EATONTOWN – A 37-year-old Red Bank man has been identified as the victim of a fatal Friday morning shooting in the borough. Shortly before 12:15 a.m. Friday, Eatontown police responded to the entrance of Country Club Apartments, at the corner of Tilton Avenue and Country Club Road, after shots were fired at the location, the Monmouth… Read the rest of this entry »Posted: July 13th, 2015 | Author: admin | Filed under: Eatontown, Monmouth County News, Monmouth County Prosecutor, Red Bank | Tags: Country Club Apartments, Eatontown, Rasheem Palmer, Red Bank, Shooting | Comments Off on Authorities identify man shot to death in Eatontown
Brenda Taylor, 69, died on Monday afternoon as a result of injuries sustained in an accidental fire in her Eatontown apartment during the early morning hours of Friday, April 10, according to a statement by Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher Gramiccioni.
Gramiccioni said that the fire at the Garrison Apartments, 3 Throckmorton Ave, has been ruled accidental following a joint investigation by the Prosecutor’s Office, Eatontown Police Department, Eatontown Fire Bureau, Monmouth County Fire Marshal’s Office. The fire originated in the electrical baseboard heater of the victim’s bedroom.admin | Filed under: Monmouth County | Tags: Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher Gramiccioni, Brenda Taylor, Eatontown, Eatontown Fire, Garrison Apartments, Jersey Shore Medical Center, Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office, St. Barnabas Medical Center | Comments Off on Eatontown fire claims 69 year old woman
Freeholder Lillian Burry and Mayors Michael Mahon (Oceanport), Gerry Turning (Tinton Falls) and Dennis Connelly (Eatontown) issued the following statement this afternoon regarding the Ebola quarantine facilities at Fort Monmouth. Burry and the mayors are members of the board of the Fort Monmouth Revitalization Agency (FMERA).
“As the only members of the FMERA board who are elected to office, we wish to clarify some of the recent articles on the proposal to house a quarantine facility at Fort Monmouth for those that are exposed to Ebola while outside the United States. Only those that returned to the U.S. through New Jersey and have no place to reside will potentially be placed in this facility. The articles further state that the Department of Human Services has a 6-month lease with FMERA to use the property which began on January 1st. The elected officials further stated that at no time did they ever vote on or approve such a lease. This lease was imposed on FMERA by the executive branch and was not vetted at a public meeting or voted on by the entire Board. The lease was actually signed by the Attorney General and was not supported by the Board as a whole.Art Gallagher | Filed under: Ebola, Fort Monmouth | Tags: Eatontown, Ebola, Ebola Quarantine, Fort Monmouth, Freeholder Lillian Burry, Mayor Dennis Connelly, Mayor Gerry Turning, Mayor Michael Mahon, Monmouth County, Oceanport, Tinton Falls | 3 Comments »
A top Christie Administration official told the Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Agency (FMERA) that they had no choice but to allocate 14 2 story living units in the Suneagles Golf Course area of the fort, located in Eatontown, for use as quarantine housing for travelers returning from West Africa who may have been exposed to Ebola, according to an official familiar with the situation who asked not to be named in this story.
Bruce Steadman, Executive Director of FMERA, and some members for the FMERA board resisted the Ebola quarantine facility being located at Fort Monmouth when they were approached by NJ Department of Human Services (DHS) Commissioner Jennifer Valez Esq. last fall. Michele Brown, then Chief Executive Officer of the New Jersey Economic Development Authority , informed Steadman that the quarantine facility was a fait accompli, according to the source.Art Gallagher | Filed under: Christie Administration, Earthquake, Ebola, FMERA, Fort Monmouth, Monmouth County | Tags: Dennis Connelly, Department of Human Services, DHS, Eatontown, Ebola, Ebola Quarantine, EDA, FMERA, Fort Monmouth, Fort Monmouth Economic Redevitalization Authority, Jennifer Velez, Michele Brown, NJ Economic Development Authority, NJ EDA | 6 Comments »
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Dennnis J. Connelly is the Mayor-elect of Eatontown.
On election night, the Republican Council President was trailing four term incumbent Mayor Gerald J. Tarantolo by one vote.
After the provisional ballots were counted on November 10, Connelly was leading by two votes, 1481 to 1479.
Connelly and Tarantolo each picked up on vote during the recount this morning. Connelly’s a provisional and Tarantolo’s a vote my mail ballot. The final count is 1482 Connelly to 1480 Tarantolo.
Connelly told MMM that Tarantolo congratulated him and assured a smooth transition.
Posted: November 24th, 2014 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Eatontown, Monmouth County | Tags: Dennis Connelly, Eatontown, Eatontown mayoral election, Gerald Tarantolo | 5 Comments »
Eatontown Council President Dennis J. Connelly, a Republican, appears to have thwarted Democratic Mayor Gerald J. Tarantolo’s bid for a 5th four year term as the borough’s mayor.
Tarantolo was leading the race by one vote after all the machine and vote by mail ballots were counted in the wee hours last Wednesday. This morning, Connelly picked up four votes when the provisional ballots were counted to Tarantolo’s one vote, leaving the final unofficial count 1,481 for Connelley and 1479 for Tarantolo.
Connelly told MMM that he expects the mayor to demand a recount. Tarantolo has until November 19th to file for a recount.
Of the 13 provisional ballots submitted on election day, 6 were disqualified and 2 did not have votes cast for mayor. Of the five qualified ballots, 4 cast votes for Connelly.Posted: November 10th, 2014 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: 2014 Elections, Eatontown, Monmouth County | Tags: Dennis Connelly, Dennis J.Connelly, Eatontown, Eatontown Mayors Election, Eatontown Mayors Race, Gerald J. Tarantolo, Monmouth County, New Jersey | 3 Comments »
The Monmouth County Clerk of Elections’ Office told MMM that if your Voter Registration Application is post marked today, October 14, your registration will be valid today. Postage is free, but if you go to the post office, ask the postal clerk to stamp a post mark on the application, just to be sure it is dated accurately.
You can also drop your application off at your municipal clerk’s office. Three Monmouth County towns have extended hours today to accommodate new voters. Eatontown is open until 8pm. Freehold Township is open till 7:30pm and Union Beach is open till 7pm.
The County Elections Offices at 300 Halls Mill Rd, Freehold, NJ is open until 9pm to accept Voter Registration Applications. Download the form here.Posted: October 14th, 2014 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Monmouth County, New Jersey, News | Tags: Eatontown, Freehold Township, Last day to register to vote, Monmouth County, Union Beach, Voter Registration | Comments Off on Today is the last day to register to vote on November 4
Amidst a summer awash in bad news, there is a very good news story I’m pleased to share regarding the redevelopment of Fort Monmouth; a topic I am asked about frequently. Since the fort was closed by the U.S. Army in 2005, I have been a member of both public-private agencies, led by the state, that first planned, and is now executing plans to transform the fort into a hub of recreation, commerce, technology, innovation, education, residential and retail use. Tangible results emerged last year and continue to increase this year. More are on the near horizon, bringing jobs, ratables and opportunities for the public to enjoy new open spaces and recreational options within the borders of Eatontown, Oceanport and Tinton Falls.
As the county’s representative, first on the Fort Monmouth Economic Redevelopment Planning Authority (FMERPA) and currently on the Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority (FMERA), I identified certain facilities and spaces for county use early on. Last year, the Monmouth County Department of Public Works and Engineering took over, refurbished and is now utilizing the fort’s former motor pool, bringing critical services including snow and storm damage removal closer to that region. The county Park System now runs the former teen center and pool, a beautiful facility. Programs initiated there last year have been well-attended and growing. This year, we opened the pool for classes. The reception and attendance have been outstanding. We hope to increase programs at the pool next summer. That’s just the beginning…admin | Filed under: Fort Monmouth, Lillian Burry, Monmouth County, Monmouth County Board of Freeholders | Tags: Eatontown, FMERA, Fort Monmouth, Fort Monmouth Economic Redevelopment Authority, Freeholder Director Lillian Burry, Lillian G. Burry, Monmouth County, Monmouth County Board of Freeholders, Oceanport, Tinton Falls | 5 Comments »