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Morristown mourns death of former Council President Sandi Mayer

Lucas FrauFormer Morristown Council President Sandi Mayer, who was a town council member from 2019 until 2023, died on Monday.Many were heartbroken to hear about her passing incl...

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Former Morristown Council President Sandi Mayer, who was a town council member from 2019 until 2023, died on Monday.

Many were heartbroken to hear about her passing including Congressman Josh Gottheimer who posted on X, formerly Twitter, sending his condolences: "She was a fierce and stalwart advocate for democracy, women’s health, the US-Israel relationship, and the Jewish community in North Jersey. May her memory be a blessing."

U.S. Rep. Mikie Sherrill, NJ-11, posted: "This week, our community lost a brilliant leader and committed public servant in Sandi Mayer. Throughout the years, I had the privilege of knowing and working with Sandi."

The Morris County Democratic Committee tweeted: "Sandi was a fierce fighter, even once publicly vowing to be 'hell in heels' to push for what she believed was right in her community."

A cause of death has not yet been publicly released. A celebration of Mayer's life will be held on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. at the Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ in Whippany.

Mayer was a member of the Moms Demand Action, a group that advocates for gun reform legislation, co-chair for the Morris County Democratic Committee Elected Caucus and was going to be the chairperson of the new Morris County Democratic Committee Jewish Caucus. She also was a member of Friends of Footes Pond Woods, a grassroots organization dedicated to the preservation of that Morristown pond.

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On her website, it stated she was an advocate for responsible construction and development, wanted to establish volunteer parks and playground commissions and was a supporter of "maintaining the character and charm of our downtown district while promoting and supporting our new and existing businesses."

She had deep connections with the town she served as she was a resident of Morristown for 32 years.

She lost the primary for the Fourth Ward council seat last June to Chris Russo, a member of the Morristown Planning Board.

Morris Teen Gets Thousands Of Dollars' Worth Of Donations For Local Veterans

MORRISTOWN, NJ — A Morristown teenager’s fundraiser to fill a World War II-era Jeep with items for veterans received over $1,300 in monetary contributions, and filled several vehicles with donations from the community.Nicholas Heusel and his mom Michele said the contributions from neighbors, the Morris School District community, and other supporters ended up filling two rooms of their house, and totaled close to $7,000 worth of items."It surpassed my expectations," he said of the drive. "I think it we...

MORRISTOWN, NJ — A Morristown teenager’s fundraiser to fill a World War II-era Jeep with items for veterans received over $1,300 in monetary contributions, and filled several vehicles with donations from the community.

Nicholas Heusel and his mom Michele said the contributions from neighbors, the Morris School District community, and other supporters ended up filling two rooms of their house, and totaled close to $7,000 worth of items.

"It surpassed my expectations," he said of the drive. "I think it went really well."

The Morristown High School junior, whose grandfather served in World War II, launched the "Help Me Fill a Willy's Jeep" campaign earlier this year to support veterans receiving care at the Lyons VA Hospital.

The Willys MB was used by the U.S. Army and the Allied forces in World War II — including by Michele's father, Dr. Robert Newhouse of Florham Park. Newhouse served with the 78th Infantry Division during the Battle of the Bulge, and will celebrate his 100th birthday later this year.

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Michele said that after Nicholas publicized the fundraiser through the Morris School District district and talked with Patch in February, Nicholas was flooded with supportive emails from supporters and messages from Amazon donors.

"Somebody would say, 'My father was in the Battle of the Bulge,' and 'Thank you Nick, you rock," she said. "Just things to root him on and keep encouraging and motivating him. It was really amazing. People really wanted to give back and help."

Nicholas is a member of the New Jersey Military Transport Association, and several group members brought their Willys Jeeps to join a more modern Jeep Wrangler and a Jeep Gladiator for a drive to the Lyons VA Medical Center several weeks ago.

They loaded up the vehicles with items for veterans receiving care throughout the medical center, including: Snacks and cereal, coffee and creamer, two coffee makers, clothing, slippers, blankets, activity books and other arts materials, and Dunkin' gift cards.

"It was great having the amount of support that I did, especially from my parents, the school, the MTA club, and the community to really make it a great fund drive," Nicholas told Patch.

Michele her high school friend Andrea Antonelli, who is Parade Chairwoman for the MTA,, drove some of the food donations up a week before in a Humvee.

The non-profit Military Transport Association preserves military vehicles and their history, holds its own events for veterans, and participates in parades throughout the state. They also host an annual military vehicle show and swap meet in Augusta — which is coming up on April 27 and 28. The MTA was founded in 1972.

MTA president Gary Schultz was one of the members who went with Nicholas, Michele, and other volunteers to drive the boxes and bags full of items up to the Medical Center.

"When (Nick) came up with the 'Fill a Willy's Jeep' idea, I thought that it was a really ambitious effort to help our veterans," said Schultz, who has been a member of the organization for 42 years.

Schultz said Nicholas "has been very instrumental and active" in many events since he joined with his parents three years ago. And, Schultz mentioned that making an Amazon wish list to help veterans is something that older members had not yet thought of.

"For a younger member like Nicholas to think of these new, innovative ways to raise donation supplies, it really worked out," he said.

NJ Artists Invited to Submit Proposals For New Art Installation in Morristown

MORRISTOWN, NJ – The Town of Morristown, in collaboration with Morris Arts, is calling all New Jersey artists to create public artwork at a critical gateway to the Town. The project will be the third under Morristown’s Percent for Art program, in which redevelopment projects contribute 1% of the cost of construction to a local art project.The installation will be located along Market and Bank Streets, and will be funded by the Town’s One Percent For Arts initiative, which allocates one percent of construction costs (...

MORRISTOWN, NJ – The Town of Morristown, in collaboration with Morris Arts, is calling all New Jersey artists to create public artwork at a critical gateway to the Town. The project will be the third under Morristown’s Percent for Art program, in which redevelopment projects contribute 1% of the cost of construction to a local art project.

The installation will be located along Market and Bank Streets, and will be funded by the Town’s One Percent For Arts initiative, which allocates one percent of construction costs (up to $100,000) in Morristown’s redevelopment zones to be used towards a public art project.

The location for the installation is a block at the heart of downtown Morristown that will draw the attention of tens of thousands of residents and visitors to Morristown each day. Within the block are four potential canvases offering opportunities for murals, sculpture and more. These canvases include public plaza spaces, as well as walls and building facades.

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“We are excited to see the creative visions that artists will bring to Morristown through the newest One Percent for Art project”, said Mayor Tim Dougherty “This program exemplifies the transformative power of art and its ability to inspire, provoke thought, and bring people together”

The goal of this project is twofold, said town officials. First, the artist should aspire to create a signature piece of artwork, that enhances Morristown’s artistic reputation and speaks to the energy, movement, and transformation of Morristown. Second, the art itself should be viewed by the community as a destination in and of itself, as well as contributing to and accentuating the overall aesthetic of the surrounding area. The artist will have latitude in their choice of medium and design specifics of their work.

Artist submissions can be made through CAFÉ- Call For Entry, and the Request for Proposals can be accessed here: https://bit.ly/morristownart.

Submissions are due on June 21, 2024. The project must be completed within one year of award, said officials.

Submissions will then be judged by a group of artists and stakeholders. The selected artist will work closely with Morris Arts and the Town to create an installation which will become a permanent fixture of Morristown’s landscape. The budget for the project is $170,000.

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All RFPs will be reviewed by a designated committee of project stakeholders. After the initial review, up to three finalists will be recommended. Finalists will receive a $500 honorarium and will be invited to submit a formal site-specific proposal for the project.

Morristown's M Station development hits milestone with 'topping out'

Redevelopment continues at a brisk pace in Morristown. The latest milestone arrived this week as developers celebrated the "topping out" of the final phase of construction at the M Station project in the downtown area.A lynchpin of Morristown's ongoing redevelopment plan − which brought a new Valley National Bank headqu...

Redevelopment continues at a brisk pace in Morristown. The latest milestone arrived this week as developers celebrated the "topping out" of the final phase of construction at the M Station project in the downtown area.

A lynchpin of Morristown's ongoing redevelopment plan − which brought a new Valley National Bank headquarters to town last year − M Station consists of two buildings on Morris Street, about a block from the Morristown Green and near the New Jersey Transit station.

Professional services company Deloitte currently occupies the 6-story M Station East, which was completed in July 2022. The accounting firm brought almost 1,500 employees from its previous location in Parsippany. Pharma giant Sanofi, meanwhile, has signed a lease to occupy the seven-story M Station West and move 1,900 employees from its Bridgewater offices when construction is completed in the first quarter of 2025.

On Thursday, M Station builder SJP Properties, in partnership with Scotto Properties, announced the "topping out" of M Station West, referring to the completion of the building's steel infrastructure

"The topping out of M Station West is a landmark moment in redefining the modern workplace across New Jersey,” said Steve Pozycki, CEO of Parsippany-based SJP. “State-of-the-art, vertically integrated buildings are attracting the most influential corporations in the world. Sanofi joins Deloitte and Valley Bank, which celebrated its grand opening at our new Speedwell Avenue property this fall."

Sanofi moved "from a sprawling, multi-building suburban campus," the announcement said. Valley National Bank, meanwhile, traded in its longtime home in Wayne for a building near the Morristown Green that features retail shops on the ground level, with the bank's 660 employees occupying the five floors above.

"These tenants are turning to SJP for property solutions in amenity-rich locations with unrivaled aesthetics and the most advanced infrastructures ever built in the state,” said Pozycki.

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When completed, the M Station complex will include a 1,000-car parking structure with EV stations, a landscaped rooftop with wellness areas for yoga and outdoor movement classes and ground-floor retail and dining, according to the developers.

Both M Station buildings are set back 45 feet from Morris Street, creating a 10,000-square-foot landscaped promenade and two public plazas with seating.

The project is a piece of the town's redevelopment master plan. Town officials said that once completed, the area should generate about $1 million in annual tax revenue, about 4½ times more than what the owners currently pay. The new complex replaced the Midtown Shopping Center, displacing businesses such as Burger King, Cluck-U-Chicken and the Morris Pizzeria. Cluck-U-Chicken has since relocated to South Street.

As part of the M Station plan, Morristown also constructed a roundabout to improve traffic flow at the intersection of Morris and Spring streets between M Station and the Morristown Green. Redevelopment area bonds were issued to cover the $3.5 million cost, Morristown Administrator Jillian Barrick said in 2022, when construction began.

"I am thrilled to welcome Sanofi to its new headquarters in Morristown," Morristown Mayor Tim Dougherty said in Wednesday's announcement. "SJP and Scotto Properties have successfully executed our vision of a project, which would invigorate our business district, attract leading-edge companies and reinforce our position as one of the top towns in the country to live and work.”

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

PBS Series Shines Spotlight On Morristown's Historic Past

MORRISTOWN, NJ — The public is invited to the debut screening of the PBS series "Travels with Darley" on Feb. 18 at the Morris Museum, which will feature three new episodes concentrating on New Jersey American Revolution locations, including one in Morristown."Revolutionary Road Trips" will premiere this winter in the Emmy Award-winning "Travels with Darley" series on NJ PBS and nationally.Tickets for the event can be purchased online through the ...

MORRISTOWN, NJ — The public is invited to the debut screening of the PBS series "Travels with Darley" on Feb. 18 at the Morris Museum, which will feature three new episodes concentrating on New Jersey American Revolution locations, including one in Morristown.

"Revolutionary Road Trips" will premiere this winter in the Emmy Award-winning "Travels with Darley" series on NJ PBS and nationally.

Tickets for the event can be purchased online through the Morris Museum website.

This screening event is sponsored in collaboration with the Morris County Economic Development Alliance and the Tourism Bureau's 250th Anniversary Committee.

Former Commissioner Director John Krickus was interviewed by show presenter Darley Newman while filming in Morristown in the summer of 2023 and is scheduled to appear in the episode.

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Newman has been globetrotting for the past 15 years, from Botswana to Belgium to Bowling Green, Kentucky, highlighting lesser-known destinations for travelers to explore. The latest season focuses on several significant locations across New Jersey, known as the Crossroads of the American Revolution, in three half-hour episodes.

Featured sites encompass Morristown, Morris County, Monmouth Battlefield, Somerset, Middlesex Counties, Trenton, Washington Crossing and Princeton.

Through the never-before-seen content, attendees will experience places in New Jersey where colonial history comes to life. Viewers will learn about historic pubs, restaurants and homes George Washington and Alexander Hamilton visited, as well as key battlefields, parks, museums and encampment sites.

Newman will also share local spots where you can taste history through unique New Jersey products like Revolutionary Beer and Laird’s Applejack, America’s oldest family of distillers.

The public screening, which will be followed by a Q&A discussion, is scheduled to begin at 2 p.m. on Feb. 18 at the Morris Museum.

The Morris Museum, founded in 1913 and housed on 8.5 sylvan acres in Morris Township since the mid-1960s, attracts visitors from all over the region to its dynamic and acclaimed art exhibitions and performing arts events.

Here is the schedule to watch “Travels with Darley’s” new season on NJ PBS.

These episodes will also repeat on March 10, 24 and 31 at 12:30 p.m., officials said.

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