Middletown Minutes

Thanks for Coming Out to Celebrate All that Makes  
 Middletown Special

Middletown Day
Middletown Day
Middletown Day
Middletown Day

Thousands of people came out to the Great Lawn at Croydon Hall on Saturday, September 22nd to celebrate Middletown at our annual fall festival. 

This year, the Township recognized the MYAA, Lincroft Little League, and Sandy Hook Little League teams for their accomplishments during this year’s baseball season with a parade on Leonardville Road leading into Croydon Hall. After a message from Mayor Settembrino congratulating our champs, everyone enjoyed the beautiful weather and a day filled with festivities that included a business and community showcase, craft fair, live local music, children's activities, first responder demonstrations, a petting zoo, hayrides, flea market, and food court. New this year was Crunchy the T-Rex who had the kids roaring and the "First Annual Dinger Derby" hosted by MYAA. Children ages 7-15 were given a chance to see if they could hit "dingers" like Big Al (see our winners below!) — and adults joined in on the fun too!

Members of the Middletown Township Committee had the opportunity to chat with many residents as well as thank the businesses and community organizations that sponsor Middletown Day. We cannot thank them enough for their patronage! 

Click HERE to view the Middletown Day 2018 photo album! 

Dinger Derby Winners

Congratulations to Our "Dinger Derby" Winners!


Congratulations to Middletown Day 2018's "First Annual Dinger Derby" winners! We had an amazing turn out and A LOT of fun! Thanks to MYAA for hosting and making this event a great success. Winners can claim their prize at the Recreation Office at Poricy Park (345 Oak Hill Road). 

Ages 7-9
1st Place Medal: Robert Brandenburg
2nd Place Medal: Ryder Kane
3rd Place Medal: Melvin Williams III
4th Place Prize: John Talmage

Ages 10-12
1st Place Medal: Madilynn Boyce
2nd Place Medal: Ashley Rizzo
3rd Place Medal: Sally Costanza

Ages 13-15
1st Place Medal: Matt Adamson
2nd Place Medal: Mike Puskas
3rd Place Medal: Matt Kenny

Westminster Presbyterian Church is Collecting Critical Supplies for Hurricane Florence Victims Through
Monday, 10/8

Hurricane Florence Relief Effort
Members of the Township Committee visited Westminster Presbyterian Church (94 Tindall Road) to support their #Care4Carolinas campaign to collect much-needed items for Hurricane Florence victims in Wilmington, North Carolina. The church is looking for the following items: Mold killing disinfectant, mops, brooms, shovels, dust masks, large trash bags, and work gloves. Baby needs like diapers, wipes, bottles and formula are also high on the list. Donations can be dropped off from 7:00 AM until 7:00 PM through Monday, October 8th at the Trailer Drop Zone on the WPC Great Lawn. For additional information and regular updates, visit the church’s web site at www.wpcmiddletown.org or their Facebook page: www.facebook.com/WPCMiddletownNJ.

Pictured from left: Committeeman Tony Perry, Committeewoman Pat Snell, Reverend Joseph Hein, Mayor Kevin Settembrino, and Deputy Mayor Tony Fiore. 

Microgrid Feasibility Study Results Presented at Public Information Session on Thursday, September 28th 

Small Business Spotlight
Pharmicist-in-Charge Brian Harris proudly displays Middletown Family Pharmacy's "Made in Middletown" Small Business Appreciation certificate.

Small Business Corner: Thank You for Being "Made in Middletown"
Middletown Family Pharmacy!


On Friday, September 28th, Committeeman Tony Perry and Committeewoman Pat Snell stopped by to congratulate Middletown Family Pharmacy (877 Main Street in Belford) on their success as a small business in our town. The family-run business conveniently provides access to prescription medications, vitamins, and flu clinics that help keep our residents healthy. They also thanked them for their engagement with the community through sponsorships, scholarships, and wellness programs. 


The Middletown Township Committee initiated the "Made in Middletown" campaign in May 2018 to help spotlight some of the local small businesses that are so vital to our town's economy. 

Fire Department Rescue
Photo by Mike Allegretta of MTFD Station 6 and Colleen Kelly of Leonardo First Aid

MTFD Removes Two
Children Stuck in Tree


On Sunday, September 23rd, the Middletown Township Fire Department was dispatched to remove two children stuck in a tree at The Village School in the Old Village section of the Township. Upon arrival, Middletown Township Police Officer Thomas Hughes climbed up into the tree to help keep the children calm as firefighters worked to safely remove them.  

Port Monmouth, Belford Independent and the Old Village Fire Companies responded to the call and the Leonardo First Aid were present to provide emergency medical services. All units operated safely under the supervision of Second Assistant Chief John Friedmann. 


Thank you to our first responders for your heroism! 

Food and Cleaning Supplies Drive

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Head to Ice World for "Middletown Night"
On Saturday, 9/29!


Middletown Night

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 is sending out approximately 25,000 of these letters.

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. 

Recycling Tip of the Week: Week 5

Check Out a Free Musuem Pass at the
Middletown Township Public Library!

Museum Pass
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