Middletown Minutes
Joe Kryillos Proclamation
The Township Committee presented former Senator Joe Kyrillos with a proclamation and a Key to the Township for his 30 years of dedicated service to New Jersey. Pictured from left: Deputy Mayor Kevin Settembrino, Committeeman Tony Fiore, honoree Joe Kyrillos, and Committeemen Tony Perry and Rick Hibell.

Senator Joe Kyrillos Jr.
Honored at June 18th Township Committee Meeting   


The Middletown Township Committee presented former New Jersey Senator Joseph M. Kyrillos Jr. with the Key to the Township and a proclamation recognizing his 30 years of dedicated public service at the Monday, June 18th Township Committee Meeting. They also declared June 18, 2018 'Senator Joe Kyrillos Day' in Middletown

Kyrillos is a long-time Middletown resident. He began his legislative tenure in 1988 at the age of 27, making him the second youngest person elected since the 1947 Constitutional Convention. He served four years as a member of the New Jersey Assembly, followed by 26 years as a New Jersey Senator.

Throughout his legislative career, Kyrillos made a tremendous impact in the area of economic development, has been pivotal in dealing with education policy reforms, lead the early fight for clean ocean and beach legislation, pushed green acres and open space efforts, and tirelessly helped us rebuild in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy. 

We are fortunate that our community will continue to benefit from Kryillos' economic insight, integrity, and strong leadership. Click HERE to watch the presentation. 
BPU Denial

Township Happenings & Events 

Battery Lewis
WWII Battery Lewis Dedication

On Saturday, June 16th, Deputy Mayor Kevin Settembrino and Committeeman Tony Perry had the honor of attending the Monmouth County WWII Battery Lewis Dedication at Hartshorne Woods Park in Highlands along with Freeholder Director Tom Arnone, Freeholder Deputy Director Lillian Burry, and Freeholder Gerry Scharfenberger. 
Battery Lewis was constructed at the Navesink Military Reservation during World War II and is the only 16-inch gun battery in the State of New Jersey.  
Fire One Graduates
Congrats to Middletown Fire One Graduates!

Middletown Township congratulates the Middletown Fire One members on their graduation this past Saturday, June 16th. Committeeman and Former Fire Chief Rick Hibell and Committeeman Tony Perry stopped by to wish them well and welcome them to the Middletown Volunteer Fire Department family. 
MTPL Food for Fines

MTPL Launches Food for Fines Campaign (June 25th-August 17th)!

Pay off your library fines with food bank donations! Each non-perishable food item donated during the program event eliminates a $1.00 of late fees from the cardholder's account up to a maximum of $10.00 per card. 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. 

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Burbio

Middletown Township has partnered with Burbio.com, a free website and app that will put our town’s government, school, library, and community events all in one place. With Burbio, you can select calendars to follow, create a personalized event feed, instantly sync events to your Google or iPhone calendars, and get notified when things change.
 
You can easily sign up at www.Burbio.com or download the app for iPhone or Android
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East Keansburg Water Rescue

MTFD Performs Water Rescue Near Ideal Beach


On Sunday, June 17th the Middletown Township Fire Department was dispatched to an overturned kayak near Ideal Beach in North Middletown. Upon arrival, the Brevent Park & Leonardo Fire Company Marine Unit 31-2 found two people in the water holding onto the kayak. They were rescued and taken aboard Marine Unit 31-2 and transported to the Port Monmouth Cove Marina. 

Approximately 7 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.

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.
Brush Collection Status

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

Memorial Sloan Kettering Offers Free Head and Neck Cancer Screenings in Middletown on Thursday, 7/26

Paper Shredding Event 2018
Traffic Alert!

Roadwork & Detours


Paving on Navesink River Road 

The County will continue milling and paving Navesink River Road from 7:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. on Monday, June 25th. 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.


Paving on Chapel Hill Road 

The County will continue milling and paving Chapel Hill Road overnight from 7:00 p.m. until 6:00 a.m. next Monday through Thursday, June 25th-28th. There will be intermittent lane closures during these hours. Detours are in place. 

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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