Middletown Minutes

Monmouth County Celebrates the Reopening of the Sandy Hook Lighthouse and Fort Hancock Post Museum

Sandy Hook Lighthouse
Committeeman Tony Perry, Park Ranger Pete McCarthy, Freeholder Lillian Burry and Mayor Kevin Settembrino in front of the Sandy Hook Lighthouse. 

On Sunday, September 30th, Gateway National Recreation Area held its Grand
Re-Opening of the Sandy Hook Lighthouse and Fort Hancock Post Museum. The Sandy Hook Lighthouse, which has been a landmark of our area for over 250 years, was closed for renovation, and the Fort Hancock Post Museum had been closed since 2010 after sustaining damage in Superstorm Sandy. These newly-renovated buildings will be a wonderful opportunity for our community to continue to explore the rich history of both Middletown Township and Monmouth County. 


Columbus Day

The Township of Middletown, the MTEA & The New Jersey Titans hosted "Middletown Night" on Saturday, September 29th at Middletown Sports Complex-Ice World
(214 Harmony Road).

The event celebrated the MYAA Little League All Stars' success this season and winning the State Championship. Middletown residents packed the house as Mayor Kevin Settembrino dropped the puck to kick off the team's home opener.  

Middletown Night
Mayor Kevin Settembrino dropped the puck at Ice World's "Middletown Night".
Veterans Day Parade

Navesink Hook and Ladder Co. #1 Hosts Wetdown for New Pumper Hose Truck

Navesink Wetdown
Township Committee members Tony Perry, Pat Snell, and Rick Hibell joined Fire Chief Ryan Clarke, First Assistant Chief Russell Mount, and members of the Navesink Hook and Ladder Co. #1 to christen the newest vehicle in the MTFD's fleet. (Photo credit: Laurie Kegley)

Navesink Hook and Ladder Co. #1 hosted a Wetdown on Sunday, September 30th to welcome the 31-1-76 pumper truck to their firehouse. Former Fire Chief and Committeeman Rick Hibell had the honor of christening the new truck with a champagne toast. It’s imperative that our all-volunteer fire department have world-class equipment to ensure the safety of our community. 

The Middletown Township Fire Department Kicked Off
Fire Prevention Month at Lincroft Elementary School 

Fire Prevention Month
Fire Prevention Month
Fire Prevention Month

On Wednesday, October 3rd, the MTFD kicked of Fire Prevention Month at Lincroft Elementary School. Throughout the month of October, volunteer firefighters will visit 14 elementary schools across town and teach children about the basics of fire safety. By using the Mobile Fire Safety House, the MTFD is able to simulate a smoke situation and give kids a chance to practice how to respond to a smoke alarm safely. They are also given a close up look at a firetruck and its equipment. This is a fun way for children to get to know our volunteers and learn the importance of fire safety. 

Locks of Love Event

On Sunday, September 30th, Committeemen Tony Perry and Rick Hibell joined New York Giants legend Tiki Barber at ShopRite of Middletown for the Locks of Love hair donation event. Thank you to all who helped and donated towards this wonderful cause!

RAGE Victory Party
RAGE Sunday WONday Victory Party!

On Sunday, September 30th, members of the Middletown and Holmdel Township Committees, Hazlet Deputy Mayor Sue Kiley, and Freeholder Gerry Scharfenberger joined members of Residents Against Giant Electric (R.A.G.E.) at Red Rock Tap + Grill to celebrate the NJ BPU's decision to deny JCP&L's Monmouth County Reliability Project. 

ATTN Former M&S Waste Customers:

The Township has been notified that M&S has not collected all of their garbage carts across town. The NJ Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and the Township have been in discussions to determine the best course of action to assist residents in this situation.
 
The first step in the process is to ascertain how many residents still have uncollected carts. If you currently have an M&S cart on your property that needs to be collected, please complete this form so we can work with the NJ DEP and the contractor to have these carts picked up.
 
Please submit the form no later than October 12th so the database can be sent to the DEP for action. Once your name is entered into the database you will notified when your cart will be collected along with any other further instructions.

CLICK HERE TO FILL OUT THE FORM. 

Please Support WPC's Hurricane Relief Effort! 


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

Hurricane Florence

Upcoming Events


Middletown Township Reminds Drivers to
Follow School Bus Traffic Laws! 

School Bus Safety
Food and Cleaning Supplies Drive

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. 

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