For those who celebrate, we wish you a very Happy Easter! And while you’re celebrating, take a few minutes to catch up on anything you may have missed on Patch this week.
Power Line Update: Columnist Colleen O’Dea gave her opinion on the National Park Service’s approval of the Susquehanna-Roseland Power Line upgrade. The line will go through several towns, including parts of Jefferson Township.
In Memory of Doris Roberts: The beloved Doris Roberts died last week. We found out just how much she meant to Jefferson Township, and all the volunteer work she did for the town.
Freeholder Race: The race for three Morris County Freeholder seats is heating up, with 15 vying for the trio of seats.
Police News: This week’s news included a story of the arrest of two people who had allegedly robbed a home on Notch Road and Deli Works. In another story, we found that a man who had been convicted of a sex offense in the past was arrested and charged with volunteering to coach a team when he had a past sex offense record.
Recreation Department’s Response: Related to the above story, we found out what the township’s rec department is doing to help keep children safe.
Welcome Joseph Kraemer: We chatted with Joseph Kraemer, the township’s new superintendent of school. We found out about his philosophy of education, and some of his ideas on leading the district.
Republicans in Town: We found out that three Republicans, Richard Yocum, Robert Birmingham and Jay Dunham, will run unopposed for their council seats in the June 5 primary.