Monthly Archives for February 2022
Affordable Housing Compliance Hearing
Posted: February 24, 2022
A “Fairness and Preliminary Compliance Hearing” will be held on March 31, 2022 at 9:30 a.m. before the Honorable Stephan C. Hansbury, J.S.C., Superior Court of New Jersey, Law Division, Morris County Courthouse, Washington & Court Streets, Morristown, New Jersey 07963 to consider the proposed Settlement Agreement between the Township of Randolph (“Township”) and Fair Share Housing Center in the Mount Laurel action entitled In the Matter of the Application of the Township of Randolph, Docket No. MRS-L-1640-15.
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Read the housing settlement agreement resolution
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Sponsorship Opportunities Available
Posted: February 15, 2022
Calling all potential sponsors!
Sponsorship is a great way to promote your business. Individuals who elect to sponsor special events for the town of Randolph will be featured on the Randolph Recreation Event Sponsorship page. Additionally, your business will be recognized at some of our biggest events throughout 2022.
If You Have Edibles at Home Lock Them Up
Posted: February 4, 2022
For the fourth year in a row, the New Jersey Poison Control Center has seen an increase in calls concerning children who accidentally consumed cannabis (marijuana, THC) edibles.
Last year, the poison control center assisted in the medical treatment of more than 150 children who were accidentally exposed to cannabis edibles. Unlike adults, children who ingest edibles are at a much higher risk for severe health effects and even fatal outcomes from cannabis.
When using or storing cannabis products in the home, remember the following tips to prevent an accidental exposure:
- Store edible products in a secure/locked place, out of sight and reach of children and pets.
- Limit the amount/number of edible products you have in the house at one time.
- Be aware of the potency (concentration of THC) of the edibles you have at home.
- The effects of edible cannabis may be delayed compared to smoking cannabis.
- Only purchase products containing cannabis from licensed, reputable sources.
If you think your child or pet consumed cannabis, contact your local poison control center immediately for medical treatment advice. Poison control centers are a medical resource for both the public and healthcare professionals. Get help 24/7. Call 1-800-222-1222 or chat at njpies.org.
If someone is not breathing, hard to wake up, or having a seizure, call 9-1-1.