Update:  Ash, Pin Oak & Red Oak Trees at Risk

March 10, 2017

Threats to several important species of local trees have led members of our Open Space Advisory Board and other volunteers to research options and develop recommendations.Read more>>

Readington Gains Partial Disclosure in Merck Tax Appeal Case

January 6, 2017
A recent legal ruling was covered by the Hunterdon Review. The ruling concerns the public availability of information about the canceled sale of the Merck property. We found the news coverage of the ruling confusing, so we set about untangling the issues. More>>   

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Previously Published Front Page Articles

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

2016-01-15  Township Committee Assignments

2016-01-15   Jan 26 Vote for School Referendums

2016-01-21  Hunterdon County Open Space Plan Needs Clarity

2016-02-12 Are Negotiations with the Solbergs Still Possible? 

2016-02-12  TC Avoids Tax Increase by Paying Bond Legal Fees

2016-02-22  Holly Thorn House to be Converted

2016-02-22  Proposed Use of Open Space Trust Funds 

2016-04-20  Why the Princeton Airport Negotiations Worked

2016-05-01  Readington Township Committee Votes to Appeal

2016-05-01  Prelim View of Debt & Taxes

2016-05-28  Solbergs Action To Expand Runway

2016-06-01  Mayor Fort Responds to Voter Questions

2016-06-06 Mayor Fort Wins Township Committee Primary

2016-07-01  Residents invited to complete Hunterdon County Parks Survey

2016-09-12   Merck Property Contract Voided With LHR Group

2016-10-10  Chubb Plans to Add Employees, Renovations

2016-10-15  Solberg's Judgement to Rezone 726 acres for Airport

2016-10-19  Ash, Pin Oak & Red Oak Trees at Risk 

2016-10-19  Whitehouse Station Housing Development

2016-10-24  HCRHS Board of Ed Candidates Respond

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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>>>

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>> 

Readington Debt, Values, Assessments and Taxes: Preliminary View

November 1, 2016

CFR has gathered updated data on the town’s finances for your benefit.   We realize this is complex and did our best to simplify the important items that affect our property tax bills.  Full Story>>

Mayor Benjamin Smith's Reorganization Speech

January 4, 2017

Mayor Benjamin Smith addressed the Readington Township Committee and meeting attendees on January 3, 2017.  Mayor Smith spoke about 2016 achievements and challenges as well as areas of focus for 2017.  Full Story>>