remote connection. Together, students in both classes tackle engineering, math and science concepts resulting in experimentation, original research and solutions.

STEM PALS received the New Jersey Education Association’s (NJEA) Frederick L. Hipp Foundation for Excellence in Education Award for 2016.

Just over a dozen HIPP Grants are awarded across NJ annually.  According to the NJEA website, the Hipp Grant is in place to help educators “Bring creative ideas to life,” and “Promote excellence in education.”

Now taping its twenty-fourth season, Classroom Close-up, NJ is produced by NJEA and NJTV. It highlights innovative and extraordinary educational programs and educators across the state.

NJEA is the state’s largest association of education professionals, representing 200,000 public school teachers, administrators, higher education faculty, education support professionals, retired educators and students preparing to become teachers.

The Lazar Middle and Intervale Elementary STEM PALS will be featured on Classroom Close-up, NJ on Sunday, June 25 at 7:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. The segment will also air on Sunday, July 2 at 7:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

 

June 22, 2017

Montville Township High School graduates 304 at 46th Annual Graduation Ceremony

GraddddddFive students selected to address the Class of 2017 through words or music

Montville Township, NJ – Under vibrant blue skies, Montville Township High School graduated 304 seniors on Tuesday, June 20, 2017. The event marked the 46th Annual MTHS Graduation Ceremony.

The Class of 2017 procession, joined by faculty and members of the Montville Township Board of Education, entered the Mustang's football stadium to the strains of Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance, played by the MTHS Symphonic Band & Orchestra. Thomas Sansone, a member of the Class of 2017, conducted. Sansone is the first guest conductor in recent MTHS history selected from the student body to lead the MTHS Band & Orchestra at graduation. 

"Thomas has been essential to our arts department during his four years at Montville Township High School," said MTHS Principal Douglas Sanford. "Although he has performed countless times as a representative of our school, we are so proud and honored that this last performance is as our full ensemble conductor at tonight's graduation ceremony." 

Sanford's remarks for Sansone were greeted by thunderous applause from the Class of 2017. 

Sanford then address the graduates of the Class of 2017.

“This ceremony represents so much love, care, support, and hope; and all that you have done for the past four years is being celebrated tonight,” Principal Sanford explained. “I feel confident that the greatest moments in your life lie before you. Each of you will leave here tonight armed with the skills, desire, curiosity, and commitment to accomplish anything you endeavor to do.”

Four student speakers addressed the administration, faculty, families, Montville Township Board of Education and their fellow graduates: Jonathan Kraft, Valedictorian and President of the MTHS Class of 2017; Cassandra Golorsky, the MTHS Class of 2017 Salutatorian; Bayann Amer, President of the Student Activities Council; and Geetam Patchigolla, Vice President of the MTHS Class of 2017.

Kraft , the Valedictorian and President of the MTHS Class of 2017, will attend Yale in the fall.  He drew from his experiences academically and as captain of the MTHS Boys Track team to encourage his fellow graduates to work hard but to also make time to enjoy life.

“Hard work is so important.  Go out into the world, and go to work until it brings you success,” Kraft said. “But never work so hard that you lose track of your enjoyment.  Life is not about being the smartest, the fastest, the strongest, or the very best.  It is about appreciating those around and making the most happy memories while we can.  I’m so proud of the work I put into both academics and athletics, but at the end of the day, I’m not going to remember how many medals I won nor what grades I got in each class.  What I won’t ever forget, though, is those memories and friendships I’ve made with my teammates, my classmates, my friends, and all of you before me today.”

Salutatorian Gologorsky will attend Cornell University in the fall. Her speech focused on the many impressive accomplishments the students of the MTHS Class of 2017 have already achieved.

“My fellow classmates have conducted graduate level research, competed in national forensics tournaments, and performed in some amazing musicals,” Gologorsky said. “They’ve demonstrated their outstanding talents on the field, in the pool, and on the track, as well as in art shows and concerts. I’d like to take a moment to congratulate the athletes, artists, musicians, orators, and other gifted individuals of the senior class. For a moment, let’s not focus on the future, but let’s recall all that we’ve accomplished in the past four years. From mastering the idea of tangents in calculus class to successfully throwing on the wheel in ceramics, you all have done something with your time in high school that you can be proud of.”

She assured the seniors that their drive and vision are strong and their experiences to date have prepared them for a future they have been working toward for the past four years.

Amer, the 2017 President of the MTHS Student Activities Council encouraged her classmates to confidently embrace the future, secure in the knowledge that family, friends and self will continue to provide support.

“We are preparing to pack our things and leave our school years behind to step into the next chapter of our lives,” Amer said. “But, as we move on in life, it is imperative to remember that whenever we feel challenged, discouraged, or lost, the answers can be found right here at home.”

Patchigolla, the Vice President of the MTHS Class of 2017 will attend Rutgers Business School in the fall. He addressed his class with great humor and insight. Through a countdown format, he reviewed for the 304 MTHS seniors the past 4 years -- or 1,380 days. He concluded by imagining the next 2 hours and beyond.

Time serves as the measuring stick for who we are and what we will do,” Patchigolla said. “And since those numbers will pass quickly from hours to days and from weeks to years, we must live every second with conviction and courage.”  

Superintendent Dr. René Rovtar encouraged the class “to remember to be kind always.”

“It is our hope,” Rovtar said. “That the years you have spent here in the Montville Township Public Schools, experiencing our Character Ed programs and lessons about honesty, values, ethics and integrity, from the teachers and administrators you have worked with along the way, will have given you a solid moral compass to guide you.”

Board of Education President Dr. Matthew Kayne, who has been involved with the Montville Township Public Schools for 22 years, including nine as a Board of Education Member, expressed his pride and excitement for the inspirations and opportunities the faculty and staff provide daily for the students of Montville Township.

“Our students have rich experiences in our schools,” Kayne said. “Class of 2017, this is your moment, your world. Your actions have the power to lead our society in new directions.”

Class Advisor, World Languages teacher, Jennifer Dubois, spoke to the graduates on behalf of herself and Advisor, Mathematics teacher, Dana Bertoli.

“Every graduate here today has worked extremely hard to become a better version of themselves,” Dubois said. “Each of you has grown in a way that you should be proud of.”

Together Dubois and Bertoli announced each senior’s name as he or she approached the stage to accept a diploma and shake hands with MTHS Principal Douglas Sanford, Superintendent Dr. René Rovtar and Montville Township Board of education President Dr. Matthew Kayne.

Following the ceremony, 304 caps few into the air as family and friends made their way onto the field to hug and congratulate their graduates.

The MTHS graduation ceremony was broadcast live. VIDEO of the MTHS graduation processional, as well as VIDEOS of the speeches and the awarding of diplomas, can be viewed on the Montville Township Public Schools Facebook page.

The majority of graduates then participated in the Montville Township Drug Awareness Council’s Annual Project Graduation event. The oldest substance-free event in New Jersey, for over thirty years, Project Graduation has been staffed by Montville Township volunteers and supported by donations. It is organized by the community to keep MTHS graduates safe. From 10:00 PM to 4:00 AM graduates enjoy a DJ, swimming, volleyball, basketball, laser tag, casino games and a wide variety of special activities and entertainers, as well as a continuous supply of food throughout the night. To ensure everyone’s safety, graduates are be bussed to and from the celebration.

June 21, 2017

Montville Township High School Senior Wins $2K Scholarship

WinnerwinnerMONTVILLE, NJ – Montville Township High School senior Jonathan Kraft was one of five northern New Jersey-area students to receive a $2,000 scholarship from Monk’s Home Improvements. To read more click the following words, "click here

New Active Shooter Procedures to be Adapted in Montville Twp Schools

CopmanMONTVILLE, NJ – In the past, Montville Township schools have utilized lockdown procedures in the case of a perceived danger event not involving fire. This means that staff and employees have been trained to lock windows and doors and hide students from entrance doors when emergency protocols are invoked. This is referred to as a “lockdown.” It is used, for example, in the event that an unauthorized person has gained access to a school, such as if an active shooter situation occurred. To read more click the following words, "click here"

Towaco Civic Association Awards Scholarship, Donates to VFW, Funds Street Signs

AwardpeopleMONTVILLE, NJ – The Towaco Civic Association awarded two $500 scholarships to MTHS seniors Alex Benno and Cameron Zurawlow at the June 8 Senior Awards night, and invited the students to their May 24 meeting so members could meet them. To read more click the following words, "click here"

Montville Township Democrats Announce New Candidate on Ticket for Township Committee

LadyMONTVILLE, NJ – Due to a move to Hawaii, Democratic candidate for Township Committee Lori Hieger is being replaced by Emily Ryzuk, according to a press release from the Montville Democratic Committee on June 16. To read more click the following words, "click here"

Montville Township PBA Participates in Special Olympics Torch Run

SpecialMONTVILLE, NJ – Montville Township Police Department participated with more than 3,000 other law enforcement officers in the June 9 Torch Run to benefit the Special Olympics New Jersey Summer Games. To read more click the following words, "click here"

Montville Township's Lazar Middle School Promotes Nearly 325

CarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrMONTVILLE, NJ - Nearly 325 students were promoted from eighth to ninth grade on Monday, June 19, 2017 at the sixty-fourth annual Robert R. Lazar Middle School Promotion Ceremony. To read more click the following words, "click here"

June 20, 2017

Robert R. Lazar Middle School promotes nearly 325

AwardsOver 25 awards were presented to 34 of the rising freshmen

Montville Township, New Jersey - Nearly 325 students were promoted from eighth to ninth grade on Monday, June 19, 2017 at the sixty-fourth annual Robert R. Lazar Middle School Promotion Ceremony.

Over twenty-three awards were presented to students.

Principal Sharon Carr, who will retire following the end of the 2016 – 2017 academic year, told the students that: “Today marks a milestone for you; a day that begins a journey to your future.”

Carr pointed out that the students have grown “academically, socially and emotionally” over the past three years.

“I have personally witnessed your kindness helping a fellow student…always hoping that kindness will spread to others.” After listing many charities and activities, Carr added: “You’ve donated to a multitude of charitable organizations…the list is endless…. Thank you for making a difference and for making Lazar shine.”

Class President Elliot Jo also spoke eloquently. He thanked the students, faculty and parents, and he reminisced about his three years at Lazar and his spoke of hopes for the Class of 2021 at Montville Township High School.

“Everything you do in life will have an effect,” Jo reminded them. He asked his fellow students to learn from the words of Steve Jobs and Helen Keller.

“Treat yourself well and cherish others,” is a quote that Jobs reportedly said in his last days on Earth; a lesson as to what is truly important in life. Jo pointed out that at the end of his life, a man who had worked all of his life to amassed billions asked others to recognize what was truly important in life.

“May each of us treat each other well,” Joe said as he looked forward to the next four years, “Because, after all, we are in this together.”

He concluded by asking his colleagues to look out for each other over the next four years. “Because, as Helen Keller said, ’Alone we can do so little. Together we can do so much.’”

Following his speech, awards were presented to the following students:

The Academic Achievement Award - Victoria Wei and Andrew Xu

American Heritage Awards – Victoria Feaster and Natalie Rossinow

The Scholastic Progress Award – Andrew Loizou

The Robert R. Lazar Middle School Service Award – Grace Frederick and Sydney Leong

Sportsmanship Awards – Daniel McDavid and Abigail Lisi

The Student of the Year Award – Emma Zwickel

The NFC Studies Award – Julienne Gabriel

Music Awards for Concert Band – Brian Chen and Jeffrey Chen

Music Awards for Chorus – Nina Lewin

Music Awards for Orchestra – Frances Lai and Andria Merkaj

Art Awards – Ania Gill and Queenly Xie

The LNN Television Studio Award – Brady Garb and Ania Gill

The Spanish Award – Hannah Scroggins

The Italian Award – Maria Papera

The French Award – Andrew Xu

The Mandarin Award – Samuel Abramson

Morris County Superintendent’s Middle School Leadership Award – Emma Zwickel

Daughters of the American Revolution Youth Citizenship Awards – Maria Papera and Michael Usatine

Citizenship Awards – Daniel Fariello and Elliot Jo

The Lazar School Determination Awards – Omar Alvarez

The Todd Perrella Memorial Award – Emily Luo and Lindsay Zuckerman

Michelle Sullivan Memorial Award – Charlotte Weinstein

Heroism Awards – Dylan Huang and Emily Spellman

The Carol Lazar Snyder Memorial Awards - Madeleine Kelly and Abigail Lisi

The Lynette Berdej Memorial Award - Emily Gazzillo

Students Ania Gill, Abigail Lisi, Maria Papera, Andrew Xu and Emma Zwickel each received two awards during the event.

The Montville Township High School Parent Teacher Council also presented the Class of 2021 with a $100 check to open the freshman account.

Following the presentation of awards the students’ names were announced as each individual came forward to shake the hand of Principal Sharon Carr, Montville Township Board of Education Member Dr. Matthew Kayne and Montville Township Public Schools’ Superintendent Dr. René Rovtar.

The ceremony was organized by Class Advisors Suezette Given and Ellen Parmentier.

Held indoors in the gymnasium at Montville Township High School, students, parents, faculty and families gathered to celebrate the important occasion.

The school’s Symphonic Band, under the direction of Chelsea Stebbins, played Pomp and Circumstance by Sir Edward Elgar and Trumpet Voluntary by Jeremiah Clarke.

In her closing, Carr, who said she usually quotes Dr. Seuss, Albert Einstein or Maya Angelou, chose instead to quote an essay written by one of the day’s graduates.

“This was written by one of you,” Carr said as she pointed to the eighth graders. The identity of the graduate remained anonymous as she explained, “This essay had one of the best messages: ‘Keep your head up, look up to the sky and tell yourself that you can. You can be something fantastic, you can turn the unpredictable to fascinating. Be who you were born to be. If that doesn’t work, be more than that. We were made to change the world, our generations were made to change each other. To become better people, better to one another. Believe, hope, then soar. Don’t for one second let anyone tell you, you can’t. You can.’”

The Sixty-Fourth Annual Robert R. Lazar Middle School Promotion Ceremony was broadcast live on the Montville Township Public Schools Facebook Page, and can be viewed there anytime. ( https://www.facebook.com/MontvilleTwpSchools/videos/1565958556790056/ )

June 19, 2017

Montville Township Women’s Club 2017 Scholarship Winners

PlayOn Thursday, June 8, 2017 during the HS Senior Award Night at the Montville Township High School, Alexandria Sarra and Marguerite Corazza (President and First Vice President) of the Montville Township Woman’s Club presented two scholarships to deserving HS Seniors:  Kayla Kolaritsch and Viktoria Olowski.  Both seniors were given a $600 scholarship for their involved in volunteer work both within the HS and in the Montville community.  

The Montville Township Women’s Club has been presenting two scholarships to seniors in the HS class for more than twenty years.  It has always been the Women’s Club’s goal to support Education in the community.

Congratulations to Kayla Kolaritsch and Viktoria Olowski and thank you for your service to your community!

YA Programs (Grades 6-12)

Teen Summer Reading Kick-off!

Wednesday, June 21 at 2:30 

Enjoy one last round of video games before the reading begins!

Registration Not Required

Traditional Chinese Arts

Calligraphy: Monday, July 17 at 2:30 

Painting: Monday, July 31 at 7:00 

Leeann Yang from MeWe Art will provide instruction in these techniques.

Registration Required

Summer STEAM Projects

Clean Water: Wednesday, June 28 at 2:30

Food Security: Wednesday, July 12 at 5:00

Epidemics: Wednesday, July 26 at 2:30

Learn the science behind the major problems facing the world through experimentation.

Registration Required

Board Game Club

Thursdays, July 13 and 27, and August 10 at 7:00 pm

Challenge your friends and family with a variety of board games!

Registration Not Required

Cultural Programs (Ages Specified)

Games of the Slavic World

Tuesday, July 18 at 4:00  

For both Teens and Children 8+

Montville Library Celebrates Slavic Heritage!

Come learn some Russian and Polish games and have fun competing with your friends!

Registration Required

Performance by Barynya Ensemble 

Tuesday, July 25 at 7:00 pm 

For All Ages 

Montville Library Celebrates Slavic Heritage!

Barynya is a world renowned Russian folk ensemble. Barynya presents Russian, Cossack, Siberian, Ukrainian, Roma, and Jewish traditional dancing, music, and songs on a variety of traditional instruments. Barynya has been invited to perform at some of the most prestigious cultural venues in the United States, including Carnegie Hall, the Smithsonian Institute, and the United Nations.

Registration Required

ELL Coffee Hour

Saturdays, July 22nd and August 5th at 10:00 am

Enjoy coffee and light refreshments while socializing with other ELL students!

Registration Required

June 12, 2017

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Montville Kiwanis Recognizes MTHS Key Club, Seton Hall Standouts

KeyclubMontville Township High School Senior, and outgoing Key Club President, Mackenzie Lake, was presented with the Montville Kiwanis President’s Award in recognition for her service to the Kiwanis family of service clubs throughout her high school career.

Seton Hall Prep Senior Gerard Hug was presented with the Montville Kiwanis Legacy Award. Gerald led two projects; “My Brother’s Closet”, which collects lightly used uniforms for peers that cannot afford them, and a service club which raises funds for Alzheimer’s research and general awareness.

Long time Kiwanis members Kathy and Tim Lindert were recognized for their years of service. They are relocating from the area.

Follow Montville Kiwanis on Facebook. Web site:  MontvilleKiwanis.org

70 Montville Township High School Students Inducted into National Honor Society

HonorsocietyMONTVILLE, NJ – Seventy juniors were inducted into the Montville Township High School chapter of the National Honor Society at a ceremony held on May 22 at the school. To read more click the following words, "click here"

Project P.R.I.D.E Educates Community on the Harsh Realities of Destructive Choices and Mistakes

PridepeopleMONTVILLE, NJ - In an effort to preserve the safety of our students and greater community, Project P.R.I.D.E was invited to the Montville Township High School auditorium on May 23. To read more click the following words, "click here"

New Township Clerk, Aquifer and Water Quality Test Discussed by Montville Township Committee

JimsandMONTVILLE, NJ - Montville Township Mayor James Sandham introduced Leena Abaza to the Montville Township Committee and public at the Township Committee meeting on Tuesday, May 23. Abaza will be taking over for Trudy Atkinson, township clerk, who will be retiring as of July 31. To read more click the following words, "click here"

Montville Township Introduces New Township Clerk

NewtownclerkMONTVILLE, NJ - There was a new face on the dais at the Montville Township Committee meeting on Tuesday, May 23. Leena Abaza, deputy township clerk, will be replacing Township Clerk Trudy Atkinson after Atkinson’s retirement in July. To read more click the following words, "click here"

Much-Delayed Sidewalk to Be Installed on Changebridge Road in Montville

ConstructionpeopleMONTVILLE, NJ – After years of various kinds of delays, construction began on May 8 of a quarter-mile stretch of sidewalk on Changebridge Road between Lazar Middle School and Church Lane. The construction project will also include drainage and curbing, and is expected to be completed in the beginning of June. To read more click the following words, "click here"

June 05, 2017

Superintendent Dr. René Rovtar lands coveted spot in Nathan’s Famous 4th of July International Hot Dog-Eating Contest

NathansThe 100th Annual Hot Dog-Eating final will be televised on ESPN from Nathan’s Famous in Coney Island, NY

Dr. René Rovtar achieved a life-long goal when she landed a spot in the 2017 Nathan’s Famous Fourth of July International Hot Dog-Eating Contest. The Montville Township Public Schools Superintendent qualified for the 100th Annual Fourth of July competition at Coney Island by eating seven hotdogs and buns in 10 minutes at the Circle K Speed Street qualifier in Charlotte, North Carolina, on May 27, 2017. ( YouTube: https://youtu.be/bTB1dx7wV6U )

More than 18 Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest qualifiers are held annually across the nation.

The Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest is an annual Independence Day American hot dog competitive eating event.

According to NathansFamous.com, “Each year, the greatest competitive eaters on earth gather on the corner of Surf and Stillwell Avenues in Coney Island, Brooklyn, NY, to compete, as they have since 1916.”

On Tuesday, July 4, 2017, Dr. René Rovtar will be among the competitive eaters who will gather to compete for the International title.

“This was planned,” said Rovtar of her participation in the qualifying competition. “It was a bucket list thing for me to qualify.”

She noted that the hardest part was eating seven buns in addition to the hotdogs.

Approximately 18 women and 18 men will compete at the 100th Annual Nathan’s Famous Fourth of July International Hot Dog-Eating Contest this July.

Rapper, Eric “Badlands” Booker, is the male competitor who won the top spot in Charlotte opposite Rovtar. He consumed 24 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes.

“The Nathan's Famous Fourth of July International Hot Dog Eating Contest is a culmination of the qualifying circuit conducted throughout the United States,” the NathansFamous.com site explained.

The top male and top female finishers from each qualifier are invited to compete on July fourth at the ESPN-televised finals. The finals are held at the original and best-known Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Restaurant, on the corner of Surf and Stillwell Avenues, in Coney Island, Brooklyn, NY.

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May 31, 2017

Platt Holds Anti-Pipeline Press Conference in Montville

WaterpeopleMONTVILLE, NJ – Morris County Freeholder candidate Nicolas Platt held a press conference at Montville Township Community Park near Lazar Middle School on May 9 to voice his opposition to the proposed route for Pilgrim Pipeline Holdings LLC’s petroleum pipeline. To read more click the following words, "click here"

Montville's War Hero Speaks at Morris County Memorial Day Commemoration

VetMONTVILLE, NJ – Montville Township resident and World War II hero Hjalmar Johansson was the featured speaker at the Morris County Memorial Day Commemoration and veterans’ medals’ event on May 24, sponsored by the Morris County Board of Freeholders. To read more click the following words, "click here"

Five Questions with… Lori Hieger and Lucy Tullo

LadiesMONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township Committee will have two openings at the end of December. There are five candidates for the positions, and TAPinto Montville will be speaking with all five. We recently spoke with candidates Lori Hieger and Lucy Tullo, who are running together on the Democratic ticket.  To read more click the following words, "click here"

Five Questions with… Matthew Kayne

MatttttMONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township Committee will have two openings at the end of December. There are five candidates for the positions, and TAPinto Montville will be speaking with all five. We recently spoke with candidate Matthew Kayne. To read more click the following words, "click here"

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