HIGHLANDS - Opponents of the Highlands-Sea Bright bridge replacement were handed a substantial defeat last Monday when Superior Court Judge Lawrence M. Lawson denied an injunction that would have prevented the state Department of Transportation (NJDOT) and its designated construction contractor from demolishing the bridge.
Little Silver - The governing bodies of Rumson, Fair Haven, and Little Silver along with members of the public gathered at Little Silver Borough Hall on July 9th for a presentation on the feasibility of sharing police services and the possible regionalization of the police departments of the three municipalities.
MIDDLETOWN - A cell tower proposed to be located on the property of Middletown High School South has created a group of Middletown residents that now has fifty to sixty members actively opposing the construction of the cell tower on school property according to the group's spokesperson Laura Ferrara.
FAIR HAVEN - On Monday night Fair Haven Mayor Michael Halfacre was pleased to inform the committee and members of the public that Borough Administrator Mary Howell and Chief Financial Officer Denise Jawidzik along with the respective department heads found a way to decrease the municipal tax rate by one cent per $100 of assessed value.
RED BANK - The former borough middle-school principal who was accused of staging the theft and torching of his car has pleaded guilty to two charges, but still has a chance of having no criminal record from the acts.
Fair Haven - On Monday night, Deputy Fire Chief Shawn Foley and Assistant Deputy Jim Cerruti presented the Borough of Fair Haven with a brand new, custom-made fire truck that will be the first responder on all fire calls in Fair Haven.