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Congratulations to Middletown's
Police Youth Week Graduates! 

Police Youth Week
Police Youth Week
Police Youth Week
Police Youth Week Graduation
Committeeman Tony Perry congratulated our newest Police Week graduates on Friday, July 13th, along with Police Chief Craig Weber, Detective Lieutenant Paul Bailey, and Community Relations Officer Rick Cruz. 

The Middletown Township Police Department held its first Police Youth Week Camp of the summer this week. There were 63 children, between the ages of 8 to 11, who participated in the program which gave them their first exposure to law enforcement at the recruit phase.

The Police Youth Week program, run by Lieutenant Charles Terefenko and Sergeant Kevin Gardiner, is a combination of classroom style learning and physical training. Participants learned firsthand about a wide variety of law enforcement training and techniques including officer safety, crime scene investigations, traffic enforcement and the K-9 unit. The program also emphasized the importance of citizenship and community policing. 

The week concluded with a graduation ceremony on Friday, July 13th at the Brookdale Student Life Center. Committeeman Tony Perry handed out certificates along with Police Chief Craig Weber, Detective Lieutenant Paul Bailey, and Community Relations Officer Rick Cruz.

EMS Promotes New Cadets 

EMS Cadets Promotion Ceremony
Acting Mayor Kevin Settembrino and Committeeman Rick Hibell joined Middletown's Emergency Medical Services Department at its Cadets Promotion Ceremony held at Fairview First Aid Squad on Sunday, July 8th. Plaques and certificates were presented to the outgoing and incoming officers in appreciation for their dedication. 

The EMS cadets are young men and women, ages 14 to 18, who learn basic life-support skills by working side by side with current EMT volunteers. At age 16, they can ride the ambulances in Middletown and further their skills and experience to become first aid members. High school students interested in joining can call the EMS office at 732-615-2252 for more information. Thank you to all of the cadets for continuing the long standing tradition of volunteerism in Middletown! 

Pictured from left: Committeeman Rick Hibell, Acting Mayor Kevin Settembrino, Cadet Lead Advisor Rich Yarczower, Cadet Emily Cahill, Christina Dunham, EMS Chief Kim Kraynock, Cadets Liam Musa, Erik Pedersen, Olivia Enny, and EMS Deputy Chief Bob Pfleger. (Photo courtesy of Bob Pfleger)
Lincroft Blood Drive

Attention Middletown Businesses: Become Energy Efficient at Minimal Cost

Township Requests Residents Follow "Carry In, Carry Out" Policy at Parks & Beaches 

Carry In, Carry Out

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.

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

Pay Off Your Library Fines with
Food Bank Donations Until August 17th!

Food for Fines
Traffic Alert!

Roadwork & Detours

Detour in the Area of Kings Hwy East and Chapel Hill Rd. on Monday 7/16

Kiely Construction is continuing work in the area of Kings Highway East and Chapel Hill Road. Detours are in place. Construction is scheduled to be completed on Monday, 7/16. Please plan an alternate route and contact the MTPD's Traffic Division at 732-615-2045 with any questions or concerns.

Detour at Highway 36 and Church Street

Highway 36 and Church Street will have intermittent closures and detours set up Tuesday, 7/17 through Friday, 7/20 while Kiely Construction is working.

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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