Middletown Minutes
75th Anniversary of Navy Station Earle
Committeeman Tony Fiore presented a proclamation on behalf of Middletown Township commemorating NWS Earle's 75th Anniversary on Friday, June 8th.

Naval Weapons Station Earle Celebrates 75thth Anniversary

Naval Weapons Station Earle celebrated its 75th Anniversary on Friday, June 8th at the station's Mainside located in Colts Neck. The event featured a formal ceremony, entertainment, information booths from the Navy, Marine Corps and federal and local agencies, as well as a time capsule display that had been buried during the 50th anniversary of the station.

NWS Earle first took shape as World War II operations demanded an ammunition depot away from densely populated areas. NWS Earle loaded the majority of ammunition used by the Allies for the invasion of Normandy, an achievement for which Normandy Road is named. Since that time, NWS Earle continues to be an integral part of the Navy and vital in keeping our nation safe. Committeeman Tony Fiore delivered a proclamation from Middletown Township to commemorate the occasion and expressed how honored we are to have the Waterfront based in our community. 

Township Happenings & Events 

Relay for Life
Deputy Mayor Kevin Settembrino and Committeeman Tony Perry attended Middletown's Relay for Life Opening Ceremonies on Saturday, June 9th at Middletown High School North. There were teams from all around town and the local area, including both high schools and the Township's  team “Walkers for a Cause”.  The Relay for Life event, held in thousands of towns across America and beyond, brings communities together to remember loved ones who lost their battle with cancer, honor survivors, and raise money to help the American Cancer Society make a global impact on cancer awareness and prevention. 
Poricy Park Sign Reveal
On Tuesday, June 12th, Committeeman Tony Perry cut the ribbon on the Township’s new central bulletin to reduce sign pollution at Poricy Park Nature Center alongside Middletown High School South students Hayley Lawrence and Jake Mark. Hayley and Jake did this project as part of their Structured Learning Experience Program run by Ms. Kristina Venuto. The program works jointly with the Middletown Recreation Department and helps the participants develop valuable life skills through working at Poricy Park. Congrats on a job well done! 
Eagle Scout Ceremony

On Sunday, June 10th, Deputy Mayor Kevin Settembrino participated in a Court of Honor ceremony held at the Red Bank Elks Lodge to recognize three young men from Troop 246 who earned the Boy Scouts highest ranking of Eagle Scout. All three scouts completed their community service projects at Oasis tlc, a local nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote inclusion and acceptance of autistic individuals.  Congratulations to Michael Zito, Christian Sigua, and John Raisley on this outstanding achievement.

Middletown Township Reminds Residents to Keep Boating Safety in Mind this Summer

Leonardo Water Rescue

The Middletown Township Fire Department Performs Water Rescue

On Sunday, June 10th, the Middletown Township Fire Department was dispatched to a boat taking on water shorty after 12:30PM. The Brevent Park & Leonardo Fire Company Marine Unit was dispatched, and upon arrival, firefighters found the boat submerged and the occupants in the water. The victims were rapidly brought onto Marine 31-2 and assessed by Leonardo First Aid & Rescue Squad. Approximately 10 members responded to the call from the Brevent Park & Leonardo Fire Company. All units operated safely under the supervision of Fire Department Second Assistant Chief John Friedmann. 

Thank you to our first responders for your diligence and hard work.

Middletown Township Police
Officers Help Raise Money for Special Olympics New Jersey with Torch Run

On Friday, June 8th, the Middletown Township Police Department, sponsored by the Middletown PBA Local 124, participated in the 35th Annual New Jersey Law Enforcement Torch Run. The local run, which is one of 26 legs held across the state, started in Middletown around noon. The officers then passed the "Flame of Hope" to Holmdel officers around 1:30 p.m. The culmination of the run is the lighting of the cauldron which opens the 2018 Special Olympics New Jersey Summer Games at The College of New Jersey in Ewing. The officers ran to raise funds and awareness for the Special Olympics which provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. 

Congratulations to the 2018 Middletown Preschool graduates! Their graduation ceremony was held on Thursday, June 14th at the Middletown Arts Center. Committeeman Tony Perry attended the event and gave a mini-commencement speech to the students and their families. Thank you to all of the teachers for their hard work and best of luck to the students in Kindergarten next year!

Middletown Logo

Township of Middletown Sewerage Authority Now Accepts Credit/Debit Card Payments 

Residents can now make credit and debit card payments  on www.tomsanj.com by clicking on the “Credit Card Payments and Account Statements Link” or in person at TOMSA’s Administration Office, 100 Beverly Way, Belford. A fee of approximately 2.95% of the transaction amount applies.
TOMSA also has a direct debit program. This allows customers to have payments automatically deducted from their bank account. Signup instructions can be found on the Authority website under the “Direct Debit Program” link or call (732) 495-1010.
TOMSA continues to accept cash, checks, certified bank checks and money orders.

Check Out Middletown's Recycle Coach
Smartphone/Web App!

Recycle Coach is a free customized mobile and web application that contains garbage, bulk and recycling information. Residents can access collection schedules, events, and search acceptable recyclable materials. Alerts and reminders are also available via the app. You can download the free app from iTunes or the GooglePlay app store. You can also access it online HERE

Recycling Coach
MTPL Summer Reading Program

Summer 2018  Programming  at Middletown Township Public Library!

Click HERE to read more about this year's Summer Reading Program and Special Events at the MTPL! A special “Libraries Rock” kick-off event will be held on  Tuesday, June 5th at the Library (55 New Monmouth Road). 

MTPL Food for Fines

MTPL Launches Food for Fines Campaign
Pay off your library fines with food bank donations! Each non-perishable food item donated will wipe $1.00 of late fees from the cardholder’s account, up to a maximum of $10.00 in late fees waived during the program event (although customers are welcome to make further food donations). Donations will be going to all of the local food banks on a weekly basis, including Town’s Pantry, Middletown Helps Its Own, Calico Cat, Project Paul, and Lunch Break. 

The program will run concurrent to the Summer Reading Program (June 25th – August 17th). 


Paper Shredding Event 2018
Traffic Alert!

Roadwork & Detours

Paving on Navesink River Road 

The County will continue milling and paving Navesink River Road overnight from 7:00 p.m. until 6:00 a.m. on Wednesday, June 20th and Thursday June 21st. During these hours, there will be one lane open in the direction of the Oceanic Bridge towards Highway 35. Detours are in place for the other lane.

Roadwork on Kings Highway & Church Street 

The roadwork that has been taking place at the intersection of Kings Highway and Church Street to signalize the roadway is complete. Please be aware that there will be a traffic light at that intersection in the coming weeks. 

Road Restoration Work for New Jersey American Water Continues on the Following Streets: 

  • Avenue A   
  • Ataboy Ave. 
  • Gordon Ct.   
  • Avenue D 
  • High Boy Ave.
  • Walada Ave.
  • Wood Ave. 
  • Carter Ave.               
  • Avenue B
  • Handy Boy Ave.
  • Plymouth Ave.                                        
  • Georgia Ave.                     
  • Orphan Boy Ave.
  • Bergen Ave.

If you have any questions, contact
Traffic at 732-615-2045.

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