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Morristown-Beard Boys Lacrosse

Date Opponent Result G A P GB FOS-Taken FOS-Won FOS-Win% 03/30/2022 @ St. Peter's Prep L 4-7 — — — 5 — — — 04/02/2022 vs. Morristown ...

Date Opponent Result G A P GB FOS-Taken FOS-Won FOS-Win%
03/30/2022 @ St. Peter's Prep L 4-7 5
04/02/2022 vs. Morristown L 6-7 4
04/04/2022 vs. Madison L 2-5 1 1 7
04/06/2022 @ Cranford W 6-5 1 1 2 3
04/09/2022 @ Livingston L 1-13 4
04/12/2022 vs. Verona W 14-7 8
04/19/2022 @ Mendham L 3-11 5
04/22/2022 vs. Millburn L 3-10 6
04/25/2022 vs. Princeton Day W 6-5 1 1 7
04/30/2022 vs. Parsippany W 18-2 1 1 7
05/02/2022 @ Rutgers Prep L 5-9 1 1 2 4
05/03/2022 @ Randolph L 4-14 1 1
05/09/2022 @ West Morris L 3-13 4
05/12/2022 @ Lenape Valley W 5-1 6
05/13/2022 @ Sparta L 5-15 1 1 3
05/20/2022 vs. Princeton Day L 6-11 9
Season Totals: 6 3 9 82

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Morristown roundabout construction to begin as M Station project advances

MORRISTOWN — Roadwork associated with the M Station project is scheduled to begin on Feb. 1 followed by the transformation of the Spring and Morris Street intersection.Roadway construction will begin with the addition of a new traffic signal on Spring Street and a roundabout at the intersection of Spring and Morris streets. The road updates are part of the ongoing M Station construction, a project hailed as the town's most significant commercial development in the last 30 years."The new roundabout will...

MORRISTOWN — Roadwork associated with the M Station project is scheduled to begin on Feb. 1 followed by the transformation of the Spring and Morris Street intersection.

Roadway construction will begin with the addition of a new traffic signal on Spring Street and a roundabout at the intersection of Spring and Morris streets. The road updates are part of the ongoing M Station construction, a project hailed as the town's most significant commercial development in the last 30 years.

"The new roundabout will reduce queueing and delays at the Spring Street and Morris Street intersections and provide substantial safety improvements," reads a statement from the town released on Thursday.

The M Station project includes the construction of two six- and seven-story buildings, M Station East and M Station West, totaling more than 350,000 square feet of office and retail space on Morris and Spring streets. The area was deemed a location in need of redevelopment by the town in 2008.

To handle the anticipated influx of people in the already heavily congested area, town officials studied the feasibility of including a roundabout at the intersection. The design would relieve the usual backups during rush hour, officials said.

Roadway closures will be outside of the morning and evening rush hours and detours will only occur during the overnight hours, town officials said. Construction is expected to be completed by Nov. 1.

"Drivers during all periods should be prepared for the potential of additional delays and seek alternate routes while this transformation takes place," said town officials.

Currently, under construction, M Station East is six stories high and will total approximately 120,000 square feet, including 10,000 square feet of first-floor retail space as well as the lobby and building services area. In December 2020, the first five floors within M Station East were completed after the building's roof was finalized in April 2021. Ground for the project was broken in November 2020. Professional services firm Deloitte, which signed a lease for 110,000 square feet to occupy all of M Station East’s office space, will relocate its operations from Parsippany to Morristown in the fall.

The development’s second building, M Station West, will total 253,000 square feet of office and retail space across seven stories. SJP Properties, the developer for the project, calls it a “transformative redevelopment project” delivering Class-A office and retail space to Morristown. SJP is currently marketing available office and retail leasing opportunities for M Station.

Proponents of the project say M Station will bring "world-class companies" such as Deloitte. But at a council meeting in 2020, residents and business owners called the project "heartless."

In response, SJP Properties noted that it had tried to listen to the community’s feedback while working closely with the town’s representatives and experts to "solidify a plan" that reflects both Morristown’s redevelopment objectives and the demands of the market.

M Station is part of Morristown's larger redevelopment master plan. Town officials said that once completed, the area should generate about $1 million in annual tax revenue, which is 4½ times more than the current revenue. The project will contribute $950,000 to Morristown’s affordable-housing requirement.

The project's two buildings are designed to achieve LEED certification, which ensures buildings are "highly efficient and cost-saving, green structures." The buildings will be bridged by a 1,000-car parking structure that will be constructed in two phases and include public parking for the development’s on-site retail. For recreation, a 45-foot-wide Morris Street Promenade will be included for outdoor leisure and entertainment.

Officials anticipate that the area will attract about 1,000 people during the day.

Jessie Gomez is a local reporter for DailyRecord.com and NorthJersey.com. For unlimited access to the most important news from your local community, please subscribe or activate your digital account today.

Morristown Happenings: Things to Do in and Around Morristown This Weekend; Sept. 30 - Oct 2

MORRIS COUNTY, NJ - There are plenty of fall fun activities happening this weekend! Check out what we've found....... Have a great weekend everyone!Friday September 30Morristown Shred Event; Morristown Town Hall Parking Lot; 9am - 12pmSign Up for FREE Morristown NewsletterMorristown Girls Soccer vs Morris HIlls; Greystone Cen...

MORRIS COUNTY, NJ - There are plenty of fall fun activities happening this weekend! Check out what we've found....... Have a great weekend everyone!

Friday September 30

Morristown Shred Event; Morristown Town Hall Parking Lot; 9am - 12pm

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Morristown Girls Soccer vs Morris HIlls; Greystone Central Park; 4pm

Morristown Tennis vs Montville at Montville High School; 4pm

Morristown Boys Soccer vs Chatham at Chatham Courgar Field; 7pm

The Troubadour Concert Series presents Tom Chapin; Morristown Unitarian Fellowship; 7:30pm

Opening NIght: An Evening with Renee Elise Goldsberry; Mayo Performing Arts Center; 8pm

Kaki King: Modern Yesterdays; Bickford Theatre at the Morris Museum; 8pm

The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey presents The Caretaker; Drew University; 8pm

Saturday October 1

Tennis Morris County Tournament; Morristown vs TBA at CCM; 8am

Morris Plains Wellness Day; Community Center at Jim Fear Drive in Morris Plains; 8am - 11am

Morris Plains Towns Wide Garage Sale (Rain or Shine); Map can be found HERE

The Morris Plains Farmers Market; 771 Speedwell Avenue in Morris Plains; 9am - 1pm

Urban Farm Stand; 31 Hazel Street in Morristown; 9:30am - 2pm

Annual Car Show in Madison; 10am - 5pm

The Butterflies of Mud with Museum of Early Trades & Crafts; during Bottle Hill Day; 10am - 5pm (Free)

Fall Farm Fun; Fosterfields; 10am - 3pm

Morristown High School Tours in Celebration of the 50th Anniversary; 11am - 2pm

Victorian Morristown Walking Tour; Meet at Starbucks in Morristown; 11am (reservations required)

Morristown Walking Tour; Bones and Stones; Meet at 6 Court Street; 11:30 (reservations required)

1st Annual Community Unity Festival to Combat Bias, Hate and Violence; Parking Lot of Bishop Nazery Way in Morristown; 12pm - 4pm

Food, Wine & Brew Fest at Bee Meadow Park; 12:30pm - 6pm

Oktoberfest at Hillside Hose Fire Company in Morristown; 2pm - 8pm

The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey presents The Caretaker; Drew University; 2pm & 8pm

Morristown Field Hockey vs Ridge at Ridge High School; 2pm

Morristown Boys Football vs Randolph at Morristown High School; 2:30pm

Morristown High School Homecoming Football Game; Morristown Turf; 2:30pm

Sunday October 2

Tennis Morris County Tournament; Morristown vs TBA at CCM; 8am

Morris Plains Towns Wide Garage Sale (Rain or Shine); Map can be found HERE

Morristown Farmers Market; Behind Spring and Morris Streets; 8:30am - 1pm

Fall Farm Fun; Fosterfields; 10am - 3pm

Blessing of the Animals; Church of the Redeemer in Morristown; 12pm

Live music with Stone Soup Symphony Orchestra; Morristown Green; 12pm - 1:30pm

Morristown Marketplace: Craft & Vendor Fair; Lawn of St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Morristown; 1pm - 6pm

Pumpkin Patch and Halloween Train Rides; all day

Blessing of the Animals; St. Peter's Church in Morristown; 2pm

The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey presents The Caretaker; Drew University; 2pm & 7:30pm

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Speedwell Public Art Unveiled in Morristown

(MORRISTOWN, NJ) -- On July 12, 2022, at 1:00pm, the Town of Morristown unveiled its newest public art piece at Open Space at Speedwell located at 51 Prospect Street next to the Modera 44 and Modera 55 apartments. Partner organizations Morris Arts, Topology, and CORE Creative Placemaking were among the attendees along with press, community members and others.This sculpture was part of an international selection process issued in June 2018, which chose and commissioned Nathan S. Pierce of Cape Girardeau, Missouri for the project in ear...

(MORRISTOWN, NJ) -- On July 12, 2022, at 1:00pm, the Town of Morristown unveiled its newest public art piece at Open Space at Speedwell located at 51 Prospect Street next to the Modera 44 and Modera 55 apartments. Partner organizations Morris Arts, Topology, and CORE Creative Placemaking were among the attendees along with press, community members and others.

This sculpture was part of an international selection process issued in June 2018, which chose and commissioned Nathan S. Pierce of Cape Girardeau, Missouri for the project in early 2019. After some delays due to the pandemic including material shortages, the sculpture was installed on the morning of July 12 and formally presented to the public shortly after.

Pierce shared, "I am thrilled and thankful that my work is going to be a permanent part of your community and help it grow in its new direction."

Pierce's piece entitled "Convergent" is an 8' x 7' x 7' stainless steel structure accented with light blue, amber and fluorescent green acrylic panels. Pierce pulled the drop cloth to reveal his sculpture and commented, "So, 'Convergent' – the idea behind the piece is, the circular forms they kind of bring the eye back in on itself in a few different ways and it also becomes a metaphor for how this development has become part of the community that it serves."

Public art is a distinguishing part of our public history and our evolving culture. It reflects and reveals our society, adds meaning to our cities and uniqueness to our communities. When speaking about the initiative and public art, Mayor Tim Dougherty shared,"...it's [art's] all part of our living culture–our thread that keeps everything together. We have been looking forward to this—we're so excited and we're so grateful that we're able to produce and be part of this unveiling and what it means to our community."

The ‘Convergent" sculpture is the second commissioned public art piece out of Morristown's One Percent for Art program which was started in 2015 and established by Morris Arts, a non-profit that works to promote art and culture in the community. One Percent for Art is an initiative that mandates that any new development in Morristown must provide for one percent of capital costs – up to $100,000 – to put toward installation and maintenance of exterior public art on, or adjacent to the property being developed. Morristown is among the first municipalities in New Jersey to institute this initiative.

From L to R: Principal of CORE Creative Placemaking Kadie Dempsey, Mayor Tim Dougherty, Morris Arts Executive Director Tom Werder, Artist Nathan S. Pierce and Topology Principal Chris Colley in front of newly revealed “Convergent” sculpture.

Morris Arts plans to host a larger community celebration event at the park as part of its upcoming 50th Anniversary.

A crossroads of culture and commerce, Morristown is a 2.8 square-mile community nestled in the center of northern New Jersey is home to 20,000 residents, a booming downtown historic district, and the first National Historic Park in the county, Morristown National Historical Park. Morristown is also home to Morristown Medical Center, northwest Jersey's only regional trauma center. The downtown has a full mixed-use business district, with restaurants & bars, shopping, and an award-winning Community Theater.

Located in Morristown, NJ, Morris Arts is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1973 dedicated to building community through the arts. Using the arts to inspire, connect and engage, Morris Arts serves as a resource for Morris County with a special focus on arts programming in the schools and in the community, arts advocacy, creative placemaking and support of the Morris Area community of artists and arts organizations.

Morristown’s parking authority sues NJ Transit over $1M demand to develop parking lot

Morristown’s parking authority filed suit Tuesday against NJ Transit over what it calls an “unreasonable demand” of $1 million to develop a parking lot behind the train station in to a mixed use “transit oriented” building.Parking authority officials cited a decade-long effort to redevelop the parking lot that it owns, but has a “restrictive covenant” by NJ Transit that it be used for public parking for the station.“We tried to resolve this amicably,” said Emily Kaller, an a...

Morristown’s parking authority filed suit Tuesday against NJ Transit over what it calls an “unreasonable demand” of $1 million to develop a parking lot behind the train station in to a mixed use “transit oriented” building.

Parking authority officials cited a decade-long effort to redevelop the parking lot that it owns, but has a “restrictive covenant” by NJ Transit that it be used for public parking for the station.

“We tried to resolve this amicably,” said Emily Kaller, an attorney for the Morristown Parking Authority. “The MPA would provide 72 spaces (in a development), but NJ Transit is seeking a financial component that’s caused the disagreement.”

MPA officials contend that paying NJ Transit $1 million, in addition to rising costs of construction materials would “stop the project in its tracks.” Morristown’s 2014 master plan designates the area around the train station as mixed-use residential and commercial development.

“We believe the additional cost of building would make it unfeasible,” Kaller said.

Spokeswoman Nancy Snyder said NJ Transit does not comment on pending litigation.

NJ Transit also has state mandates to increase revenue from either the outright sale of property or brokering agreements with developers for parking lots and other land around train stations known as transit-oriented development.

Through the Department of Transportation, NJ Transit and towns participate in a transit village program to provide incentives to develop mixed residential and commercial buildings near train stations and bus park and ride lots to reduce traffic by building housing in walking distance of public transit.

Morristown was designated a Transit Village under the DOT program in 1999 and one building was constructed in 2006 on a former parking lot adjacent to the train station. A similar project is under construction on the site of a former strip mall near the station.

“It is disappointing and untenable that a project the MPA and the town have worked on for many years, for the betterment of the public good, can be stifled and unable to move forward because of such unreasonable demands by a fellow public body” said Anthony Lucia, MPA Chairman, in a statement.

At one point, MPA, Morristown and developers considered acquiescing to NJ Transit’s demands, because the project would be able to absorb such payment, but higher construction costs made that “financially infeasible,” MPA officials said.

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