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Cheer for Roxbury/Mt. Arlington Veterans Aboard Saturday's 'Veteran's Cruise'

ROXBURY, NJ – Roxbury residents are being asked to help the township pay tribute this Saturday to veterans aboard the annual “Miss Lotta” Veteran’s Cruise on Lake Hopatcong.For Roxbury folks wishing to do so, the township is setting up a special viewing station at the Shore Hills Country Club (SHCC) in Landing. The club is at 195 Mt. Arlington Blvd., across from the Landing Market.“There, residents can cheer for the veterans aboard the 11:30 a.m. cruise, which includes veterans from both Roxbury an...

ROXBURY, NJ – Roxbury residents are being asked to help the township pay tribute this Saturday to veterans aboard the annual “Miss Lotta” Veteran’s Cruise on Lake Hopatcong.

For Roxbury folks wishing to do so, the township is setting up a special viewing station at the Shore Hills Country Club (SHCC) in Landing. The club is at 195 Mt. Arlington Blvd., across from the Landing Market.

“There, residents can cheer for the veterans aboard the 11:30 a.m. cruise, which includes veterans from both Roxbury and Mt. Arlington,” said the township. “The boat arrives at this viewing location at approximately 12:30 p.m.”

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The township said its “tribute to the Veterans” will feature Succasunna resident Andrew Darling singing Lee Greenwood’s song “I’m Proud to Be An American.”

Attendees will include members of the Roxbury Township Council, local Scouts, friends and family of the veterans on the cruise and some Roxbury High School cheerleaders. “All are welcome to join this group to cheer on the veterans as they cruise up to the SHCC dock,” the township said.

Those wishing to attend are asked to arrive by noon at Shore Hills Country Club Beach and proceed to the dock area. “Get in the patriotic spirit and wear red, white and blue!” advised the township!”

Parking will be available at the nearby Rich Zoschak Park at 83 Vail Road and the Shore Hills Country Club banquet hall at 8 Morse Place.

Lakefront residents are being asked to decorated their docks with flags and banners and to cheer and wave as Miss Lotta goes past their properties.

Those with questions are asked to call Michele O’Halloran at Roxbury Town Hall at 973-448-2002.

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Mt. Arlington Trail Not Just a Mt. Arlington Thing

Trailhead for Mt. Arlington's Lake Rogerene TrailsA sign on Roxbury's Ice Age Trail in Orben ParkPhoto Credit: Roxbury Recreation By Fred J. AunROXBURY, NJ – There's a reason Roxbury Councilwoman Jaki Albrecht plans to attend tomorrow's ribbon-cutting ceremony for a trail system in Mount Arlington: The meandering pathways benefit Roxbury too.Mount Arlington’s Lake Rogerene Trails system, to be celebrated 9 a.m. at the pathway's trailhead, interchanges ...

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A sign on Roxbury's Ice Age Trail in Orben ParkPhoto Credit: Roxbury Recreation

By Fred J. Aun

ROXBURY, NJ – There's a reason Roxbury Councilwoman Jaki Albrecht plans to attend tomorrow's ribbon-cutting ceremony for a trail system in Mount Arlington: The meandering pathways benefit Roxbury too.

Mount Arlington’s Lake Rogerene Trails system, to be celebrated 9 a.m. at the pathway's trailhead, interchanges deep in the woods with Roxbury's 1.3-mile Ice Age Trail at Orben Park. In fact, the Lake Rogerene Trails trailhead is situated on Orben Drive right up the road from the trailhead for the Ice Age Trail.

Both trails wind through the hilly woods northwest of Lake Rogerene and east of Shippenport Road.

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Albrecht said she recently joined Mount Arlington Mayor Michael Stanzilis and other Mount Arlington officials in a Zoom discussion about trails. She said the connection between the two municipalities’ pathways was mentioned in the chat.

“This gives a great opportunity to residents of Mount Arlington and Roxbury to see all the great natural features up there, especially in winter when the views open up,” Albrecht said.

The ribbon-cutting for Roxbury's Ice Age Trail took place in May 2014.

The Mount Arlington trail system cost about $378,000 to preserve as open space. About $297,000 of that came from a Morris County Trails Grant Program.

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Home rule wins again: Roxbury-Mt. Arlington consolidation study ends

Despite claims it found a path to save $100 million in taxpayer dollars over the next decade, a state-authorized commission to study a merger of Roxbury and Mount Arlington met for the last time Wednesday in Roxbury.Craig Heard, chairman of the Roxbury-Mount Arlington Consolidation Study Commission, said after more than five years of work, the commission was unable to muster interest in consolidation among elected leaders or residents.In August, Heard said the commission, authorized by the New Jersey Department o...

Despite claims it found a path to save $100 million in taxpayer dollars over the next decade, a state-authorized commission to study a merger of Roxbury and Mount Arlington met for the last time Wednesday in Roxbury.

Craig Heard, chairman of the Roxbury-Mount Arlington Consolidation Study Commission, said after more than five years of work, the commission was unable to muster interest in consolidation among elected leaders or residents.

In August, Heard said the commission, authorized by the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs Local Finance Board in 2014, had hit "a brick wall" and would seek an extension to continue its work until December 2020.

"The local board did not grant them the one-year extension they requested," said Roxbury Mayor Robert DeFillippo, a consolidation opponent.

Wednesday, the commission called a halt to the effort, voting by resolution to dissolve at the end of the year.

"The Consolidation Commission I chaired for over 4 1/2 years completes our mission," Heard wrote in a social-media post on Thursday. "Now it is time for Roxbury and Mount Arlington to use our study reports as a blueprint to find shared services that can be implemented to reduce property taxes for the residents."

Following the guidelines of the Municipal Consolidation Act of 2007, the process began in 2012, when groups from Roxbury and Mount Arlington formed and each collected more than 400 signatures from the respective municipalities.

The petitions moved the Local Finance Board in 2014 to approve their application calling for the creation of a commission to study a possible consolidation.

Heard in August said the commission was "so darn close" to producing a study he feels will project annual savings to the combined towns, ranging from $9.2 million per year, based on their own calculations, to $11.8 million annually, based on a recent independent CPA study ordered by the commission.

But sticking points in the complex state statute guiding the formal consolidation process stalled the efforts. The primary problem, Heard said, are rules regarding the equal distribution of consolidation savings.

"If we consolidated using the commission's numbers of 9.2%, Roxbury would have an 8% reduction in property taxes and Mount Arlington would have a 10% reduction," Heard explained. "That's great, except the statute requires you to equalize the taxes for both municipalities. And when Mount Arlington goes into Roxbury, the equalization doesn't create any savings for Mount Arlington."

The mayors of both towns questioned the commission's findings, as did many residents who expressed opposition in public meetings and on social media.

DeFilippo said the equalization rules would effectively negate the savings to Roxbury's 23,000 residents, to the benefit of 5,000 Mount Arlington residents.

"That's Craig's claim: If we could only eliminate equalization, then we could claim all these savings," DeFillippo said. "There's a reason why equalization is in there, to make sure each town pays its fair share, that it is equitably distributed."

"I have several concerns. One is the study itself, and the other is: Does Mount Arlington need this or want this?" Mount Arlington Mayor Michael Stanzilis said. "Clearly, Mount Arlington does not want this, and the people are angry that this is even being foisted on them."

Heard also stated at an Oct. 23 meeting of the commission that some of its volunteer members "were attacked online, publicly and had their businesses attacked."

"We started doing shared services long before the commission got involved," DeFillippo said. "We have other shared-service opportunities we are pursuing. I'm pleased the commission is now disbanded, and we can get back to running the communities for the residents."

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An Impromptu 'Drive for Hope' Visits Roxbury and Mt. Arlington

Photo Credit: Jimmy PelusioA car in Sunday's Drive for HopePhoto Credit: Jimmy PelusioPhoto Credit: Jimmy PelusioA car in Sunday's Drive for HopePhoto Credit: Jimmy PelusioA car in Sunday's Drive for HopePhoto Credit: Jimmy PelusioA car in Sunday's Drive for HopePhoto Credit: Jimmy PelusioSuccasunna accountant Frank Sarinelli at Sunday's "Drive for Hope" tour through Roxbury and Mount ArlingtonPhoto Credit:...

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A car in Sunday's Drive for HopePhoto Credit: Jimmy Pelusio

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A car in Sunday's Drive for HopePhoto Credit: Jimmy Pelusio

Succasunna accountant Frank Sarinelli at Sunday's "Drive for Hope" tour through Roxbury and Mount ArlingtonPhoto Credit: Jimmy Pelusio

By Fred J. Aun

ROXBURY, NJ – About 10 area residents took a break from COVID-19 cabin fever on Sunday by hopping in their cars and slowly driving together through Mount Arlington and Roxbury in what they unofficially called a “Drive for Hope.”

Horns were honked. Loud music was played through open windows. Some cheer was delivered to neighborhoods that seemed to need it, said Jimmy Pelusio, one of the organizers.

“We just wanted to do something positive for the community,” he said.

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The friends met at Mount Arlington Public School at about 2 p.m. and embarked on a leisurely tour that lasted past 5 p.m., Pelusio said. Based on the reactions from people along the way, the Drive for Hope was worthwhile, he said.

“The support we got was incredible,” Pelusio said. “There were some people outside already. Some were out walking. People came out when they heard us come through”

Pelusio, who rumbled along in his 1992 Camaro, said some people approached – staying at least six feet away – to express thanks. “People were saying, ‘You made my day,’” he said. “There was so much positive. I’m telling you; it was a really great feeling.”

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