Friday, May 24, 2013
Millburn Township has scheduled a public forum for Wednesday as a result of residents' continued protest of the use of explosives in proposed construction plans in Short Hills.
The controversial use of explosives in a residential area of Short Hills has generated a public forum in Town Hall next week, according to the Millburn Township officials. The forum, scheduled for Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in Town Hall, is a result of the last Township Council meeting, where Short Hills residents continued to protest the proposed construction plan. On Wednesday, the Mayor Sandra Haimoff said she and the Township Committee agree with residents' concerns and were actively trying to see if they can stop the construction plans proposed. State Sen. Dick Codey and Assemblyman John McKeon have also given their support for the residents' and township's concerns and plan to introduce a bill to change the current construction laws. …
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
Sandra Haimoff set to take the oath of office.
Kicking off the new year, Millburn's Township Committee is set to hold its annual reorganization meeting Wednesday night at 8 in Town Hall. Sandra Haimoff will take the oath of office for another three-year term. The committee is scheduled to vote for mayor and deputy mayor. A series of appointments—including those by the mayor, the mayor with the consent of the full committee and those by the committee—will also be announced. Check out the attached agenda for consent agenda.
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Check out the agenda here.
The Township committee will meet at tonight at 8 on the second floor of Town Hall. Paul Ryan Comes to Short Hills: The nominee of the Republican party for vice president visits a Short Hills resident's house. State Says: Short Hills Man Stole Dentist's Identity: Authorities said a dentist who was banned from practicing stole the identity of a deceased dentist and continued to treat patients before he was arrested this week. Sunday Short Hills Fire Ruled Accidental: Cost of damages still unknown. Car Crashes into Morris Ave. Home: Two members of family sent to hospital following accident.