2024 Morris County Budget Adopted

2024 Morris County Budget Adopted

Prudent Planning and 8.8% Ratable Growth Offsets Costs The Morris County Board of County Commissioners unanimously adopted a 2024 Budget tonight, with no increase in the tax rate as funding expanded for public safety, infrastructure, human services, education and training and economic development.   View the Budget Presentation “Strong ratable growth and prudent financial planning…

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Table for 1 - Restaurants Accommodating Solo Dining Trend

Table for 1 – Restaurants Accommodating Solo Dining Trend

Long considered the ultimate social no-no, dining alone at a restaurant is losing its stigma. According to online reservation platform OpenTable, between 2022 and 2023 single-person reservations increased by 4%, making it one of the largest and fastest-growing dining segments in the U.S. Whether for business or pleasure, solo dining is something restaurant consumers – particularly…

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NJEDA Statewide Employee Ownership Program Information

NJEDA Statewide Employee Ownership Program Information

TRENTON, N.J. (April 1, 2024) – The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) today issued a Request for Information (RFI) seeking insight from firms and individuals with perspectives on the proven best practices, potential challenges and appropriate considerations relevant to the development of a Statewide Employee Ownership program. The information gathered through this RFI will…

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Morris County Honors Scott Moffitt

Morris County Honors Scott Moffitt

Morris County’s Board of County Commissioners presented a Resolution of Honor tonight to Scott Moffitt, the Superintendent of Morris County Vocational School District (MCVSD), who is departing after 20 years of service to the district. “You played a key role in shaping the success of the Morris County Vocational School District for 20 years. We’re sad to see…

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Movie crews return to Morristown street where Meryl Streep once starred

Movie Crews Return to Morristown Street Where Meryl Streep Once Starred

For the second time in about a quarter-century, Farragut Place in Morristown has become a movie location. On Monday, exteriors were filmed for an independent production, The History of Sound. Current street signs were removed and residents and their vehicles were replaced by extras in period costumes and antique cars, as the Historic District neighborhood was transformed…

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