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25 posts from January 2017

January 30, 2017

Open Space Fund Use, Budget Discussed at Special Montville Township Committee Meeting

ComiteeeMONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township Committee came together for a special work session on Saturday, Jan. 21 in order to discuss the township’s 2017 budget, goals and objectives. To read more, click the link.

January 26, 2017

Urged By Montville Mayor, Assemblyman Introduces Anti-Teacher Abuse Bill

MeetingMONTVILLE, NJ – Due to former Montville Township elementary school teacher and convicted sexual predator Jason Fennes’ sentencing, a bill is making its way through the New Jersey legislative process. Jim Sandham, Montville Township Mayor, wanted predatory teachers to no longer be protected by the privacy system. To read more, click the following link.

January 25, 2017

Passports Needed to Fly Domestically in 2018; County Announces Anti-Property Fraud System

PersonnMONTVILLE, NJ – New Jersey airline passengers who fly domestically will need passports beginning Jan. 22, 2018, according to Morris County Clerk Ann Grossi. To read more about this article click this link.

January 24, 2017

Montville Township Historical Society

MONTVILLE TOWNSHIP HISTORICAL SOCIETY

Presents

February 13 (Monday) 7:30 pm

Historical

Morris Canal Comes to Montville Twp

Montville Twp Senior House

356 Main Road (Rt 202), Montville

Free admission

For further information, please call 973-394-0554

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MONTVILLE TOWNSHIP HISTORICAL SOCIETY PRESENTS

“Morris Canal Comes to Montville Twp”

“Morris Canal Comes to Montville Twp “ is the subject of the next “Glimpses of the Past History Series” at the Montville Township Historical Society’s program, February 13 (Monday), 7:30 p.m. in the Montville Township Senior House, 356 Main, Montville.

The Morris Canal is 102 miles along its entire length.  Approximately two and a half miles run through Montville and Towaco.  Montville has three planes due to the height the canal must overcome.  The canal impacted the area, bringing in workers, taverns, stores and new way of life.  A murder occurs impacting the residents while the canal also provided employment and goods.  

We have lots of new photos which provide details of the canal.

The program is presented at the Montville Township Historical Society Meeting February 13 (Monday), 7:30 p.m. in the Montville Township Senior House, 356 Main, Montville.

The Garden Club of Montville will Meet February 1st !


Garden clubThe Garden Club of Montville's February meeting will be on February 1st.  A floral demonstration will be presented by Carolyn Karback Deevey.  The meeting is at 7 p.m. at the Senior House, 356 Route 202.  New members welcomed. The Garden Club's website is http://www.gardenclubofmontville.com

January 23, 2017

Montville Drug Problem, Blue Lines and Police Budget Discussed at Township Committee Meeting

PoliceeeeMONTVILLE, NJ – Mayor Jim Sandham asked for the township committee’s “indulgence” as he will be meeting in a very small committee composed of Deputy Mayor Frank Cooney, Township Administrator, Board of Education President Matthew Kayne, BOE Vice President Carmela Novi, and Superintendent of Schools René Rovtar to discuss strategies for addressing the drug problem in Montville Township. Sandham said that after the initial meeting, the committee would be expanded to “include more of the stakeholders,” such as police, the Health Department, and the Drug Awareness Committee. To read more about this story, click the following link.

Educators Honored at Montville Township Board of Education Meeting

PeopleeeMONTVILLE, NJ – Fifteen Montville educators were honored by the Montville Township Board of Education as awardees of the 2016 Governor’s Teachers and Governor’s Educational Services Professionals of the Year on Jan. 17. Each Montville Township school had a winner in the two categories, plus a Princeton University Distinguished Secondary School Teacher Award winner at the high school.  To read more about this story, click the following link.

 

Kiddie Academy Opens in Montville

KiddieeeMONTVILLE, NJ - Kiddie Academy, a nationally recognized provider of comprehensive education-based child care programs, has just opened its newest location in Montville, New Jersey. To read more about this story, click the following link.

January 20, 2017

Montville Schools Demographic Task Force Results Revealed; Referendum Meeting Planned

OurmontpicReconfiguring the Hilldale Elementary School media center is the final decision reached by the Demographic Study Task Force in order to solve the overcrowding problem at that school.  To read more about this story, click the following link.

January 18, 2017

OneMontville Holds MLK Day Walk, Activities

Carousel_image_7cf9c461eb4d3f46ea26_a_OneMontville_walk_begins_crop4While Martin Luther King, Jr. Day dawned clear and cold, that didn’t stop Montville Township residents from coming to the municipal building to start the day off with OneMontville’s Day of Respect and Community Service in honor of Dr. King. To read more about this story, click the following link.

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