Posts by Debra Karrat
A resolution was passed by the Union County Freeholders to allow Union County to use the Rahway Valley Railroad right of way as a rail trail. THE CITY OF SUMMIT N E W J E R S E Y CITY HALL 512 SPRINGFIELD AVENUE SUMMIT, NJ 07901 News R e l e a s e December 19, 2017 For immediate release Summit Mayor: Nora G. Radest (908) 273-6400 City Administrator: Michael F. Rogers (908) 522-3600 Media Contact: Amy Cairns (908) 277-9418 Union County Freeholders Passes Resolution Authorizing Rail Trail Use SUMMIT, N.J., December 19, 2017 – The City of
May 2, 2017 Dear Council Members, I’m writing to urge that you support the Parkline Project in every way possible because it addresses a huge barrier to our being ONE SUMMIT – terrible pedestrian and bike access between east Summit and downtown/central Summit. Currently we must walk or bike Springfield, Broad, Morris. That’s it. Pick your poison. I moved back to Summit with my young family in 1988. As I’ve worked with youth and other volunteer activities, I’ve had reason to move around the City a lot. I’ve always biked if I can because Summit is so compact; you can
Al Leiter shows his support for the Summit Park Line Mom & kids visiting the Park Line tent Educating Summit residents at the Summit Farmer’s Market Volunteers sign up at the Summit Farmer’s market.