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Morristown Council wants a hydrology study done before DOT starts work.
Mayor hopes town can use grant toward sustainability projects.
Last year's vendors all planning to return for market's first day on Sunday.
Traffic congestion, trash, noise and loitering among concerns for restaurant-bar-bowling alley proposal for DeHart Street.
Plan, with nine conditions, passes by 5-1 margin.
Company honored by town for donating personal hygiene supplies after Hurricane Irene.
Christie also addresses video parody with Newark mayor during his East Hanover meeting.
Volunteers in the News, Awareness
Survivors, local officials, supporters attend third-annual advocacy and awareness event.
Twp. mayor expects traffic issues to blow over.
Vitolo suspects political posturing with November election looming.
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