Morristown residents aid children impacted by Sandy.
Monday, February 18
To the Editor: As many of you already know we have done a number of different charitable events between Seaside Heights and Morristown. I went down this past Tuesday and met with the Seaside Heights Elementary school principal and he was kind enough to show me around. It was absolutely heartbreaking to see the complete devastation their school endured with 3-4 feet of water completely destroying anything in its path. As many of you may be aware of, I had the privilege of being involved in the planning stages of a birthday party for a 9-year-old Morristown boy that asked for his friends and family to bring items for him to donate to the children over at the Shore in lieu of birthday presents. I will be taking those items over next week to …
Letter to community following recent relief efforts at Morristown Fire Department was read at Tuesday Morristown Council meeting.
- POLICE & FIRE
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
The following letter—from Seaside Heights Volunteer Fire Department Battalion Chief Lou Nardone—was read at the Dec. 11 Town Council meeting by Berit Ollestad, one of the organizers for the Sandy Relief Effort at the Morristown Fire Department: Dear Morristown Residents, As you already know, our department has taken a huge hit from Hurricane Sandy. Our town has been transformed into an area filled with military, electrical and utility companies. lnstead of the resort town that we once knew, it is now a work zone that is currently, after a month, preparing to electrify and return natural gas service. Before, during and after Sandy we maintained 100 percent fire and life protection to our community. As our sign states, we never abandoned …