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William "Bill" Douglas, a beloved member of the Dover community, passed away on June 29, 2023, at the age of 74 in Dover, New Jersey. He was born on April 22, 1949, leaving behind a legacy of love and kindness that will be deeply cherished by all who had the honor of knowing him.Bill dedicated his life to education, spending 34 years as an esteemed elementary school teacher in Dover, New Jersey. Known for his passion for teaching and his unwavering commitment to his students, Bill instilled the values of knowledge, curiosity...
William "Bill" Douglas, a beloved member of the Dover community, passed away on June 29, 2023, at the age of 74 in Dover, New Jersey. He was born on April 22, 1949, leaving behind a legacy of love and kindness that will be deeply cherished by all who had the honor of knowing him.
Bill dedicated his life to education, spending 34 years as an esteemed elementary school teacher in Dover, New Jersey. Known for his passion for teaching and his unwavering commitment to his students, Bill instilled the values of knowledge, curiosity, and laughter in the hearts of countless young minds. His impact was everlasting, as former students carried his lessons with them into adulthood, forever grateful for his guidance and influence.
Beyond his teaching career, Bill was a devoted patriot and a true friend to his veteran friends that fought in World War II. He cherished their camaraderie, gathering them each week for breakfast and regaling in the memories and stories they shared. His kindness, warmth, and sense of humor endeared him to all, cementing lifelong friendships and leaving lasting impressions on everyone he met.
Bill leaves behind his sister Laurie Douglas Gamble, his niece Jessica Brooke Gamble, his nephew Devin John Gamble, his great-nephew Logan William Gamble-Doan, his great-niece Ella Brooke Gamble-Doan, his sister-in-law Cynthia Douglas, his niece Rachel Marie Douglas, as well as his great-nephews Colby Brent Douglas and Tristan Trent Douglas. He was preceded in death by his father Walter Albert Douglas, his mother Delia Mary Douglas, his brother David Bruce Douglas, and his brother Scott Walter Douglas.
Bill's educational journey began at Randolph Elementary School, followed by his time at Randolph High School. He continued his pursuit of knowledge at Missouri Valley College and obtaining his Masters Degree at the William Patterson College of New Jersey. Through his dedication to learning, he cultivated a deep understanding and appreciation for history, which he cherished throughout his life.
In honor of Bill's memory, donations can be made to Dover Elementary School, and/or The National Wildlife Foundation.
Bill Douglas will be remembered for his unwavering commitment to education, his love for his family and friends, and his gratitude for those who served our country. With a kind and compassionate soul, he left an indelible mark on the lives of many. May his memory be a source of comfort and inspiration to all who mourn his loss.
Dover has a new Third Ward representative after the Board of Alderman picked a former school board member and planning board chairman to fill an open seat. The board also selected a new municipal attorney at last week's meeting.The board chose Michael Scarneo to fill its vacancy after former Adrian Ballesteros moved t...
Dover has a new Third Ward representative after the Board of Alderman picked a former school board member and planning board chairman to fill an open seat. The board also selected a new municipal attorney at last week's meeting.
The board chose Michael Scarneo to fill its vacancy after former Adrian Ballesteros moved to California and resigned his seat on Jan. 8. It also voted to replace its longtime town attorney, choosing a Morristown firm to succeed Dover native Timothy Downs.
Scarneo was one of three names presented to the board by the Dover Democratic Committee to replace Ballesteros. The board considered two other nominees, Hope Summerset and Edward Correa, but deadlocked in 4-4 votes. It then voted 6-2 to appoint Scarneo to finish Ballesteros' term, which expires at the end of the year.
Scarneo, a 42-year resident, is a retired global services manager for Verizon and former 15-year member of the Dover Board of Education. He also chaired the town zoning board for 15 years. His appointment last week required him to resign as chairman of the Dover Planning Board.
"I've been involved in the town for years and years," said Scarneo. "This is the ultimate opportunity to give back, so I'm honored and thrilled."
Correa, who chairs the Dover Democratic Committee, praised Scarneo, who serves as the party's treasurer.
"With his experience and desire to serve the community, he will be an outstanding representative for the people of Dover," Correa said.
At the same meeting, Mayor Carolyn Blackman and a board majority voted to replace longtime municipal attorney Timothy Downs. With the newly seated Scarneo abstaining, the panel instead voted by a 6-2-1 margin to select the Morristown firm of Vogel, Chait, Collins and Schneider as the town's municipal attorney, with Thomas Collins and Thomas Molica as the lead attorneys.
"It's been my pleasure to serve my hometown as municipal attorney," Downs said. "I am disappointed in Mayor Blackman's decision, but I will fully cooperate with the new law firm and work diligently to ensure a smooth transition."
Downs was first appointed by former Mayor James Dodd in 2012.
"We just looked at the attorneys [bidding for the job] and the board decided it wanted a change," Blackman said.
Correa, a former alderman, criticized the decision to remove Downs, saying the new attorneys lack the "experience and institutional memory" Downs has as a lifelong resident with a practice in town.
The Dover Democratic Committee plans to meet in the coming weeks to consider endorsements in an election year that includes the mayor's office and alderman seats in all four wards. No candidates have officially declared as of yet, including Blackman.
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DOVER — New Jersey will receive nearly $25 million in grant funding as part of an ongoing initiative to incentivize mass transit use, Gov. Phil Murphy announced in a visit to Dover on Monday morning.The state is awarding 56 grants to 45 municipalities via the Safe Streets to Transit program, the Transit Village Initiative and the Bikeway Grant Program. Dover will receive $778,000 from Safe Streets to Transit this year and has earned $1.4 million over the past two years, said Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti, commissioner...
DOVER — New Jersey will receive nearly $25 million in grant funding as part of an ongoing initiative to incentivize mass transit use, Gov. Phil Murphy announced in a visit to Dover on Monday morning.
The state is awarding 56 grants to 45 municipalities via the Safe Streets to Transit program, the Transit Village Initiative and the Bikeway Grant Program. Dover will receive $778,000 from Safe Streets to Transit this year and has earned $1.4 million over the past two years, said Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti, commissioner of the state Department of Transportation.
"Behind each and every one of the dollars we're announcing today is a New Jersey resident who will benefit," Murphy said from the Dover Fire Department Antique Club building. "Standing at the forefront of these investments are strong communities like Dover, with whom we are so proud to partner to create a better future."
The Safe Streets to Transit program provides funds to improve accessibility for mass transit users, encourages riders to walk to stations and facilitates initiatives to enhance safety measures near transit facilities. The Transit Village Initiative, part of a joint partnership between the Transportation Department and NJ Transit, offers incentives for municipalities to redevelop areas around transit stations into "pedestrian-friendly" neighborhoods for residents. The Bikeway Grant Program "focuses on making it safer to choose commuting on two wheels instead of on four," Murphy said.
"The Department of Transportation is proud to support Governor Murphy's vision to make our neighborhoods and our communities safer, fairer, certainly more environmentally friendly for all who choose to live and work in New Jersey," Gutierrez-Scaccetti said.
Aside from Dover, Netcong will receive $800,000 and Morristown $86,000, as the other two Morris County municipalities to receive grants.
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The funding comes as accidents involving pedestrians and bicyclists continue to plague New Jersey. Over the past three years, 612 people, equaling one-third of roadway fatalities, were victims traveling on foot or by bike, said Debra Kagan, executive director of the New Jersey Bike & Walk Coalition.
"That is why now, more than ever, it is essential to ensure safe access to public transit, and that's what these grants are going to do and create more walkable and bikeable roads," Kagan said.
One in every 10 New Jersey residents uses mass transit to get to work, Kagan said. She added that 75% of residents live less than 5 miles from a transit station, and 30% are within walking distance of one.
Rep. Mikie Sherrill, whose 11th District includes Dover, noted that many of the towns she represents were built along rail lines. But the state has often "fallen short" in providing paths for residents to commute safely, she said, a deficiency that officials are seeking to address with the new funding.
"These are the investments that our state is making now to make living in New Jersey even better than it already is," Sherrill said.
Gutierrez-Scaccetti is hoping the state will see fewer vehicles on roadways, which would mean less road maintenance, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and allow commercial traffic to travel more efficiently. She and other speakers said they are optimistic the grant programs will further strengthen the state's mass transit system.
"Today we can say we have taken a great step in the right direction," Kagan said. "We will continue to keep pressing for more opportunities like these to fund much-much-needed active transportation projects across the state until we can guarantee safe and equitable streets for everyone."
For the second night in a row, severe thunderstorm warnings have been posted in several counties in northern New Jersey as a cluster of storms packing strong winds and heavy downpours began to sweep across the region Friday night.The National Weather Service says some of the thunderstorm cells that were moving into Sussex and Warren counties at about 6:45 p.m. were generating wind gusts a...
For the second night in a row, severe thunderstorm warnings have been posted in several counties in northern New Jersey as a cluster of storms packing strong winds and heavy downpours began to sweep across the region Friday night.
The National Weather Service says some of the thunderstorm cells that were moving into Sussex and Warren counties at about 6:45 p.m. were generating wind gusts as high as 60 mph along with hail stones the size of a half-dollar — large enough to cause minor damage to vehicles.
Tonight’s heavy rain, falling in areas of the state that are already saturated by recent rain showers and thunderstorms, triggered a flash flood warning in west-central Morris County, southwestern Sussex County and all of Warren County, effective through 11:45 p.m. Friday.
A less urgent flood advisory was issued in Passaic County, where the weather service says about a half-inch of rain has already fallen Friday night, and an additional 1 to 2 inches could fall.
The weather service estimated that 1 to 3 inches of rain has already fallen today in the areas of Morris, Sussex and Warren where the flash flood warning was issued, and another 1 or 2 inches of rain may fall tonight.
Reports of flooding and downed trees
The weather service’s Mount Holly office received reports of flooding on both sides of Route 94 in Newton, Sussex County, between Church Street and Route 519/ West End Avenue at about 8:30 p.m., with all lanes closed.
Flooding was also reported in Liberty Township in Warren County on Route 46 East, west of Route 611/ Hope Road.
The weather service said residents on social media are reporting “numerous trees down blocking roadways in the Hibernia section of Rockaway along Green Pond Road” in Morris County, with some power outages there and in other parts of town.
These are among the most recent weather alerts issued in New Jersey that were still active as of 10 p.m. Friday.
These alerts were active as of 7 p.m. Friday but expired by 9 p.m.
Additional thunderstorm alerts were issued in parts of northern New Jersey Thursday night, and another batch of warnings covered parts of northern and central New Jersey Friday morning as a hot and humid weather pattern lingered across the region.
More rain showers and isolated thunderstorms are expected on Saturday, mostly later in the day, and widespread showers and thunderstorms are likely on Sunday.
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