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Developers whose plan was rejected by the borough filed an intervention brief in Morris County Superior Court.CHATHAM, NJ — A hearing date has been set to discuss the Affordable Housing Compliance/Redeveloper Intervention request after SV Chatham PO LLC filed a brief in Morris County Superior Court requesting an intervention.Superior Court Judge Michael C. Gaus has scheduled a "Motion Hearing In-Person" for 1:30 p.m. on Aug. 25 at the Sussex County Courthouse.In a brief filed in Morristown in mid-June, ...
CHATHAM, NJ — A hearing date has been set to discuss the Affordable Housing Compliance/Redeveloper Intervention request after SV Chatham PO LLC filed a brief in Morris County Superior Court requesting an intervention.
Superior Court Judge Michael C. Gaus has scheduled a "Motion Hearing In-Person" for 1:30 p.m. on Aug. 25 at the Sussex County Courthouse.
In a brief filed in Morristown in mid-June, SV Chatham PO attorneys requested court intervention in the matter, after not being selected for the redevelopment project. According to the brief, "SV Chatham PO JV LLC, is the owner of property in Chatham that is part of the Post Office Plaza Redevelopment Area. SV has been the designated redeveloper of the Post Office Plaza Redevelopment Area since 2019."
SV Chatham, whose plan was originally rejected by the Borough of Chatham Council when it voted 4-3 to go with an all-affordable housing 15-unit project for Post Office Plaza, filed an intervention brief in Morris County Superior Court in June.
The hearing, which was first scheduled for June 24, has been rescheduled for Aug. 9 after two adjournments.
"The Borough has routinely cited this Post Office Plaza Redevelopment Plan and the designation of SV as redeveloper as a defense to other challenges to the Borough’s compliance with its affordable housing obligation. However, while it was using the Post Office Plaza Redevelopment Plan and SV redeveloper designation as a shield, the Borough has been behind the scenes attempting to severely limit the amount of residential density and affordable housing produced as part of any redevelopment," said the brief.
Many residents have spoken out during the project's various special meetings, criticizing the borough's lack of transparency throughout the redevelopment project, which has been a source of contention for many.
"There will be an appropriate time and place to potentially have further discussions and disclosures and that decision is best made in consultation with our expert affordable housing attorney and our redevelopment attorney," said Steven Kleinman the Chatham Borough attorney.
According to the council, the future development will be a 15-unit, single-building affordable housing complex on borough-owned land at the southeast corner of Post Office Plaza along Bowers Lane.
CHATHAM, NJ --Chatham High students Ishir Rao and Aditya Sinha organized and ran the CS Base Summer Camp - a free computer science camp for students from elementary through high school - at the Library of the Chathams last month.Founded by CHS sophomore Rao and co-led by senior Sinha, the CS Base Summer Camp offered six unique courses that accommodated all ages.The completely student-run organization offered an early, comprehensive, and easily accessible introduction to computer science educati...
CHATHAM, NJ --Chatham High students Ishir Rao and Aditya Sinha organized and ran the CS Base Summer Camp - a free computer science camp for students from elementary through high school - at the Library of the Chathams last month.
Founded by CHS sophomore Rao and co-led by senior Sinha, the CS Base Summer Camp offered six unique courses that accommodated all ages.
The completely student-run organization offered an early, comprehensive, and easily accessible introduction to computer science education and advanced topics, such as artificial intelligence, which is vital in preparing students for the workforce and enabling them to lead in the rapidly changing technological future.
The annual week-long camp - held Aug. 15-20 this year - had more than 100 attendees who were taught vital computer science skills by teams of dedicated high school volunteers. Class topics covered various CS subjects, such as introductions to programming languages (including Scratch, Python, and Java), Robotics, App Development, and Artificial Intelligence & Data Science.
CS Base invited multiple industry experts from renowned companies and a wide range of professions to introduce students to the many career paths available in the broad field of computer science.
“Having such accomplished professionals speak to the children at our camp gives them something to aspire to and reminds them of all that they can achieve in their careers,” Sinha said.
Financial technology experts Hitesh Aggarwal (Google) and Sanjay Seth (Barclays), game designer Max Garber (Amber Studios), computer science professors Dr. Michelle Zhu (Montclair State University) and John Hajdu (Rutgers University), and pharmaceutical researcher Joseph Tivade (PTC Therapeutics) were among the guest speakers at the camp, providing insight into their respective professions.
“This unique opportunity for our students to have conversations with industry professionals regarding careers many of them wanted to pursue was extremely beneficial in getting them engaged and ready to learn more,” Rao said.
To read more about each speaker and watch complete recordings of each talk, click here.
A number of elected officials from Chatham and New Jersey visited the camp to witness recognized the work accomplished by this group of high school students. Senator Jon Bramnick and Assemblywoman Nancy Muñoz from the New Jersey State Legislature spoke to the students at the camp and encouraged them to continue their computer science journeys.
“This is the future of our country,” Senator Bramnick said. “Everything you are teaching here is the future, and you are doing a terrific job.”
Local officials such as Chatham Township Mayor Ashley Felice, Chatham Township Administrator Ziad Shehady, and Chatham Borough Council President Irene Treloar had the opportunity to interact with the students and recognize the initiatives of these Chatham High School students.
“(The summer camp) opens up a whole new world and career path for these kids that really benefits them for their entire lives,” Mayor Felice said.
CS Base will continue with in-person and virtual events in Chatham and their various International chapters throughout the school year. Through these events and programs, such as the summer camp, they hope to further their mission of training the next generation of computer scientists, one line of code at a time.
To learn more about CS Base and other programs they host, please visit csbase.org or email [email protected] with any questions. If you wish to support this organization, you may donate through its website.
In the ongoing legal battle between developers whose plans were rejected and the Borough of Chatham, a location change has been ordered.CHATHAM, NJ — A location change has been ordered in the ongoing legal battle between developers, whose plans for the Post Office Plaza redevelopment project were rejected, and the Borough of Chatham.In a recent announcement, Superior Court Judge Michael C. Gaus has declared that the hearing will be moved from the Sussex County Courthouse to the Morris County Historic Courthouse. The hea...
CHATHAM, NJ — A location change has been ordered in the ongoing legal battle between developers, whose plans for the Post Office Plaza redevelopment project were rejected, and the Borough of Chatham.
In a recent announcement, Superior Court Judge Michael C. Gaus has declared that the hearing will be moved from the Sussex County Courthouse to the Morris County Historic Courthouse. The hearing has also been reassigned to Judge Stephan C. Hansbury, according to officials.
The in-person hearing will still take place on Aug. 25 at 1:30 p.m., according to Gaus, and will cover the Affordable Housing Compliance/Redeveloper Intervention request that SV Chatham PO LLC filed in Morris County Superior Court.
The brief was filed in Morristown in mid-June after SV Chatham PO attorneys requested court intervention in the matter after being rejected for the redevelopment project.
Since initially being filed, the hearing has been pushed back from its original date of Aug. 9 due to an agreement from all parties, according to court records.
Because the original notice stated that the case would be heard in Sussex, the court will make arrangements to broadcast the hearing from Morris to Sussex at the request of any residents.
During the project's various special meetings over the last few months, many residents have spoken out, criticizing the borough's lack of transparency throughout the redevelopment project, which has been a source of contention for many.
According to the Chatham Borough attorney, further discussions and disclosures regarding the project will be revealed at an appropriate time and will be "made in consultation with our expert affordable housing attorney and our redevelopment attorney."
The future development, according to the council, will be a 15-unit, single-building affordable housing complex on borough-owned land at the southeast corner of Post Office Plaza along Bowers Lane.
According to the brief filed with the county, "SV Chatham PO JV LLC, is the owner of property in Chatham that is part of the Post Office Plaza Redevelopment Area. SV has been the designated redeveloper of the Post Office Plaza Redevelopment Area since 2019."
SV Chatham PO claims that the borough worked behind the scenes to severely limit the amount of residential density and affordable housing produced as part of any redevelopment.
Council candidate Bob Weber stated at a recent council meeting that the legal issues surrounding Post Office Plaza were "spiraling out of control."
This story is terrifying.According to ABC7NY.com, there is a family in Brick who is currently afraid to go in their back yard and even their own pool because they are being shocked by unexplained electrical currents.Wild, right?James and Collen Volk are the Brick homeowners facing the issue and they say the problem started once they installed an above ground pool in their backyard earlier this S...
This story is terrifying.
According to ABC7NY.com, there is a family in Brick who is currently afraid to go in their back yard and even their own pool because they are being shocked by unexplained electrical currents.
James and Collen Volk are the Brick homeowners facing the issue and they say the problem started once they installed an above ground pool in their backyard earlier this Summer.
Since then, the strikes of electrical current have been unpredictable but very strong.
"My wife, my mother-in-law, and my daughter in the pool, and my wife went to go clean out the skimmer basket," said James according to ABC7NY.com. "When she stuck her hand in, she got shocked so bad that she felt it down to her feet, like tingling, numbness."
I couldn't even imagine having to be afraid for my life in my own home like this.
You must be thinking, "Why don't they get it looked at by a professional?"
Oh, they have and many times.
They have brought various electricians and pool professionals out to see what the problem is.
However, even after following the advice of every expert who came to their home, the mysterious electrical shocks have continued.
"It's a scary thing," added James according to ABC7NY.com. "I've got a 2-year-old, she's my first child. I've got my wife here. I've got my mother in law here. We're scared to come out of the house and even walk in our lawn."
Can someone put this family up in a hotel or something?
If they step in the wrong spot at the wrong moment, they could endure a life altering shock depending on the voltage.
Whatever the problem is, it almost seems like it is getting worse because James' mother-in-law recently felt a strong shock while standing in their front yard.
Town officials have been made aware and believe that if the pool has been checked out, the electrical currents must be coming from the ground.
The ground? THE GROUND?! What is under the ground that could be electrifying people like this?
Jersey Central Power & Light are currently looking into the Brick family's problem .
The weekend is here! Now that the kiddos are back to school, there’s even more reason to spend lots of quality time with the family once the weekend rolls around. We’ve rounded up some family-friendly activities for you to enjoy. Check ’em out!Watchung Booksellers (54 Fairfield Street, Watchung Plaza, Montclair) will host Storytime on the Green on Friday at 4:30 PM. This week’s st...
The weekend is here! Now that the kiddos are back to school, there’s even more reason to spend lots of quality time with the family once the weekend rolls around. We’ve rounded up some family-friendly activities for you to enjoy. Check ’em out!
Watchung Booksellers (54 Fairfield Street, Watchung Plaza, Montclair) will host Storytime on the Green on Friday at 4:30 PM. This week’s story is The Coquies Still Sing by Karina Gonazlez. The Coquies Still Sing is a powerful story about home, community, and hope, inspired by the rebuilding of Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria in 2017, written by debut author Karina González and illustrated by Krystal Quiles. A Spanish edition, translated by Amparo Ortiz, is also available! Bring a blanket and enjoy a story and activity on the Watchung Plaza Green. Register online.
The biggest event this weekend is the Montclair Jazz Festival’s Downtown Jamboree – a jam-packed day with inspiring music and activities. Bring the kids and enjoy live music on three stages, spotlighting internationally-acclaimed headliners, regional favorites and emerging talent on three stages. The festivities span nearly half-mile of Bloomfield Avenue from Lackawanna Plaza to South Park, the main artery of Montclair, into an all-pedestrian jazz playground featuring more than 150 artisan food and craft vendors and expanded an all-day Family Jazz Discovery Zone. Map here.
Circus Vazquez will be at the Garden State Plaza (1 Garden State Plaza, Paramus) beginning on Friday and running through September 26. Performances are Friday at 7:30 PM, Saturday at 12:00 PM, 3:00 PM, and 7:00 PM, and Sunday at 12:00 PM, 3:00 PM, and 6:00 PM. Circo Hermanos Vazquez was founded in 1969 in Mexico City. A dream that became a reality with hard work, dedication, and love for the circus. After touring Mexico and Central America for decades, Circus Hermanos Vazquez masks a new beginning by presenting their show now in the USA. Visit the website for ticket information.
Field Station Dinosaurs is open Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM at Overpeck Park (3 Overpeck Park Driveway, Leonia). Now in their 10th season, the world-class family attraction combines cutting-edge science with the creative minds of great artists to create a one-of-a-kind experience that’s thrilling, educational, and fun. The Field Station is a wild scientific expedition where over 30 life-sized, moving, realistic dinosaurs come to life. Walk along wooded trails, check out life-sized dinosaurs and enjoy a full schedule of shows, games, and activities, all of which is included in your Day Pass admission. Tickets start at $17.75. Children under 2 are free.
The Frelinghuysen Arboretum (353 East Hanover Avenue, Morris Twp) continues to host the Family Photo Scavenger Hunt. Held daily from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, bring your camera or phone for this month’s hunt. The theme for September is “Seedy Business.” Sure, everyone thinks that spring is the time for planting seeds, but plants have it all figured out. Many plants drop seeds in the fall— this gives seeds the chance to get used to the cold of winter and gives both birds and mammals opportunity to cache seeds for winter. It’s also the perfect time for people to look for seeds, too. Grab a camera or phone and get the family outdoors! Take a photo of every item to win a prize! The cost is $10 per family or group of 6 or fewer. Preregistration is required.
Great Swamp Outdoor Education Center (247 Southern Blvd, Chatham Township) will host Kids in the Wild: Amazing Plants on Saturday from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM. In this program, kids ages 7-11 get into the woods, learning different outdoor skills, meeting other like-minded kids and building confidence. In this session, they learn the basics of identifying common plants and which ones to avoid. Cost is $10 per child. Pre-registration is required.
Reeves-Reed Arboretum (165 Hobart Avenue, Summit) will host Discovery Weekends on Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM for families with children 3 and up. Explore the Arboretum’s gardens and grounds as autumn brings amazing changes. Borrow a magnifying glass, grab an interactive activity guide, and head out to see what wonders await big and small. There may be a surprise, a clue to follow, a mystery to solve, a chance to create, and always an engaging nature activity. This is a drop-in, self-guided activity. The Arboretum also gives free guided tours on Saturdays at 10:30 AM and 1:30 PM. Tours begin at the Visitors Center. No reservations are required, and tours are on a first come, first served basis.
Fosterfields Living Historical Farm (73 Kahdena Road, Morristown) will host Antique Tractor and Engine Day on Saturday from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Visit Fosterfields to see antique engines, tractors, and other machinery at work on the farm. Watch demonstrations, learn how they run, and see how farming would have been done in the past. Cost is $10 per person. Pre-registration is required.
New Jersey Aviation Hall of Fame (400 Fred Wehran Drive, Teterboro) will host Open Cockpit Day on Saturday from 10:30 AM to 4:00 PM. This is an outdoor event, and no registration is required. Visitors will have the opportunity to sit in the cockpit of a very rare Lockheed Bushmaster plane and a U.S. Coast Guard Rescue Helicopter, as well as a M*A*S*H Bell 47 helicopter made famous during the Korean War. Admission is $15 for adults, $12 for seniors and children under 12. Children 2 and under are free.
Bloomfield Center Alliance (Glenwood Avenue and Washington Street) will host the Bloomfield Center Festival and Block Party on Saturday from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM. Activities include live music, DJ and dancing, face painting, balloon animals, hatchet throwing, and much more.
On Saturday, Oakeside Bloomfield Cultural Center (240 Belleville Avenue, Bloomfield) will host an outdoor Movie at the Mansion. Bloomfield residents are encouraged to come with lawn chairs and blankets. There will be free water and popcorn along with other traditional movie snacks for purchase. Come celebrate the end of summer and the start of the new school year with your friends and neighbors. The move, Encanto, will begin at 7:45.
On Sunday, the Wayne Museum (533 Berdan Avenue, Wayne) will host Family Ag Day from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Enjoy music, yoga and meditation, tours of the Van Ripper-Hopper House, historic games, and more. RSVP online.
Montclair Art Museum (3 South Mountain Avenue, Montclair) will host Sunday Studio with sessions at 1:00 PM, 2:00 PM, and 3:00 PM. Visit the museum each Sunday for a fun family art-making activity inspired by the current exhibitions. Explore materials, learn new techniques, and meet other community members while enjoying creative time with your family. Each week features a different project. This program is aimed at families with children ages 5-12, but all are welcome. This week’s session is Wildcat Collage Cards with Nanci Iovino. Inspired by the exhibition Lori Field: Tiger Tarot, families this week will use collage materials and clip art of their favorite felines to create their own wildcat collage cards. This program is free with museum admission. Advance registration is required.