Middletown Minutes

Middletown Township Committee and Monmouth County Freeholder Director Tom Arnone Host
Small Business Roundtable 

Small Business Roundtable

On Wednesday, May 8th Mayor Tony Perry, the Middletown Township Committee and Freeholder Director Tom Arnone hosted a Small Business Roundtable at the Middletown Arts Center. Thirty local business attended to exchange ideas, discuss improvements, learn more about the Township's partnership with the Eastern Monmouth Area Chamber of Commerce and network with fellow business owners. 

Mayor Tony Perry and Freeholder Director Tom Arnone led the discussion while Deputy Mayor Tony Fiore and Freeholders Gerry Scharfenberger and Sue Kiley spoke on their areas of expertise. Officials from Middletown Township and Monmouth County were also on hand to answer any questions. 

Thank you to all who participated in the roundtable. Small businesses are the backbone of our economy and we are thrilled to have such a thriving business community in Middletown! 

Wahoos Grand Opening

Lincroft Little League is Ready to "Play Ball!"

LLL Parade

Mayor Perry and Committeewoman Snell joined in the fun to help kick off the Lincroft Little League season! Pictured from left: Mayor Tony Perry, Committeewoman Snell and Dean Esposito (President of LLL)

On Saturday, May 4th, Mayor Tony Perry and Committeewoman Pat Snell helped kick off the 2019 baseball season at the Lincroft Little League Opening Day Parade. Mayor Perry wished the teams luck this season and reminded the players to thank their parents and coaches for their support. A big thank you to all who help make Lincroft Little League a 'swinging' success!

Lincroft Little League Parade
Mayor Perry and Committeewoman Snell congratulated several teams on their accomplishments last season, including State Champions the Lincroft All-Stars (pictured above).

A "Weekend in Old Monmouth" at Poricy Park 

Poricy Park Car Show
Weekend in Old Monmouth
Poricy Park Car Show

Hopefully you were able to check out some of the historic sites in Monmouth
County during "Weekend in Old Monmouth," including our own Murray Farmhouse and Barn at Poricy Park. Volunteers dressed in colonial era clothing and gave residents a preview of what life was like during that time period.

The Poricy Park Conservancy also held their annual Antique Car Show with a
ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday, May 4th. Mayor Tony Perry had the
honor of cutting the ribbon and thanked all of the volunteers who are involved in
keeping Middletown's rich history alive.

On Tuesday, May 7th Committeeman and Eagle Scout Kevin Settembrino presented William Lindgren with a certificate thanking him for his 26 years of service as a Cubmaster for Boy Scout Troop Pack 122. We commend him for his decades of  volunteer service to Middletown's youth. 

Boy Scout Cubmaster William Lindgren
Committeeman Settembrino presented William Lindgren with a congratulatory certificate on behalf of the Mayor and Township Committee. 

Mayor Tony Perry was recently interviewed by Jill Horner of Comcast Newsmakers about the Township's 2019 municipal budget and the new Recycling Education Campaign



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Upcoming Events

Join Middletown Municipal Alliance for Reaching Out Event Monday, 5/13


Reaching Out Drug Prevention Event

MTPD Commemorates National Police Week 
May 12th-18th

Middletown Recreation Presents:
Annual Town Wide Garage Sale

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MTFD Hosts Blood Drive on Wednesday, May 15th

MTFD Blood Drive

INTEGRATED MEDICAL ALLIANCE HOSTS BOTTLED WATER DRIVE TO BENEFIT MTFD THROUGH
MONDAY, 5/13

Bottled Water Drive

THE MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP FIRE DEPARTMENT IS SEEKING VOLUNTEERS!

EMS Recruitment
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Route 35 Construction Project 


Construction work on Route 35 began Monday, May 6th northbound from Cooper’s Bridge (Red Bank) to Cherry Tree Farm Road and southbound from Cherry Tree Farm Road to New Monmouth Road.

Road work will be done with temporary lane closures from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM and from 8:00 PM to 6:00 AM. All work is weather-dependent.

The project, which consists of repairs and replacement of concrete vertical curb, installation of public curb ramps, repairs to drainage structures and resurfacing of the roadway, is estimated to be completed by December 2019.
 
Please keep an eye out for possible changes to the schedule.


Chapel Hill Road Detour Through May 15th


Chapel Hill Road will be closed for NJNG natural gas line upgrades from Danemar Drive to Sleepy Hollow Road from 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM Monday through May 15th. Please follow posted detours & expect delays. Work is weather dependent.

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