Middletown Minutes

Middletown Honors 9/11 Victims with Silent Wreath Laying and Candlelit Tribute 

On Tuesday, September 11th, Middletown Township held a silent wreath laying and candlelit tribute through the WTC Memorial Gardens located at the Middletown Arts Center to honor the 37 residents we lost in the World Trade Center attack 17 years ago.

Close to 500 members of the community, including 9/11 victims’ family members, neighbors, Township Committee members, elected officials, local dignitaries, representatives from Middletown’s Police and Fire Departments, Office of Emergency Management and Emergency Medical Services, as well as contingents from American Legion Posts 338 and 515 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2179, bowed their heads in a moment of silence at sunset. Mayor Kevin M Settembrino and the Middletown Township Committee then led the wreath laying ceremony and candlelit walk through the Memorial Gardens. The silence was broken by 37 bell tolls rung by Doug Corbet, who served as Middletown Township’s Fire Chief in 2001, along with current Fire Chief Ryan Clarke. The bell, which was donated by the Port Monmouth Fire Company, was rung in memory of each Middletown resident who perished on September 11, 2001. Read more. 


Click HERE to view the album or click HERE to watch a video of the wreath laying ceremony. 
9/11 Memorial
The MTFD Independent Fire Company Ladder 790 and 71190 proudly raised the U.S. flag at the memorial service. 
9/11 Memorial
Candles burned brightly for those we lost in our community. 
 

Click HERE to watch the latest "Minute with the Mayor" video segment featuring
Mayor Settembrino and the MYAA Little League All Stars! 


Monmouth County Free Energy

Monmouth County for Green Energy 


Mayor Settembrino participated in the Monmouth County for Clean Energy event held on Saturday,September 8th in Red Bank. The purpose of the event was to encourage a 100 percent clean energy economy and provide steps individuals can take to enhance the international push to make clean energy a reality.  

Middletown Day

1-2-3 Mangia Food Pantry Honored at St. Augustine's Church on Sunday, September 9th

Mangia
Mayor Kevin Settembrino and Committeeman Tony Perry attended the ceremony to honor those who run the 1-2-3 Mangia Food Pantry.

Pictured from left: Committeeman Tony Perry, Archbishop DiSunno, Father Luigi, and Mayor Kevin Settembrino.

On September 9th, the Ecumenical Missionaries honored the 1-2-3 Mangia Food Pantry, located at St. Augustine's Church (302 Church Street in Belford). Father Luigi and Archbishop DiSunno, along with Mayor Settembrino and Committeeman Perry, came together to celebrate the one year anniversary of the organization and those who volunteer at the pantry. 


The food pantry serves our community by supplying fresh produce, meat, chicken, cereal, and much more to those in need on a weekly basis. They also provide stuffed backpacks, stuffed pocketbooks, a turkey dinner, Christmas presents and Easter baskets. They deliver groceries to low income seniors, veterans and people with no transportation. 


We thank them for their continued work in taking care of those in need in our community.

Microgrid Public Information Session
NJ Task Force 1

Important Voter Information from the Township Clerk's Office 


IMPORTANT IF YOU VOTED BY MAIL IN 2016
 
The Monmouth County Clerk’s Office will begin the process of notifying all vote by mail voters from the 2016 presidential election, who have not requested a ballot for the 2018 election, that they will be receiving a ballot unless they opt out in writing
 
The County Clerk’s Office expects to send out approximately 25,000 of these letters next week. 

If voters would like to call with questions, please contact the Elections Office at
(732)431-7790.
 
VOTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE:
 
Tuesday, October 16 Voter Registration Deadline for General Election (21 days before election) N.J.S.A. 19:31-6 Mandated Evening Voter Registration Available for General Election in Offices of County Commissioner of Registration 300 Halls Mills Rd. Freehold, NJ 07728 (732)431-7780 or visit www.monmouthcountyvotes.com


Click HERE to visit the Township Clerk's page for polling locations and registration questions. 

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Middletown Day 2018 Sponsors
We want to take a moment to thank our Gold Plus, Gold, Silver and Bronze sponsors for supporting Middletown Day 2018. Middletown Day will be held rain or shine on Saturday, September 22nd from 11:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. at Croydon Hall (900 Leonardville Road, Leonardo). 

*GOLD PLUS*
T&M 


*GOLD*
Archer & Greiner, P.C.
O'Toole, Scrivo, Fernandez, Weiner, Van Lieu, LLC


*SILVER*
Century 21 Thomson & Company
Columbia Bank

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Middletown Township Public Library
Middletown Township Education Association 

Orange Theory Fitness Studio
Provident Bank


*BRONZE*
CME Associates
Foley Prep
Maser Consulting P.A.
Middletown Family Pharmacy
MRC - GameTime
Saker ShopRites
Sodon's Electric 
The Community YMCA

Roadwork and Detours


Road Paving Notice: Red Hill Road Closure Postponed Until Wednesday, September 19th


Red Hill Road paving has been rescheduled due to inclement weather. It will now be closed for paving between Deepdale Drive and Church Lane on Wednesday, September 19th, 2018 from approximately 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., weather permitting.

This project is being performed by the Monmouth County Highway Department under the County's shared services agreement with Middletown Township. Traffic will be detoured through Holland Road, Middletown-Lincroft Road, and Dwight Road accordingly. Bamm Hollow Road will be closed except for local traffic.

Tatum Park and Deep Cut Gardens will be open. 

If you have any questions, please contact the Middletown Township Police Department at 732-615-2100. 
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