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Morristown Council wants a hydrology study done before DOT starts work.
Christie also addresses video parody with Newark mayor during his East Hanover meeting.
Twp. mayor expects traffic issues to blow over.
Vitolo suspects political posturing with November election looming.
Council approves designs presented by Arts Council.
Cap bank also established on Monday night.
Speed limit going to 20 miles-per-hour.
Increase remains within allowable exceptions.
Government, Business, The Neighborhood Files
Residents heatedly comment on the draft ordinance that would allow small-scale, for-profit farming on certain properties in Chatham Township.
Government, Schools, Awareness
Borough, other groups look to educate residents on benefits of pedestrian, bike transportation along Kings Road and other parts of town..
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