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Denville’s Den Brook Trail Completed With Morris County Trail Funds

One-Mile Rustic Recreational Trail Created in the Heart of Suburban Morris CountyThe Den Brook Trail in Denville has officially opened, offering visitors a one-mile rustic path that runs from Openaki Road in the state-recognized Ninkey Forge Historic District to a small neighborhood park owned by the township on Mount. Pleasant Turnpike.The official opening was marked by a ceremonial ribbon-cutting at the local park, which included Mayor Thomas Andes, Councilmembers Glenn Bui...

One-Mile Rustic Recreational Trail Created in the Heart of Suburban Morris County

The Den Brook Trail in Denville has officially opened, offering visitors a one-mile rustic path that runs from Openaki Road in the state-recognized Ninkey Forge Historic District to a small neighborhood park owned by the township on Mount. Pleasant Turnpike.

The official opening was marked by a ceremonial ribbon-cutting at the local park, which included Mayor Thomas Andes, Councilmembers Glenn Buie and Gary Boroweic, and several other township and Morris County officials. Construction of the trail, largely funded by the Morris County Trail Construction Grant Program, began in late 2020.

“The Township of Denville has acquired over 1,300 acres of Open Space over the last 25 years and has always hoped to develop a trail system. Several years ago, the Path and Trail Committee working with our Open Space, Recreation and various other groups developed a Trails Master Plan,” said Mayor Andes.

One project in the master plan was the Den Brook project, which cost a total of $372,956. The Morris County trail program provided total of $315,876 to the township through two grants that allowed the trail to be built in two phases.

“Denville is very thankful to receive funding from Morris County in two consecutive years to complete the trail from Openaki to the Den Brook Playground on Mount Pleasant Turnpike. This picturesque, one mile gravel path along the Den Brook is a delightful stroll, with a perfect ending at a small playground for young children,” Mayor Andes added.

Joining the ribbon-cutting were Denville Open Space/Trails Coordinator Jane Garvey, township trail Committee Members Sue Schmitt and Darlene Golinski, and Township Administrator Steven Ward. Also there were Morris County Parks Planning and Development Coordinator Denise Chaplick and former Denville Councilwoman Stephanie Lyden, a founding member of the township trails committee.

Morris County Commissioner Deborah Smith, a Denville resident and former Denville council president, took a stroll on the completed trail a few hours before the official ribbon cutting.

“This really is a beautiful trail, and I think people will be surprised at how peaceful it is here walking along the brook. This is exactly the type of accessible, neighborhood trail our Morris County Trail Construction Grant Program was designed to create, and we have found over the years that many different trails are connecting from town to town. This trail is very close to other open space areas,” said Commissioner Smith.

The Openaki Trailhead of the Den Brook Trail is a short distance from the entrance to the Randolph Trail System entrance at the James Andrews Memorial County

Park.

The Den Brook Trail is generally flat with a few easy rolling features. There are foot bridges located along the path where the ground becomes naturally saturated, and there are three spur trails that lead into adjacent residential neighborhoods.

Signs also have been placed along the path so visitors can learn about wetlands and the local flora and fauna. Furthermore, the trail passes by a picturesque, abandoned historic mill located in the middle of Den Brook.

The Morris County Board of County Commissioners has issued more than $4 million to build and enhance more than 23 miles of a growing network of local trails since 2016, after voters overwhelming approved dedicating a portion of the Morris County Preservation Trust Fund annually toward recreational trail development. Morris County made nearly $1.8 million in grants available in 2022 for recreational trails, and applications submitted by the July deadline are currently under review.

Trails became a source of refuge during the pandemic, with national trail and hiking organizations estimated usage grew by 200 percent nationwide since pre-pandemic years. The Morris County Park Commission, which has a separate county network of more than 253 miles of trails, reports three to four times as many visitors are making use of the park system’s pathways.

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Top Right: Den Brook Trailhead at Openaki Road in Denville.

Center Left: Ribbon cutting held Tuesday evening, Sept. 20, 2022 with (l-r) Councilman Buie, Councilman Boroweic, Denville Open Space/Trails Coordinator Jane Garvey, trails Committee Member Sue Schmitt, Mayor Andes, Township Administrator Steven Ward, Morris County Park Planning and Development Coordinator Denise Chaplick, former Denville Councilwoman Stephanie Lyden and township trails Committee Member Darlene Golinski.

Bottom Right: Morris County Commissioner Deborah Smith took a stroll on the newly developed Den Brook Trail prior to the ribbon cutting.

Denville Restaurant Wants Outdoor Dining Area Approval

DENVILLE, NJ – A Denville restaurant wants the township’s permission to create an outdoor dining area.The Denville Zoning Board is scheduled to hear the application by Sogo Restaurant at its Sept. 21 meeting. Sogo Hibachi Restaurant, owned by Yuda, LLC, needs site plan, use and bulk variances from the Denville zoning ordinance.The establishment is at 248 Route 46 West.It is seeking approval in order to permit outdoor dining at an area that would have a pergola structure “to remain over the outdoor seati...

DENVILLE, NJ – A Denville restaurant wants the township’s permission to create an outdoor dining area.

The Denville Zoning Board is scheduled to hear the application by Sogo Restaurant at its Sept. 21 meeting. Sogo Hibachi Restaurant, owned by Yuda, LLC, needs site plan, use and bulk variances from the Denville zoning ordinance.

The establishment is at 248 Route 46 West.

It is seeking approval in order to permit outdoor dining at an area that would have a pergola structure “to remain over the outdoor seating area,” according to the zoning board meeting agenda.

The company is also asking for approval to install trash enclosures and related site improvements, according to the agenda. It needs the bulk variances in relation to the number of parking spaces at the site and set-backs from its rear yard neighbors.

Also on the agenda is a proposal by Prince of Peace Lutheran Church to subdivide its property at 20 Knoll Drive so it can “produce a single-family lot while maintaining the house of worship on a smaller portion of land,” according to the meeting agenda.

The church needs variances and waivers related to lot width, setbacks, steep slopes and conditional use in the zone.

The zoning board meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m.

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Denville’s Den Brook Trail Completed With County Trail Funds

DENVILLE, NJ - The Den Brook Trail in Denville has officially opened, offering visitors a one-mile rustic path that runs from Openaki Road in the state-recognized Ninkey Forge Historic District to a small neighborhood park owned by the township on Mount Pleasant Turnpike.The official opening was marked by a ceremonial ribbon-cutting at the local park, which included Mayor Thomas Andes, Councilmembers Glenn Buie and Gary Boroweic, and several other township and Morris County officials. Construction of the trail, largely funded by the M...

DENVILLE, NJ - The Den Brook Trail in Denville has officially opened, offering visitors a one-mile rustic path that runs from Openaki Road in the state-recognized Ninkey Forge Historic District to a small neighborhood park owned by the township on Mount Pleasant Turnpike.

The official opening was marked by a ceremonial ribbon-cutting at the local park, which included Mayor Thomas Andes, Councilmembers Glenn Buie and Gary Boroweic, and several other township and Morris County officials. Construction of the trail, largely funded by the Morris County Trail Construction Grant Program, began in late 2020.

“The Township of Denville has acquired over 1,300 acres of Open Space over the last 25 years and has always hoped to develop a trail system," said Andes. "Several years ago, the Path and Trail Committee working with our Open Space, Recreation and various other groups developed a Trails Master Plan.”

One project in the master plan was the Den Brook project, which cost a total of $372,956. The Morris County trail program provided total of $315,876 to the township through two grants that allowed the trail to be built in two phases.

“Denville is very thankful to receive funding from Morris County in two consecutive years to complete the trail from Openaki to the Den Brook Playground on Mount Pleasant Turnpike," said the mayor. "This picturesque, one mile gravel path along the Den Brook is a delightful stroll, with a perfect ending at a small playground for young children.”

Joining the ribbon-cutting were Denville Open Space/Trails Coordinator Jane Garvey, township Trail Committee Members Sue Schmitt and Darlene Price, and Township Administrator Steven Ward. Also there were Morris County Parks Planning and Development Coordinator Denise Chaplick and former Denville Councilwoman Stephanie Lyden, a founding member of the township trails committee.

Morris County Commissioner Deborah Smith, a Denville resident and former Denville council president, took a stroll on the completed trail a few hours before the official ribbon cutting.

“This really is a beautiful trail, and I think people will be surprised at how peaceful it is here walking along the brook," she said. "This is exactly the type of accessible, neighborhood trail our Morris County Trail Construction Grant Program was designed to create, and we have found over the years that many different trails are connecting from town to town. This trail is very close to other open space areas.”

The Openaki Trailhead of the Den Brook Trail is a short distance from the entrance to the Randolph Trail System entrance at the James Andrews Memorial County Park.

The Den Brook Trail is generally flat with a few easy rolling features. There are foot bridges located along the path where the ground becomes naturally saturated, and there are three spur trails that lead into adjacent residential neighborhoods.

Signs also have been placed along the path, so visitors can learn about wetlands and the local flora and fauna. Furthermore, the trail passes by a picturesque, abandoned historic mill located in the middle of Den Brook.

The Morris County Board of County Commissioners has issued more than $4 million to build and enhance more than 23 miles of a growing network of local trails since 2016, after voters overwhelming approved dedicating a portion of the Morris County Preservation Trust Fund annually toward recreational trail development. Morris County made nearly $1.8 million in grants available in 2022 for recreational trails, and applications submitted by the July deadline are currently under review.

Trails became a source of refuge during the pandemic, with national trail and hiking organizations estimated usage grew by 200 percent nationwide since pre-pandemic years. The Morris County Park Commission, which has a separate county network of more than 253 miles of trails, reports three to four times as many visitors are making use of the park system’s pathways.

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Denville School Board Candidates to Debate

DENVILLE, NJ – A debate featuring the five candidates seeking election in November to two seats on the Denville Board of Education will take place Oct. 6 and residents can submit questions ahead of time.The debate will take place at 7 p.m. at Riverview Elementary School, 33 St. Mary’s Place, in Denville.Seeking re-election will be Denville School Board Member Don Casse, whose term expires in December. Board member Laura Wagner, whose term is also expiring, is not seeking another term.In addition to Casse, Ind...

DENVILLE, NJ – A debate featuring the five candidates seeking election in November to two seats on the Denville Board of Education will take place Oct. 6 and residents can submit questions ahead of time.

The debate will take place at 7 p.m. at Riverview Elementary School, 33 St. Mary’s Place, in Denville.

Seeking re-election will be Denville School Board Member Don Casse, whose term expires in December. Board member Laura Wagner, whose term is also expiring, is not seeking another term.

In addition to Casse, Inderjot “Andie” Birring, David H.F. Luer, Susan Richter and Andrea Zeydelis are hoping to be elected.

Constituents can submit questions for the candidates by clicking here.

The debate will be streamed live on the Mountain Lakes League of Women Voters YouTube page.

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Navy Women’s Rugby Heads to Denville

DENVILLE, NJ - Navy women's rugby travels to Denville for a neutral site contest versus American International College Saturday at 11 a.m. The match will be held at Pocono Road Field."We are excited at the opportunity to get on the road and compete against American International College this weekend, who won the NIRA Division II championship last year," said head coach Murph McCarthy. "We are meeting them in Denville to save some t...

DENVILLE, NJ - Navy women's rugby travels to Denville for a neutral site contest versus American International College Saturday at 11 a.m. The match will be held at Pocono Road Field.

"We are excited at the opportunity to get on the road and compete against American International College this weekend, who won the NIRA Division II championship last year," said head coach Murph McCarthy. "We are meeting them in Denville to save some time for both teams with travel and appreciate the support of the Morris Rugby Club and the Township of Denville."

Recap of First Varsity Win Navy rugby had another monumental moment back on Sept. 10 with the women's team defeating Lander 44-0 for its first win as a varsity program. Chelsey Washington scored the first try in varsity history in just the second minute and continued to be a huge factor in the first half. Washington made a great pass to set up Nilah Williamson for a try in the sixth minute and then scored her second try of the match in the 19th minute. Williamson also set up Marissa Meyer for a score in the 27th minute. Ana Olszewski scored a try in the 39th minute to push Navy's lead to 25 at the half.

After being held scoreless for nearly 20 minutes in the second half, captain Eliza Herring scored her first try of the season in the 59th minute. Tries from Joy Ochieng and Nicole Deprey would cap off the scoring for Navy in its season opener.

Washington Does it all for Navy Chelsey Washington was the top scorer in Saturday's matchup, scoring two tries to finish the match with ten points. What wasn't recorded on the stat sheet was Washington's two key decisions when making a pass, which led to another two tries from Williamson and Meyer in the first half to help Navy establish a four-score lead.

Herring's Toughness Proves Vital Team captain Eliza Herring had to deal with an unexpected challenge in the season opener, suffering a bloody nose in the 17th minute. Herring was right back into the action eight minutes later and continued to be a force offensively and defensively for the Mids. Herring took on as many as three Lander defenders when trying to advance the ball at times on offense, while also being the centerpiece of Navy's defense. Her efforts were rewarded in the 59th minute when she scooped up a mishandled pass and scored her first try of the season.

Scouting American International College The Yellow Jackets come into the matchup 1-0 after defeating New Haven 86-0 in their season opener back on September 1. AIC shocked the rugby world last season after winning the NIRA Division II National Championship. After losing to West Chester and Queens in the regular season by a combined score of 70-17, the Yellow Jackets defeated Queens 22-20 in the semifinals and West Chester 29-17 in the championship match to claim the school's first-ever national championship for a women's program.

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