• Afterglow Group Sues To Reverse Spectrum 360 Settlement

    First Ridge Alliance, a group of residents in the Afterglow neighborhood of Verona, has filed a suit to reverse the Town Council’s May 15 settlement with Spectrum 360. The suit was filed by Anne Studholme, a Roseland-based...

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  • Rep. Sherrill Holds Second Town Hall

    The questions ranged from SALT deductions to cannabis as Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill (D-NJ11) held her second town hall with her constituents. The crowd that gathered at Bloomfield Middle School was far smaller than Sherrill’s first town hall,...

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  • Town Settles, Reluctantly, Over Development Project

    The Verona Town Council held a special meeting on Wednesday that ended, just before midnight, with four of the five Council members reluctantly agreeing to a settlement on a large development project at Sunset and Bloomfield avenues...

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  • County Confirms McGrath, Roman As Winners Of Town Council Election

    Essex County election officials have confirmed that Christine McGrath has won a first term on the Verona Town Council and that current Councilman Alex Roman has been re-election to a second term. After the county added provisional...

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  • McGrath Wins Town Council Seat In Low Turnout Election

    Christine McGrath won a first term on the Verona Town Council amid a steep drop in voter turnout in Verona. The leading contender for the second seat appears to be Councilman Alex Roman, though provisional and write-in...

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  • Candidates File New Fundraising, Spending Reports

    The three Verona Town Council candidates who previously indicated that they intend to spend more than $5,100 on their campaigns have filed new reports with the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission (ELEC). Michael Nochimson’s R-1 report...

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  • Verona Debuts ‘Do Not Knock’ Registry

    Verona has joined a growing list of New Jersey towns tamping down on door-to-door commercial solicitation by implementing a “Do Not Knock” registry. You fill out a simple form and when a group registers to solicit business...

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  • What You Need To Know About the 2019 Town Council Election

    On Tuesday, May 14, Verona voters will go to the polls to fill two seats on the Verona Town Council. Current Councilman Alex Roman is up for re-election to a new four-year term, as is current Deputy...

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  • Town To Help Residents Buy Greener Energy

    Verona’s municipal government recently sent all residents a letter about a new program that will allow us to get our electricity from more sustainable sources and at a lower price than we now get from PSE&G. The...

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  • Town Council Candidates Question 5: Goals & Obstacles

    This is it: The final question for the five candidates running for Town Council in the May 14 election. Since early April, MyVeronaNJ.com has asked John Fio Rito, Christin McGrath, Michael Nochimson John Quattrocchi and Alex Roman...

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