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You must be a registered voter in order to apply. A voter may apply for a Mail-In Ballot by mail up to 7 days prior to the election. They may also apply in person to the Essex County Clerk until 3 p.m. the day before the election. Note also that voters have an option of indicating on an application for a Mail-In Ballot that they would prefer to receive a ballot for each election that takes place during the remainder of the calendar year. Voters now have the option to automatically receive a Mail-In Ballot for each General Election. If such voter no longer wants this option, the Essex County Clerk's office must be notified in writing.
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July 2016Main Street has been closed since July 13th. It will remain closed for approximately one (1) month with a detour in place.DETOUR:Main Street Northbound: at Millburn Ave turn right and proceed east until the intersection of Essex Street (Annie Sez), turn left and proceed west on Essex Street. At third traffic light, turn right and precede north on Main Street/Old Short Hills Road.
Main Street Southbound: at Essex Street turn right and proceed west until Douglas Street. Turn left on Douglas Street (Fire Station) and proceed south to Millburn Avenue. At Millburn Avenue, turn left and proceed west until first traffic light. At first traffic light, turn night and proceed south on Main Street.
-Complete milling of Main Street-Demolition of sidewalk on Main Street -Set stone base for sidewalk and started forming and pouring some areas with concrete-Electrical conduits were dug and placed for future underground wiring-Drainage system was installed -Continuation of curbs and sidewalks being framed and poured with concrete. -During this same period of time various utilities conducted work in the Main Street area: PSE&G: Gas main from Millburn Ave to Essex Street being replaced with gas modernization system JCP&L: Placing 3 telephone poles (2 on Main, 1 on the corner of Main and Millburn)NJAW: Work to relocate two fire hydrants
August 2016-Demolition of sidewalk on Main Street -Set stone base for sidewalk and started forming and pouring some areas with concrete-During this same period of time various utilities conducted work in the Main Street area: PSE&G: Finished gas modernization system from Millburn Ave to Essex Street JCP&L: Placed 2 telephone poles on Main Street and 1 on the corner of Main Street and Millburn Ave NJAW: Replaced two fire hydrants, one at the corner by Starbucks and the one on the corner by Fiamma-Curbs and sidewalks were framed and poured with concrete -Lighting foundations and conduits were placed-Pouring of roadway on Main Street between Starbucks and Charlie Brown’s from center line to Charlie Brown’s side of Main St. -Demolition and preparation of sidewalk on Millburn Ave During this same period of time New Jersey American Water moved and replaced an existing hydrant-Formed and poured concrete road way on Main Street-Framed curbs and sidewalks and poured with concrete on Main Street and Millburn Ave-Formed bump outs on Essex Street and Main Street-Placed conduits and foundation for lighting fixtures-Poured concrete roadway on Main Street-Framed curbs and sidewalks and poured with concrete on Main Street, Essex Street and Millburn Ave-Opened Main Street-Placed conduits and foundation for lighting fixtures-Framed curbs and sidewalks and poured with concrete on Main Street, Essex Street and Millburn Ave
September 2016-Opening of Main Street-Striping on Main Street roadway-Continuing to demo and prepare new sidewalks along Millburn Ave-Pouring concrete sidewalk and curbs on Millburn Ave-Preparing to set basalt pavers -Completed pouring concrete sidewalk and curbs on north side of Millburn Ave down to the entrance of Town Hall-Completed new parking lot entrance by Dunkin Donuts-Set basalt pavers on Millburn Ave-Poured foundation for lighting conduits-Relocated the Parking pay-station next to Dunkin Donuts-Continuing to demo and prepare new sidewalks along Millburn Ave-Pouring concrete sidewalk and curbs on Millburn Ave-Completed pouring concrete sidewalk and curbs on north side of Millburn Ave down to the entrance of Town Hall-Completed new parking lot entrance by Dunkin Donuts-Set basalt pavers on Millburn Ave-Poured foundation for lighting conduits-Relocated the Parking pay-station next to Dunkin Donuts-Continuing to demo and prepare new sidewalks along Millburn Ave-Pouring concrete sidewalk and curbs on Millburn Ave-Continuing to demo and prepare new sidewalks along the south side of Millburn Ave-Installed drain inlets on the south side of Millburn Ave-Set basalt pavers on Main Street-Installed ADA ramps and curbing on Main Street corners
October 2016-Completed pouring concrete sidewalk and curbs along the south side of Milllburn Ave from Schultz to Haagen Daz-Installed lighting conduits on the south side of Millburn Ave-Stripped roadway on Main Street-Installed ADA ramps and curbing on Main Street corners-Setting granite sections on Main Street-Installed all traffic signal bases on Main Street-Installed drain inlets on the south side of Millburn Ave-Completed pouring concrete sidewalk and curbs along the south side of Milllburn Ave from Schultz to Haagen Daz -Set granite corner stone’s on Main Street-Completed pouring concrete for existing corners on Millburn Ave and Main Street-Installed conduits and drainage in front of School House Plaza-Poured concrete sidewalk and curb in front of School House Plaza-Set granite and millstone at Fiamma Pizza and handy cap ramp at Starbucks-Installed new custom benches on Main Street -Completed setting basalt pavers on the south side of Millburn Ave -Installed drainage along driveways on Millburn Ave -Installed curbing and conduits west of Town Hall-Poured concrete sidewalk and curb in front of School House Plaza and Pet Store-Opened parking on both sides of Millburn Ave from Lot #5 to Main Street-Installed conduits and drainage from Town Hall to Spring Street -Poured concrete curb and sidewalk west of Town Hall-Set granite and millstones at Starbucks, Design Hub, and Charlie Brown’s corners
November 2016-Installed midblock granite sections on Millburn Ave -Installed conduits and drainage from Town Hall to Spring Street -Poured concrete curb and sidewalk west of Town Hall-Demolition and milling of sidewalk west of the Pet Shop to Spring Street -Setting granite pavers at Design Hub and Charlie Brown’s-Milling, paving and striping of Millburn Ave from Spring Street to Main Street -Installed conduits and drainage from Pet Store to Spring Street-Finished curbs and pouring of sidewalk from Pet Store to Spring Street-Filled planting beds with top soil-Pouring concrete sidewalk from Clemenza’s to Spring St -Installed ADA ramp on the southeast (Verizon Building) corner of Spring St and Millburn Ave -Installed pavers at the Crepe corner -Completed grouting of midblock granite sections and pavers on Millburn Ave -Filled planting beds with seasonal planting -Milled Town Hall parking lot for new road
December 2016-Completed pouring curbs and sidewalk at the Gotham corner-Installed pavers, benches and handy cap ramp on the Crepe corner -Filled planting beds with seasonal planting -Demolition of the new road by Town Hall is on-going-Complete curbs along new road -Completing grouting along Millburn Ave and all corners
January and February 2017-Completed curbs along new road-Poured majority of sidewalk along new road-Grading new road-Installing additional benches and traffic lights-Saw-cutting sidewalk along new road -Completed construction for improved circulation in parking Lot 5-Installed street lights throughout the downtown area-Completed pouring sidewalk along new road
Fire suppression systems-sprinklers, standpipes, fire extinguishers and kitchen hood suppression systems all fall into this category and are required to be serviced/inspected annually. A service report from a servicing vendor is required to be forwarded to the Fire Prevention Division.
1. Property address which solar system is installed2. Name, address and contact information of the property owner (if different than occupant)3. The year the system was installed4. Number of photovoltaic system arrays5. Number of panels6. Location of solar photovoltaic system disconnect(s)7. Name, address and contact information of the installer responsible for service.
2. Residents without a permit who park in the train lots on a weekend and are “stranded” in the city are required to do the same.
Any residents who have long term visitors are required to go to the Traffic Department at the police station and log the visitor information.
Submit a complaint by going to the RequestTracker link on the homepage, or call the Recreation Department at (973) 564-7097.
All offices are located at Town Hall, 375 Millburn Ave, Millburn NJ.
Program Supervisor Chris Myers firstname.lastname@example.org (973) 564-7750 office is at the Bauer Community Center.
•Plastics 1, 2 and 5 •Glass •Bi-metal and aluminum cans •Corrugated (cardboard) •Mixed paper. View disposal instructions for common household items by using the Recycle Coach web application.
•Commercial or bulky waste •Grocery bags •Polystyrene (Styrofoam) – but can be recycled at the Public Works Yard •Plastic wrap, film plastics, and cellophane •Plastic bags •Food waste •Vegetative waste •Paper/foam plates and cups, tissues, paper towels •CFC-containing appliances •Electric scrap, such as alkaline batteries and light bulbs
Items should be placed loosely in the bin, with no plastic bags, and must be clean and dry. Single Stream recycling stickers can be picked up at the Dept. of Public Works and Town Hall. Blue or otherwise-designated recycling bins should be used to clearly distinguish recycled goods from ordinary household waste.
For a list of town roads by zone, view the Public Works Pamphlet, page 5. Public Works Pamphlet
You can mail a self-addressed stamped envelope requesting the form & instructions to: Essex County Board of Taxation 50 South Clinton Street, Suite 5200 East Orange, NJ 07018
Or you can download the forms & instructions at: www.essextaxboard.com
The filing deadline is April 1st of each year.