Middletown Minutes
Mayor Murray at Rage Public Hearing
Mayor Stephanie Murray spoke at the Monmouth County Reliability Project public hearing held at Middletown High School North last January.

Judge Gail Cookson's Denial of MCRP is Huge Win for Middletown Residents


On Thursday, March 8th Administrative Law Judge Gail Cookson denied the Monmouth County Reliability Project (MCRP) proposed by Jersey Central Power & Light. In her 180-page decision, Judge Cookson referred to the high-voltage power lines as “untried, untested, and likely infeasible due to its narrow width, age, and proximity to residential communities.”

The Township considers Judge Cookson’s decision a huge win for the residents of Middletown and for all of those who live along the proposed 10-mile route from Aberdeen to Red Bank.

“The Township Committee and I are elated,” said Mayor Stephanie Murray. “We’re confident that Judge Cookson’s strongly-worded opposition to this project will ensure that the BPU makes the right decision.”

Click HERE to read the full statement. 

Deputy Mayor Kevin Settembrino Visits Junior Achievement Biztown on March 9th

Biz Town
Deputy Mayor Kevin Settembrino swore in the Mayor of Biztown on Friday, March 9th and spoke with the fifth grade students about the importance of communities working together. 

Deputy Mayor Kevin Settembrino visited Junior Achievement (JA) BizTown at the Raritan Center Business Park this Friday, March 9th in Edison. He spoke with the fifth grade students of Port Monmouth and Ocean Avenue schools about the necessity of working together and the importance business and government play in any community.

The JA Biztown program is an experiential learning curriculum designed for fifth and sixth grade students to learn the importance of work readiness, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy. Students apply what they’ve learned in the classroom to “real life” as they role play in 14 different storefronts, including a bank, retail store, radio station, city hall, and more in jobs such as CEOs, CFOs, tellers, medical technologist, and town mayor. In managing their businesses and acting as responsible citizens and wise consumers, JA BizTown students strive to create a successful economy.

Click HERE to learn more about the Junior Achievement and the programs they have to offer! 

Littletown
Oak Hill Academy teacher and Littletown Day Coordinator Linda Vacca and second grade students Madeline and Katie took Committeeman Perry on a visit to Oak Hill Castle. 

Committeeman Tony Perry Visits Littletown at Oak Hill Academy Friday, March 9th 


Committeeman Tony Perry visited Oak Hill Academy this Friday, March 9th at their annual Littletown Day event. 

Littletown Day is a day in which students from kindergarten to fourth grade work together to create a 'town' for parents, faculty, and visitors to enjoy. This year, Oak Hill Academy students created a little "Medieval Times" town with a variety of shops and stops such as The Baron's Bank, Caprara's Castle and the Medieval Market. Committeeman Perry visited the shops and got a chance to speak with the children about what they created. Thanks to everyone involved in this wonderful event! 


Summer Camp Registration Begins on Thursday, March 15th! 

Middletown Recreation

Although the forecast says snow, it’s never too early to start planning for summer! With that in mind, remember to register your kids for Middletown Recreation Summer Camps beginning March 15th! This year, the Middletown Recreation Department is offering a wide variety of summer camps for various ages and interests. Below is a list of the camps available. Click on the links to learn more!

Summer Camps at the Middletown Arts Center: Registration Starts 3/15! 


Explore all the classes and workshops the MAC has available for adults and children in a variety of art disciplines. From one-day workshops, to weekly classes, the MAC is here to provide the community with opportunities to grow, learn, and create through the arts. Click HERE to view the various summer programs offered! 

Middletown 350 logo

Middletown Wins NJRPA Award for "Middletown 350" Programming


Middletown Recreation is pleased to announce that the “Middletown 350” year of celebration won the New Jersey Recreation and Park Association (NJRPA) Excellence in Special Event Programming award for the 2017-2018 cycle! Mayor Murray spearheaded this initiative, and Janet Dellett, the Director of Recreation, accepted the award on the Township’s behalf at Harrah’s in Atlantic City on Tuesday, March 6th.  

Neighborhood Photo Contest winner
Mike Fedosh
Environmental Commission member Mike Fedosh was commended for his 27 years of dedicated service to the Township's Environmental Commission. Pictured from left: Mayor Steph Murray, Mike Fedosh, and Committeeman Tony Fiore.

Mike Fedosh Recognized for 27 Years of Service on Environmental Commission

On Thursday, March 8th, Mayor Stephanie Murray presented a plaque to Mike Fedosh for his 27 years of service on the Environmental Commission for Middletown Township. Mr. Fedosh has been a member of the Environmental Commission since 1991 and Chairman since 1995. We thank him for his dedication to our Township and passion for the environment! 

Road closed

Significant Roadwork on Kings Highway & Church Street Starting on Monday, March 12th 


There will be significant roadwork being done on Kings Highway and Church Street in preparation of the signalization of the roadway. There will be partial closures on Church Street starting on Monday, March 12th. The road will be closed starting the week of March 19th and is expected to last six weeks (weather-dependent). Detours will be in place to follow. Please plan alternate routes. If you have any questions, contact Traffic at 732-615-2045. 

New Monmouth Road Closure

There will be periodic lane closures on New Monmouth Road until Thursday, March 15th.  


CERT Flyer

March 2018 Garbage, Recycling &
Bulk Collection Calendar

Middletown Township and New Jersey Natural Gas to Provide Free Energy Audits to Income-Qualified Residents


Middletown Township and New Jersey Natural Gas (NJNG) announced a pilot program to provide free energy audits to income-eligible residents. The program is designed to help qualified NJNG customers in Middletown identify energy-efficiency opportunities to help lower their energy bills.

Those who are not eligible based on their income can still sign up for a Comprehensive Home Energy Audit Analysis for $250 and receive a free ecobee4 Smart Thermostat. 

Click HERE to read the press release. 

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