Responses From Candidates for Republican Township Committee Primary

May 23, 2017
At the beginning of May, CFR requested the views on six topics from the Republican candidates for the primary for the two contested Township Committee positions.  The deadline for responding was Sunday, May 21st.  Four people are running for the two available seats.  The team of John Albanese and Jonathan Heller chose to respond.  The team of Britt Simon and Wayne Borella chose not to respond  Read Full Story>>

Hunterdon County Economic Development Presentation

April 17, 2017
Mr. Mark Saluk, Director of the Hunterdon County Economic Development, recently presented a comprehensive strategy for the County at the April 3 Township Committee meeting.  Click Here  for more about the transformative model he believes will bring growth to Hunterdon while protecting the quality of life we value.

Affordable Housing Obligations & Background

May 1, 2017

Affordable housing is definitely a complex, and often confusing, topic. We wanted to bring you a simple document that helps clarify and de-mystify the issue. The more we tried to simplify it the more complicated it got. We've spent considerable time talking to experts on the subject to make sure that, in sorting through all the information, we remain accurate and on-point, and had several professional reviews of our drafts. We hope you'll find the resulting article helpful and useful. As we previously promised, we're also taking a close look at the proposal for the Nelson Street development and will share the results of our assessment when we're done. In the meantime, we ask you to stay abreast of conversations. Feel free to bring us questions and let us know how we're doing. Info@citizensforreadington.org Full Story>>

Readington Township Legal Fees

March 11, 2017

The complex legal cases involving the Solbergs continue to unfold slowly. Readington has been ordered to pay additional legal fees to the Solbergs, but it all hinges on the appeal.  More>>

Waypoint Update

March 10, 2017

The Township balanced community concerns with legal realities in accepting a settlement with Waypoint. Read more>>>

Nelson Street Assessment

May 16, 2017
Followers of CFR will know that we are very conservative about new development in town, especially on previously undeveloped property. We have been following the Township’s proposal to build affordable housing units at Nelson Street in Whitehouse Station; last October we shared an article on the Nelson Street tract and based on information available at the time we were supportive of the proposal (1). Since October there has been heightened discussion about state affordable housing (AH) mandates, and further hearings and information on the development. We are keenly aware of the opposition to it by some residents in the vicinity of the development. So it won’t surprise you that we’ve been taking a fresh look at the proposal, which has recently been approved by the Planning Board.   More>>

Republican Primary CFR Endorsement

June 2, 2017
CFR weighs in on the Republican primary candidates for Township Committee. Read on to learn why we endorse the Albanese/Heller ticket.   Read Full Story>>

Solar at Readington Schools

May 1, 2017

Construction will start soon on solar installations on school properties. This project is well-thought-out, financially responsible, and in keeping with Readington's commitment to sustainable energy. Get the full picture here.  Full Story>>

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2014-12-15 Readington Moves To Meet COAH  Requirements 

2014-12-16 Pipeline Expansion Finances Open Space Purchases

2014-12-16 Beatrice Muir Resigns

2014-12-09 Small Jet Crashes Near Gaithersburg

2015-01-06 Readington Appoints Board Memberships

2015-01-07 JCP&L Infrastructure Improvements

2015-01-07 Actions Confirm Pro-Development Agenda

2015-01-12  No Voter Mandate For Broten & Tropello

2015-01-25  Trial Ends, Solberg Confirms Intent to Expand Airport

2015-01-31Solberg Fuel Contaminates Ground Water

2015-02-12  Solberg Expansion- Answers to Your Questions

2015-03-01 Readington Cited as one of Safest NJ Towns

2015-03-01  New Emergency Equipment On Tap

2015-03-01  Readington Police K9 Unit

2015-03-01  Development Threatens Historic District

2015-03-10  Readington Dog Park News

2015-03-15  Solberg Attorney Says Solberg Should Expand

2015-03-18 $5K Grant Available To Readington Organizations

2015-03-10  It's Spring At The Community Garden

2015-03-13  Your Vote Counts in June Primary

2015-04-13  1000 Free Seedlings For Readington Residents

2015-04-13  Merck- Low Impact on Property Taxes

2015-04-13  Airport Could Take Over Township Committee

2015-04-13  Solbergs Propose Sweetheart Deal For Themselves

2015-07-25 Landslide Primary Election in Readington

2015-07-25Readington Business Buzz

2015-07-25  Solbergs File For 10 years of Tax Forgiveness

2015-08-31  Solbergs Obtain Grant To Grade Runway Safety Area

2015-08-31  Merck Presents Opportunity For Smart Planning

2015-08-31  Hunterdon Central Regional High School Ranks High

2015-08-31  Solberg Litigation: Post-Trial Motions Filed 

2015-08-31 Solberg Airport Litigation- The Case for Appealing

2015-10-1   Who Makes The Decisions In Town?

2015-10-14  Who is Scott Scammell?

2015-10-14  Readington Sewer Allocation Litigation

2015-10-19  Township Committee Candidates Respond

2015-10-21  Airport Expansion Looms in Readington

2015-10-21  What is Happening With Merck?

2015-10-23  Concerns With Scammell's Campaign

2015-10-28  HC BOE Candidates Respond to CFR Questions

2015-10-29  CFR Endorses Duffy and Smith

2015-11-25Your Vote Matters

2015-11-25Business Buzz-Farmer & Chickpea

2015-11-25  Readington Sustainability Accomplishments






Readington Quick Chek Store Application

March 10, 2017

The application for a gas station and convenience store is in process with our Board of Adjustment. More>> 

Qualifying for Affordable Housing
April 17, 2017
There are hundreds of affordable housing units in Readington now, and over time there will be more. How do people qualify for these units? What rules are in place to govern the process, and who manages them? Read on to get the facts.