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Hearing Delayed For Backer Farm Brewery Proposal In Mendham

The Morris County Agriculture Development Board scheduled a virtual hearing on their proposal for a brewery on Aug. 11, but it was canceled.MENDHAM, NJ — The ongoing process to convert a local preserved farm into a farm-based brewer will have to wait even longer now that the public hearing has been postponed yet again.After months of waiting, the Morris County Agriculture Development Board scheduled a virtual hearing on the farm's proposal for a brewery and tasting room on Aug. 11, but it was canceled.Backer Farm...

The Morris County Agriculture Development Board scheduled a virtual hearing on their proposal for a brewery on Aug. 11, but it was canceled.

MENDHAM, NJ — The ongoing process to convert a local preserved farm into a farm-based brewer will have to wait even longer now that the public hearing has been postponed yet again.

After months of waiting, the Morris County Agriculture Development Board scheduled a virtual hearing on the farm's proposal for a brewery and tasting room on Aug. 11, but it was canceled.

Backer Farm has been seeking permission to establish a brewery operation on their property, which currently has produce and livestock. The farm's plan was approved by the Mendham Township Zoning Board of Adjustment in Feb. 2022 with a 5-2 vote.

Backer Farm has been planning the public hearing for months, and it will be used to provide an overview of the application and introduce their witnesses, Frank Pinto, Backer Farm's project manager and project spokesperson.

The reason for the delay, according to Katherine Coyle, Director of the Morris County Agriculture Development Board, is that the Morris County Agriculture Development Board needed time to review additional information that was submitted.

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Coyle stated that the board is now awaiting additional information from the applicant.

The application has caused concern within the community about potential noise, overflow parking, and the possibility of late hours. These items were all expected to be addressed during the public hearing.

"Backer Farm intends to comply with the NJDEP noise standards and has already retained an acoustical engineer to measure noise levels and assist in planning to ensure compliance with legal noise limits. We also live on the property and across the street and enjoy our peace and tranquility as much as anyone," Backer said.

Backer claims that the farm will grow crops for beer production as well as brew and package the beer on-site. Customers will be able to learn about the beer-making process, tour the farm, sample beer, and purchase beer for on- or off-site consumption in the dairy barn's indoor and outdoor public areas.

To view Backer Farm's application on the county's website, click here and here for the County Agriculture Development Board meeting agendas and schedule.

According to Coyle, the hearing will also not be rescheduled for the next meeting, which is scheduled for Sept. 1, and no new date has been set.

Local Hero: George Muha Quietly Makes Life Better For Mendham

We all know someone who's making a difference. Here's one local resident who is having an impact in Mendham and Chester.MENDHAM/CHESTER, NJ — When times are tough, heroes emerge. We all know someone who's making a difference right now as we live through unprecedented and changing times.Here at Patch, we've launched an initiative to help recognize these heroes making a difference in their communities. We’re working to let all your neighbors know about these outstanding people and their stories.This submissio...

We all know someone who's making a difference. Here's one local resident who is having an impact in Mendham and Chester.

MENDHAM/CHESTER, NJ — When times are tough, heroes emerge. We all know someone who's making a difference right now as we live through unprecedented and changing times.

Here at Patch, we've launched an initiative to help recognize these heroes making a difference in their communities. We’re working to let all your neighbors know about these outstanding people and their stories.

This submission comes from Marianne Muha, who nominated her brother George Muha from the Mendham and Chester area.

Local hero’s full name:

George Muha

Local hero’s home state:

NJ

Local hero’s Patch:

Mendham-Chester

How do you know the local hero?

He’s my brother

What does the local hero do?

Entrepreneur

Why do you believe the local hero should be recognized or honored?

He’s a positive force for high school kids. He started a business reporting on high school sports in two counties.. Morris and Sussex and his business name is Morris Sussex Sports. . He has the kids write articles, be the photographers, or film a sporting event some of which are broadcast on his utube channel. As well as provide commentary and interview players before during and after events. It’s all very professional. He has local businesses sponsor trading cards or commercials on his utube channel. My nephew lives in Long Valley and during the pandemic we from South Jersey were not able to go to his football games but we were able to watch all his games live on Youtube which was great! George is doing a great service for the community. He even gets those with physical or mental handicaps involved. Some of the kids who have participated have gone on to broadcasting jobs. George works so hard and It’s just great to see the positive impact his business has had in these two counties! I’m so proud of him!

What's one thing you want everyone to know about the local hero?

He’s a great guy.. he was the youngest of 6 kids and 4 were boys all very athletic and involved in all sports. It was a thrill to get your name in the paper for an event when we were young. George has expanded on that and created opportunities for those who are not athletes as well.

Thank you for all you do, George Muha!

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How to Spend a Day in Mendham, New Jersey

Not so far away from Hudson County is the town of Mendham, New Jersey. The small, quaint main street lined with gorgeous Victorian homes and nice restaurants is a great day away from the hustle of Hoboken + Jersey City life. Filled with historical sites, walking trails, and places to grab a bite, there are plenty of things to do in Mendham that won’t disappoint. Keep reading for more on the history, travel plan, w...

Not so far away from Hudson County is the town of Mendham, New Jersey. The small, quaint main street lined with gorgeous Victorian homes and nice restaurants is a great day away from the hustle of Hoboken + Jersey City life. Filled with historical sites, walking trails, and places to grab a bite, there are plenty of things to do in Mendham that won’t disappoint. Keep reading for more on the history, travel plan, where to dine, and what to do in Mendham, NJ.

The History

Mendham has a rich history dating back to before the Revolutionary War. It was named after Mendon, Massachusetts, where one of the area’s most distinguished settlers, Ebenezer Byran, hailed from. Visitors can see a grist mill that helped feed troops stationed in Jockey Hollow during the winter of 1779 to 1780, or a farmhouse-turned-tavern that was one of the main stops between Newark and Scranton (and is still in business today). There are so many ways to take a stroll down memory lane when visiting Mendham.

Mendham Township was incorporated in 1749 and included Mendham Borough and parts of Randolph Township and Chester Township, just after the Hilltop Church (20 Hilltop Road) was created for the area. The borough of Mendham was then then created in 1906.

Traveling to Mendham

There are a few ways to get to Mendham. By car, it’s just under an hour right down Interstate 78 (and, of course, a few other roads, too). Once you’re off the highway, it’s a lovely drive through the rolling hills of New Jersey.

If you’re looking for a mass transit route, you can take the Morris + Essex line to the Morristown stop. This is a little more than an hour ride, and then it’s a quick Uber to Mendham. What’s great is that once in town, visitors can do so much right on Main Street that there’s no need to Uber everywhere.

Where to Eat

While there are two different buildings to dine at here, the tavern is only open for private events — though you can still enjoy the pub. During the warmer months, there are tables on the patio for outdoor dining. The ambiance is old charm meets all-American fare. The menu consists of pub staples including pub burgers but also has tavern favorites like chicken pot pie and filet mignon.

Opening in 1991, Dante’s has been an Italian staple on Main Street in Mendham for more than 30 years. While many order the pizza from Dante’s, patrons shouldn’t sleep on the rest of the menu. From the various parmesan options to the baked pasta, there are so many delicious dishes to choose from. There is also dining available inside and outside until just past sundown.

These old-fashioned kettle-boiled bagels are great for breakfast or lunch. Cafe-goers can get a usual breakfast bagel sandwich, or they can also get a cold cut sandwich on a bagel (Hoboken Girl loves a good turkey sandwich on a bagel). There are also other menu items including wraps, burgers, and omelets. Seating is first-come, first-served both inside and outside.

This restaurant is a great mix of modern aesthetics and vibes with even better food. The artisan pizza is smaller in size, but still packs amazing flavor. The oven-baked meatballs and the stone-fired meatball sliders are good choices, or you can’t go wrong with any of the pasta dishes. There is a full bar, and patrons can dine inside or outside (though outdoor seating is limited). Piattino’s also has a location in Summit.

This coffee shop is a cute stop during a Mendham adventure. The staff is lovely and they brew a mean cup of joe. This place also sells smoothies and pastries. Simple Coffee occasionally has Cars and Coffee events on the weekend where all muscle, exotic, and classic car owners bring their rides to an event in the parking lot.

Wicker Basket Delicatessen (Wicker, as the locals call it) is a staple for all in town. The half and half is a must order, and the ratio of lemonade and iced tea is going to have you coming back for seconds. The crispy chicken sandwich on a roll is something all the locals love to order, but really everything is great. There is no seating, as this is a grab-and-go sandwich and grill. But trust us, it’s worth it.

Things to Do

This part of New Jersey is known for its farms and produce. A few Jersey City farm stands are actually from this region. Backer Farm has been in Mendham since 1927 and offers many types of produce. Guests can pick in-season strawberries, which is a fun activity in the earlier part of the summer.

During the fall, pumpkin patches and hay rides are a must. There is also a farmstand with produce and other locally produced items. This farm is also working to create a Backer Brewery Project, where it will produce and sell small batch brews. You can visit the website for more information on when this will open.

There are so many great hiking locations in Mendham. Buttermilk Falls is a short hike that leads to a lovely waterfall that many swim in during the summer heat. The Patriot’s Path also has a few locations to hop on and explore, which is a great and mostly flat trail. There is also Schiff Nature Preserve, which has various trails among other events.

The kiddos will have a blast at this park in Mendham. There is a jungle gym that is in the shape of a farm (which is quite apropos for this area of New Jersey). There are also swings and other fun areas, including a baseball field. As you are driving on Route 24, there is a Yellow Volunteer Fire Station, and the park is located behind that.

Mendham is known to be a town without many chain restaurants and stores — but there are still a few cute boutiques and locally-owned stores to check out. The first is The Bees Knees, an adorable boutique that opened a few months ago. Here, customers can get great clothing pieces, as well as other items including jewelry and bee-themed skincare.

Just up the street is Mendham Gardens. The front area will have guests feeling like they are frolicking in a field of flowers. Stop by for a lovely plant during your time in town. Mendham also has Hole in the Wall Thrift Store (6 Hilltop Road), which has a great mix of name brands. Next to this is The Grand Bazaar, a great antique store with unique pieces.

Mendham is in between two great towns to also consider visiting while in the area. Chester is known for its adorable main street and epic corn mazes during the fall. Morristown is a little metropolis in the area and has great shopping and dining options.

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Funding For New Park Trails Awarded To Mendham Township

Mendham will receive funds from the Trail Construction Grant Program, according to the Morris County Board of County Commissioners. MENDHAM, NJ — Mendham Township is home to one of eight trail projects recommended for funding by the Morris County Board of County Commissioners as part of the county's Trail Construction Grant Program.The Buck Hill Tract Natural Area park, located off of Temple Wick Road in Mendham Township, will be receiving $42,080 as part of the grant program, officials said. The grant program's goal is...

Mendham will receive funds from the Trail Construction Grant Program, according to the Morris County Board of County Commissioners.

MENDHAM, NJ — Mendham Township is home to one of eight trail projects recommended for funding by the Morris County Board of County Commissioners as part of the county's Trail Construction Grant Program.

The Buck Hill Tract Natural Area park, located off of Temple Wick Road in Mendham Township, will be receiving $42,080 as part of the grant program, officials said. The grant program's goal is to provide recreational trail use opportunities that benefit communities and improve the quality of life for Morris County residents.

Buck Hill Tract Natural Area is located in the upper reaches of the Passaic River's headwaters. The terrain is made up of rolling hills divided by two streams and interspersed with lowland swamps and springs.

During the County Commissioners' open work session in Morristown, Betty Cass-Schmidt, chair of the Trail Construction Grant Advisory Committee, presented the grant recommendations for 2022 after some consideration.

The presentation went into detail about the planned alterations to the Buck Hill Tract Natural Area park, which included the addition of a.23-mile gravel trail and a five-foot-wide ADA-compliant trail.

The committee's long-term goal is to develop an accessible park in the neighborhood to increase recreational opportunities for residents of all ages and abilities on a 74-acre undeveloped plot of land within the park.

The County Commissioners will vote on whether to accept the grant recommendation at their Dec. 21, 2022 meeting.

Since its inception, the Commissioner-appointed advisory committee has recommended 47 grant awards totaling 28 miles, with 21 of the projects completed.

"The program continues to build momentum. Each year we see new municipalities who had not previously participated, apply to the program. There are also municipalities returning to the program who have had success in previous years. Nine municipalities have received more than one grant," Cass-Schmidt said.

Funding for trail projects comes from the Morris County Preservation Trust Fund, which was established in 1992 and later amended with voter approval in 2002 to create the Historic Preservation Fund.

In 2014, voters approved a ballot measure by a vote of 3 to 1, which would have modified the trust fund once more, allowing trail development as an approved use for a portion of the funds.

"The trail network we have been developing throughout Morris County offers an easy and accessible respite to everyone looking to get outside, exercise or even just to clear their head – by walking, jogging and riding bikes through our bucolic towns," said Commissioner Stephen Shaw, the board liaison to Morris County’s Office of Planning and Preservation.

If the proposed projects are approved by the County Commissioners next week, Morris County will have committed nearly $5 million to the establishment of 28.37 miles of trails in just seven years since the Trail Construction Grant program's inception in 2016.

Water Rates Increasing For Mendham Borough Residents

MENDHAM, NJ — Mendham Borough recently announced that New Jersey American Water will be increasing rates for all borough residents.According to a water utility company announcement, the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities approved the NJ American Water rate increase for Mendham Borough residents.The company's rate request, which was filed on Jan. 14, 2022, was motivated by more than $985 million in infrastructure investment since the company's last rate filing. The new rates will go into effect on Sept. 1, according to o...

MENDHAM, NJ — Mendham Borough recently announced that New Jersey American Water will be increasing rates for all borough residents.

According to a water utility company announcement, the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities approved the NJ American Water rate increase for Mendham Borough residents.

The company's rate request, which was filed on Jan. 14, 2022, was motivated by more than $985 million in infrastructure investment since the company's last rate filing. The new rates will go into effect on Sept. 1, according to officials.

Under the approved rate increase, NJ American Water said the monthly bill for an average water customer using 5,520 gallons will increase by about $2.93, and the monthly bill for an average wastewater customer will increase to approximately $3.74.

Despite the new rates, NJ American Water stated that the cost of high-quality, dependable water and wastewater service remains around one penny per gallon, ranking among the lowest household utility bills.

“We are proud of the level of investment we are able to make into our systems to continue to provide high-quality, reliable service, even through extreme weather and other challenges including the pandemic, while maximizing efficiencies to balance the impact to customers,” said Mark McDonough, President, New Jersey American Water. “The combination of effective capital planning and sound business management helps keep water and wastewater service both reliable and affordable for the 2.8 million people we proudly serve.”

New Jersey American Water would also like to remind customers about the various bill payment assistance programs that are available.

Customers who are having difficulty paying their water and/or wastewater bills are encouraged to call the company's Customer Service Center at 800-272-1325 to set up payment plans or budget billing.

Customers who meet the company's low-income requirements may also apply for assistance through the H2O Help to Others program, which provides water and wastewater service charge discounts of up to 100 percent.

Service rates may vary depending on the size of a customer's meter, according to NJ American Water. For both residential and commercial customers, as well as customers of other public authorities, all customers pay the same water usage rate and are billed based on a regular monthly meter reading.

In Ocean City, NJ, for example, American Water charges $18.50 per month for a meter size of 5/8 inch, but $147.99 for a meter size of two inches. The complete pricing chart can be found here.

For a specific breakdown of the new rates, additional information can be found at www.newjerseyamwater.com under Customer Service & Billing, Your Water and Wastewater Rates.

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