Month: June 2019

Update #5 – June 26, 2019

Update #5: When a tree falls in a forest, and no one is there to hear it, does it make a noise? When the DEP issues a public notice in a North Jersey newspaper for a crematorium to be built in Middletown, does anyone read it? Fair View Cemetery obtained an air quality pre-construction permit […]

Update #4 – June 5, 2019

Update #4: Bottom of the ninth, two outs, down by two runs, bases loaded, Game 7 of the World Series. Who do you want at the plate? Who would you trust to win the game? Would you want someone who took three swings and missed each time to strike out at all of their previous […]

Update #3 – May 8, 2019

Update #3: Why would Fair View Cemetery want to build a Crematorium in Middletown? The information in this update was obtained through OPRA requests. All of the information in this update is public record and is from the latest available Public Domain IRS 990 Filings from 2013 to 2017. Fair View Cemetery’s Board of Directors […]

Update #2 – April 25, 2019

When I first heard about the dangerous and harmful proposal for a crematorium along Oak Hill Road, I knew that there was not much time to act. The Planning Board hearing was scheduled for March 20th, and the clock was ticking. I made some phone calls, created an online petition and started to recruit others […]

Update #1 – April 10, 2019

What now? As of now….we wait! We wait because an injunction has been placed upon the second proposal for a crematorium until the original proposal, along Route 35, is decided. This injunction has been ordered by Monmouth County Judge Lisa Thornton to stop all procedures regarding the proposal for a crematorium to be built along […]