School Bomb Threats, Time Change Proposals, Sidewalk Repair Talk Top Montville News
Pocket park plans, mites hockey team victory also make headlines.
Police and fire officials were on the scene of the Robert R. Lazar Middle School Monday morning where officials said a written bomb threat was called in as the students were beginning lunch.
Just days after the Lazar School was evacuated because of a bomb threat, Cedar Hill Elementary School students were also evacuated Thursday because of a similar threat, according to Montville Township Police Capt. Rudy Appelmann.
Upon the request of Montville Township Board of Education members, Superintendent Dr. Paul Fried presented two more options Tueday for rearranging times at district schools to shorten the Robert R. Lazar Middle School day.
Township officials voted last week against appropriating $55,000 for a bond to repair sidewalks damaged by Superstorm Sandy.
The Montville Township Historical Society will host Joe Macasek, vice president of the Canal Society of New Jersey, on March 11 to talk about plans for a Morris Canal Greenway Park in Montville.
Montville's mites hockey team, which also has players from Denville, celebrated a win against the Randolph Rams, 5-2.