Tag: middletown

Tony Perry Sworn In As Middletown Township Committeeman

Tony Perry, 27, was unanimously selected by the Middletown Township Committee to fill the vacancy created by Stephen Massell’s resignation as the first order of business of the Committee’s meeting last night at Town Hall. Senator Joe Kyrillos issued the Read More

Amid U.S. Women’s Open Flap, ‘Defend Trump’ Counter-Rally Planned for Saturday in Bedminster

Donald Trump attracts controversy wherever he goes, Save Jerseyans, so when he attends the U.S. Women’s Open this weekend at his Bedminster golf course, a/k/a the “Summer White House,” anti-Trump protesters will reportedly turn out in force. There will be Read More

Middletown Township Reduces Spending and Property Taxes In 2017 Budget

The Middletown Township Committee will introduce a budget on Monday night that reduces Township spending by $161,459 and reduces the municipal tax rate by 3.49% “We’ve taken a fine tooth comb to this budget in order to develop a spending Read More

VIDEO: Hundreds of Trump Supporters Rally in Middletown, N.J.

Bashing routinely gets more attention, Save Jerseyans, but in slightly-red Monmouth County on Monday, hundreds of Trump backers lined Route 35 to loudly and proudly speak out in strong support of the new Republican President’s policies, particularly his hard stance against Read More

LD 13 Assembly Race Draws A Crowd As Scharfenberger Jumps In

Monmouth County Freeholder Serena DiMaso and Middletown Mayor Gerry Scharfenberger could be running mates for Assembly this fall. Suddenly there is a race for the 13th District Assembly seats currently held by Assembly Members Declan O’Scanlon and Amy Handlin. Middletown Read More

Mayor Scharfenberger: ACLU criticism of Middletown pro-law enforcement rally is absurd

photo via facebook Middletown Mayor Gerry Scharfenberger, Phd, said that the ACLU’s objection to the ceremony at Middletown High School South last week honoring law enforcement, fire, first aid and military personnel is “absurd” and inconsistent with the organizations mission Read More

Congressman Chris Smith’s remarks at the Middletown 9-11 Memorial

Congressman Chris Smith and Middletown Mayor Gerry Scharfenberger Everyone remembers where they were and what they were doing-I was in Washington chairing a Veteran’s Affairs Committee hearing-when a group of cowards hijacked airliners in order to perpetrate the worst act Read More

In Middletown, Presidential campaigns have to pay police overtime or go without protection

By Art Gallagher | MoreMonmouthMusings.com Democratic and Republican candidates for President of the United States will have to reimburse Middletown taxpayers for police overtime if they want the Township’s finest to control traffic and provide security for the fundraisers, according Read More