With a little over two weeks until Roxbury’s 4th Annual Town-wide Garage Sale on Saturday, June 25, the Roxbury Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that they have received over 100 registrations for sales so far—a pace that is sure to result in the largest Town-wide Garage Sale Event yet!
The Roxbury Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that its 4th Annual Town-wide Garage Sale will take place on Saturday, June 25, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., throughout the Township. In 2015 this fundraiser, for the Chamber of Commerce, featured over 148 individual garage sales—attracting hundreds of visitors to the Township for a great day of shopping.
On Wednesday, May 20, at the Chamber’s regularly scheduled Luncheon Meeting, Patrolman Brian Feeney and Sergeant Kenneth Rocco of the Roxbury Township Police Department gave a presentation to the membership that included an in depth review of the newly acquired trauma kits by the Roxbury School District.
The new owners of the Ledgewood Mall recently released a rendering of the improvements and unveil The Shops at Ledgewood Commons.
About the Property
The Shops at Ledgewood Commons is a 428,593 square feet open-air power center. The well-anchored property is an established destination to meet, eat and shop. Situated in a notable trade corridor with strong area demographics, the center is conveniently located in Morris County on Route 10, a quarter of a mile from Route 46 and two miles from Route 80. With over 700 feet of frontage and a new capital improvement program, the modernized power center will provide new anchor and juniper anchor opportunities, as well as inline space and multiple pad sites.
Residents of New Jersey have plenty to be happy about. We have beautiful beaches, stunning state parks, fantastic fall foliage, and so much more!
There are also certain things that New Jerseyans are less happy about, like traffic and taxes. Still, we’re among the happier half of the nation, though just barely. According to a 2013 well-being survey by Gallup-Healthways, New Jersey is the 23rd happiest state in the country. Some areas of our state seem to know the secret to happiness, however. The National Bureau of Economic Research determined that Middlesex, Somerset and Hunterdon counties were among the top 10 happiest metropolitan areas in the USA.
Roxbury Township’s Adopt-a-Spot program is a community beautification initiative. Whereas the Township encourages adoption of a section (or spot) of an undeveloped street corneror median end-cap in order to beautify its appearance along the Route 46-Route 10 corridor or other designated areas.