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The Township Committee will hold a public meeting on Monday, June 26, to answer questions about the recent Environmental Impact Study. Vianella Burns, Patch Staff|Updated Thu, Jun 15, 2023 at 4:06 pm ETMENDHAM, NJ — Mendham Township will host an open forum for the community to ask questions about the recently completed Mosle Environmental Impact Study.Despite the fact that the Mendham Township Committee ap...
Vianella Burns, Patch Staff
|Updated Thu, Jun 15, 2023 at 4:06 pm ET
MENDHAM, NJ — Mendham Township will host an open forum for the community to ask questions about the recently completed Mosle Environmental Impact Study.
Despite the fact that the Mendham Township Committee approved a resolution to add lights to Mosle Field on May 22, several committee members stated that they were waiting for the environmental impact study before making final decisions.
The forum is planned for Monday, June 26, 2023, at 6:30 p.m. before the Regular Township Committee at Mendham Township Elementary School.
The Mosle Athletic Field project has been significantly scaled back since the initial proposal and now includes the installation of permanent LED light poles around the parking lot and Mosle Field to improve the site's usability and safety.
The Committee specifically proposes to install six new 25-foot-tall, downstream, permanent LED light poles around the parking lot to eliminate any safety concerns related to the parking lot's current low-light or dark conditions.
Additionally, four new 70-foot-tall, downstream-facing, permanent LED light poles will be installed around Mosle Field to replace the existing portable diesel-powered HID light towers.
Residents have expressed concerns about the project proposal in recent months, ranging from potential negative environmental impacts to increased traffic and the lighting implications for residents who live near the fields.
According to the environmental impact study, the proposed LED light poles have the potential to benefit bats, including the federally endangered northern long-eared bat and Indiana bat, as well as the proposed federally endangered tricolor bat.
The proposed project also has the potential to increase the habitat range of light-averse species and facilitate a more even distribution of insects throughout the entire community.
"Further, no adverse impacts are anticipated to general wildlife as a result of the proposed project," Emily Bjorhus, the project manager and environmental scientist for the study, said. "Although no adverse impacts are anticipated, the proposed project would result in minor, positive impacts to the local wildlife community."
In response to the public's worries about more traffic in the area, Mayor Nick Monaghan and other committee members said they did not understand why traffic levels would increase with the installation of lights.
Monaghan argued that the same group of people who have been attending the fields for practice and games for the past several years will continue to do so.
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MENDHAM, NJ — The Community Club of Brookside is celebrating its centennial, and they have invited all of Mendham to join in the fun.The birthday celebration is planned for Friday from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. at the Community Club of Brookside, which is located at 1 E Main Street, Mendham Township.Residents can expect to enjoy a night of live music, feasting, drinking, dancing and a silent auction, with all proceeds going toward much-needed club restoration projects."We have a wonderful partnership with the Towns...
MENDHAM, NJ — The Community Club of Brookside is celebrating its centennial, and they have invited all of Mendham to join in the fun.
The birthday celebration is planned for Friday from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. at the Community Club of Brookside, which is located at 1 E Main Street, Mendham Township.
Residents can expect to enjoy a night of live music, feasting, drinking, dancing and a silent auction, with all proceeds going toward much-needed club restoration projects.
"We have a wonderful partnership with the Township of Mendham, but the maintenance of the clubhouse is our responsibility. Our main building, which was originally our local school, requires constant vigilance," Community Club of Brookside officials told Patch. "We try to anticipate the future while at the same time correcting current issues. The birthday party is an opportunity to both celebrate the past and the present while preparing for the future."
Much has changed in the 100 years since the club's inception, but according to officials, it remains an essential and crucial resource for the Mendham community.
The Brookside Community Club is well-known for its Fourth of July Parade, sometimes known as "the grandest little hometown parade in America," which is one of Mendham's most recognizable traditions.
"In addition to the July 4th Parade, we have an active group of volunteers to run the daily operation," officials said.
The club is a unique resource that has supported numerous activities in the past, including Boy Scout Troop #1 and the local Little League. They are now the preferred location for family gatherings and special celebrations.
The cost of admission to the 100th birthday celebration is $75 per person and $50 for community club members. All tickets must be purchased in person or by check made payable to the Community Club of Brookside, PO Box 168, Brookside, NJ 07926.
Residents can also pay for a ticket on Zelle at [email protected].
"The club relies heavily on your donations and rental fees to maintain this privately operated gem in Mendham Township. It's the goal of the Community Club of Brookside to keep our community strong, connected and thriving. We thank you and are continually grateful for your generosity and support," officials said.
Here is a list of the club's 2023 events:
On Wednesday, October 18th at 1pm the Mendham Township Library will host a daytime screening of the movie The Automat with director Lisa Hurwitz.Once upon a nickel, before fast food, one American restaurant empire was unstoppable. Experience the untold story of “The Automat,” a documentary film directed by Lisa Hurwitz and starring Mel Brooks.“The Automat” recounts the lost history of the iconic restaurant chain Horn ...
On Wednesday, October 18th at 1pm the Mendham Township Library will host a daytime screening of the movie The Automat with director Lisa Hurwitz.
Once upon a nickel, before fast food, one American restaurant empire was unstoppable. Experience the untold story of “The Automat,” a documentary film directed by Lisa Hurwitz and starring Mel Brooks.
“The Automat” recounts the lost history of the iconic restaurant chain Horn & Hardart, which served affordable-priced quality food to millions of New Yorkers and Philadelphians for more than a century. Founded by Joseph Horn and Frank Hardart in 1888, it revolutionized the nation’s restaurant scene with comfortable interiors, quality food, and state of the art technology for the early 20th century. The chain welcomed those who had been ignored, including immigrants, the working-class, Blacks, and women, all of whom were often not welcome in restaurants. Horn & Hardart’s technology captured the public’s imagination like nothing else in 1900’s— the customer put nickels into slots and little windows opened to reveal the customer’s pick, be it a slice of pie, macaroni and cheese, or a Salisbury steak. The gleaming glass and stainless-steel windows looked “sanitary” and like nothing else in existence. “The Automat” illustrates how the company both served the public with great food and at the same time treated its employees with fairness and integrity.
Mel Brooks is one of several prominent Americans paying homage in the film to the memory of a restaurant chain that once dotted the corners of two great cities. The late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Secretary of State Colin Powell, actors Carl Reiner and Elliott Gould, the Horn family and the Hardart family, and dedicated former employees share memories of life at the Automat. Starbucks Coffee founder Howard Schultz talks about how he was inspired to start his company because of Horn and Hardart.
Q & A with the Director to follow!
This presentation will be held in the Brookside Community Church’s Scialla Hall at 8 East Main Street in Brookside, NJ.
FREE! To register visit www.mendhamtwplib.org.
MENDHAM, NJ — As part of the American Heart Association's Kids Heart Challenge, children at Mendham Township Elementary School are learning about heart health while raising money for a worthwhile cause.On Sept. 28, the school launched the project with a Heart Challenge Assembly. Students in pre-kindergarten through fourth grade participated in exciting activities to learn about remaining strong in body and mind.Throughout the month of October, students and faculty will be collecting donations for children with heart condi...
MENDHAM, NJ — As part of the American Heart Association's Kids Heart Challenge, children at Mendham Township Elementary School are learning about heart health while raising money for a worthwhile cause.
On Sept. 28, the school launched the project with a Heart Challenge Assembly. Students in pre-kindergarten through fourth grade participated in exciting activities to learn about remaining strong in body and mind.
Throughout the month of October, students and faculty will be collecting donations for children with heart conditions.
The school said that their target this year is $45,000.
“We are excited to kick off the Kids Heart Challenge and to begin fundraising for this important cause,” said Briana Panetta, a physical education teacher. “To achieve this goal, we need everybody to engage. Even if you can’t donate money, focus this month on engaging in healthy activities and reaching out to family and friends for them to do the same."
Mendham Township Elementary School has taken part in the Kids Heart Challenge for seven years, raising a total of $124,834. With $42,971 raised to support the American Heart Association's scientific research and outreach programs last year, it was the best year yet, school officials said.
The work goes beyond fundraising, as students learn how to care for their hearts and minds while practicing kindness and appreciation and discovering techniques to de-stress throughout the month.
Following his on-field cardiac arrest last year, Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin will also be releasing videos about the significance of CPR as part of the campaign.
“This month is about making sure Mendham Township students know the importance of taking care of their own hearts,” Panetta said. “They’ll be getting their hearts pumping.”
Top fundraisers will also be eligible to win the following additional prizes:
To learn more about Mendham Township Elementary School's efforts, visit the school’s fundraising portal.
Published on March 17, 2023NJTPA Funding Supports Completion of Two Separate ProjectsMorris County will receive $3 million in federal funds for recommended safety improvements which will include design considerations for a roundabout, a pedestrian-activated rapid flashing beacon and high-visibility crosswalks at five intersections within Mendham Township, Mendham Borough and Dover.“These improvements will help to create a safer environment in an area frequented by people of all ages, particularly h...
Published on March 17, 2023
NJTPA Funding Supports Completion of Two Separate Projects
Morris County will receive $3 million in federal funds for recommended safety improvements which will include design considerations for a roundabout, a pedestrian-activated rapid flashing beacon and high-visibility crosswalks at five intersections within Mendham Township, Mendham Borough and Dover.
“These improvements will help to create a safer environment in an area frequented by people of all ages, particularly high school students, as well as those going to the local shopping center or the nearby Post Office,” said Morris County Commissioner Stephen H. Shaw, who serves as Morris County’s representative to the NJTPA Board.
The improvements, funded though the North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority (NJTPA), will be completed as part of two separate projects:
“The South Morris Street corridor includes three intersections in need of safety improvements, all of which currently have only stop signs,” added Commissioner Shaw.
South Morris Street provides a direct connection with State Route 10 in Randolph and U.S. 46 and State Route 15 in Dover, and also connects to NJ TRANSIT’s downtown Dover Train Station, which provides service along the Morris & Essex and Montclair Boonton lines.
The projects, which are two of 19 safety improvements totaling $188.3 million across the NJTPA region, were approved by the NJTPA Board of Trustees at their March 13 meeting. The funding is for two programs: the Local Safety Program and the High Risk Rural Roads Program. These programs fund high-impact, cost-effective solutions to reduce crashes and improve safety for all travelers. More information on the programs and project factsheets is available on the NJTPA website. Funding approved for the programs doubled from the previous program cycle in 2020.
“The increases are the result of highly successful partnerships between the NJTPA and its member county and city governments to deliver vitally important projects on our local roads. This federal support helps free up local dollars, state aid and municipal aid for other priorities,” said Passaic County Commissioner John W. Bartlett, the current Chair of the NJTPA.
The NJTPA is the metropolitan planning organization (MPO) for 13 northern New Jersey counties. Under federal legislation, MPOs provide a forum where local officials, public transportation providers and state agency representatives can come together and cooperatively plan to meet the region’s current and future transportation needs. It establishes the region’s eligibility to receive federal tax dollars for transportation projects.
The NJTPA Board consists of one local elected official from each of the 13 counties in the region (Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Hunterdon, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Passaic, Somerset, Sussex, Union and Warren), and the cities of Newark and Jersey City. The Board also includes a Governor’s Representative, the Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Transportation, the President & CEO of NJ TRANSIT, the Chairman of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, and a Citizens’ Representative appointed by the Governor.
Any inquiries regarding the NJTPA should be directed to NJTPA Communications and Public Affairs Director Mark Solof at phone number 973-639-8415. For Morris County media inquiries, please contact Communications Director Vincent Vitale by phone, 973-285-6015 or email, [email protected].