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Millburn Community Leaders: Longtime EMT Is 'Driving Force' In Town

Patch has partnered with T-Mobile to celebrate "community leaders" in New Jersey, including Millburn.|Updated Tue, Sep 12, 2023 at 2:32 pm ETMILLBURN,NJ — Without community leaders, Millburn-Short Hills wouldn’t hum along nearly as smoothly as it does. We’d miss their contributions in big and small ways.Patch has partnered with T-Mobile to recognize these often unsung community leaders and celebrate their contributions.This submission comes from Nancy Roth, a Millburn Short Hills read...

Patch has partnered with T-Mobile to celebrate "community leaders" in New Jersey, including Millburn.

|Updated Tue, Sep 12, 2023 at 2:32 pm ET

MILLBURN,NJ — Without community leaders, Millburn-Short Hills wouldn’t hum along nearly as smoothly as it does. We’d miss their contributions in big and small ways.

Patch has partnered with T-Mobile to recognize these often unsung community leaders and celebrate their contributions.

This submission comes from Nancy Roth, a Millburn Short Hills reader who nominated Harry Steven Roth.

How do you know this community leader?

My husband

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What does this community leader do?

He is an EMT and President of the Millburn Short Hills Volunteer First Aid Squad

Why do you believe the community leader should be recognized or honored?

Harry has been volunteering as in EMT for 29 years in our community. He has been President of the Millburn Short Hills Volunteer First Aid Squad (MSHVFAS) for over 20 years. He has been a driving force in having this Squad continue to be 100% volunteer. Harry is on a 12-hour shift once a week but stops by the building every day to make sure everything and everyone is functioning at the highest possible level. In addition, MSHVFAS is run totally by donations from our community, it gets no financial assistance from the town or State. It operates 24 hours a day 365 days a year and has been doing this since the 1950's. Harry is focused solely on making sure this Squad continues as a volunteer organization and its services remain free of charge for all township residences. No bill is ever sent to a patient. Many squads in our neighboring towns have either gone to a hybrid, of paid people and volunteers, or all paid EMTs. It is Harry's mission and passion to make sure the Millburn Short Hills Volunteer First Aid Squad remains the premier one that it is, and continues for decades to come as a volunteer organization free to everyone in the community.

What's one thing you want everyone to know about the community hero?

Harry is the most compassionate person I know and has been on many emergency calls where close friends have been patients, this is never easy but having him on site has made the family just a little less anxious knowing that he is taking care of their loved ones. His discretion, kindness and empathy is unmatched by anyone I know.

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Township Committee Approves Explore Millburn's 2024 Budget

MILLBURN, NJ – During Tuesday night’s Township Committee meeting, many residents spoke in favor of, and a few against, Explore Millburn-Short Hills before committee members voted on its 2024 budget.Explore Millburn, headed by Executive Director Steven Grillo, has garnered public support by holding events, helping local businesses, lending a hand during Hurricane Ida and more. He and Explore’s Marketing & Events Director, Amanda Dean, were praised by many business owners.Several residents have expressed tha...

MILLBURN, NJ – During Tuesday night’s Township Committee meeting, many residents spoke in favor of, and a few against, Explore Millburn-Short Hills before committee members voted on its 2024 budget.

Explore Millburn, headed by Executive Director Steven Grillo, has garnered public support by holding events, helping local businesses, lending a hand during Hurricane Ida and more. He and Explore’s Marketing & Events Director, Amanda Dean, were praised by many business owners.

Several residents have expressed that the SID (Special Improvement District) was not set up legally, and there was no legal opinion stating that it was. Jean Pasternak took issue with Grillo having other clients besides Millburn. She also differentiated between the SID not being set up properly and what Explore has accomplished, “There is a big difference between [concern over the legal process] and applauding the efforts that have been really good, They have helped the town, and they have helped the businesses. So, let's separate those things and not conflate them because they are really different.”

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Resident and attorney Jeff Feld urged committee members to remember the legal implications of the situations. "There was no feasibility study done in August 2020. We've asked various attorneys to give us a written opinion as to the validity of the expanded five districts that sit under state law. No written documents have ever been produced." He said it's "taxation without representation" because "most states are not funded by taxpayers' dollars, and that there's now an ordinance in place."

Feld also asked if the SID was a controlled entity not entitled to 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt status and whether the Main Street closures were properly approved under state law. He expressed, "These acts shouldn't be carved out from indemnification."

Former Deputy Mayor Richard Wasserman spoke of Explore's accomplishments. "In three short years, this organization has really done so much for this township. We recruited an incredible team of Steve and Amanda, and we have such a hard-working board. Explore works day in and day out creating, recruiting new businesses, working to keep the vacancy rate low, engaging our residents in public art, and a fun summer music program."

He reminded everyone how Grillo helped raise funds and distributed $420,000 to businesses after Hurricane Ida. Wasserman also said that before Explore, the businesses had trouble promoting themselves because they were busy running their establishments.

Kerri Smith, who will be opening a business called Curious Kids in Millburn, told attendees how helpful Explore has been for her already. "We sponsored an igloo with the Winter Village, and we did the Halloween event. They helped us partner with another small business, so that we could provide sample classes to kind of get people interested in our program before we open in January. We've gained hundreds of social media followers. We're really prepared and ready to be successful."

JJ Abbott pointed out, "The vacancy rate was at 16%. Under SID's leadership, it's now at 3%. That's an absolute huge home run. It is outpacing all of our local peers in terms of other communities. We're in an extremely dense and competitive area. We have to have an improvement district organization."

Ben Stoller, who will be sworn in as a township committee member in January, apologized to Grillo because residents had been rude to him at the last meeting.

Vicky Powell, who owns Shala with her mother, voiced her support for Explore. " I stand here passionately supporting Explore Millburn Short Hills and its dedicated staff, Steve and Amanda. With all the success that Explore's had since 2020, a dissenting vote is inconceivable to me. It's disheartening to hear the constant negative messaging and criticism directed at the organization and its staff by a small vocal group with 120 property owners within the city and maybe three in opposition."

Former Mayor Jackie Lieberberg listed several ways that Explore has helped the township. "They are engaging residents and visitors with innovative programming throughout the year. The summer pedestrian mall and the music have created a unique vitality and engagement in our community. Millburn-Short Hills is a destination." She added, "Explore is also providing ongoing training classes for businesses, financial workshops, social media training and marketing."

Elements for Style owner, Jenine Maher, reported, “They've done so much. So, I'm just asking you guys to consider pushing the budget through. For six years the budget has been the same. My costs have gone up, marketing has gone up. I think his budget needs to go up, and I think he's doing a great job with what he has right now.”

Explore also received support from committee members. Deputy Mayor Sanjeev Vinayak said, I've seen Mr. Grillo working and Amanda working alongside him, and I have seen Jackie [Lieberberg] and Richard [Wasserman] both working for the past three years.”

Annette Romano agreed, “I'd also like to echo what Deputy Mayor Vinayak said. This [Explore] is an incredible board. I've loved working with them all year. You do amazing things. Steven and Amanda. You're chopping wood, [and] lighting fires 24/7, and we're very lucky to have this group, so thank you.”

Former Deputy Mayor Richard Wasserman shared his experience with the group. “I've worked at some of the events, and they're wonderful. I sit on the Arboretum Board and asked for some help with an event that we were planning. They were tremendously helpful in terms of getting the word out for us.”

Tara Prupis mentioned that SID members should be voted on, not appointed, because residents’ taxes pay for the SID. “I still think it's really important that the SID board looks at the way that the CID Board is composed. I feel like the people paying the tax should get a vote, and it shouldn't be appointed by the TC members.” She also noted that she’d vote to approve the budget.

Business Administrator Alex McDonald remarked that Explore has been “immensely helpful” to him and to the township in that they support merchants, help with how the township can be more friendly to businesses and how the building department is interacting with businesses. He remarked, “It has been a great resource for myself and for the people that work here. Whatever happens with the organization structurally, you can always make changes to something, but it is hard to rebuild something, and we've built a great organization here.”

Mayor Maggee Miggins observed, “I think it speaks volumes that on a Tuesday night right before Christmas, people are showing up and spending their time to come out and support someone.” She added that many more people support it than don’t.

Committee members voted unanimously to pass Explore’s budget.

Millburn Founders' Day Announces New Features, Schedule Of Events

MILLBURN, NJ — The organizers of Millburn Township Founding Day Celebration have announced several new events and the schedule for this year.The day of events will take place Saturday, April 22, with community service events, an art festival, live music, educational presentations, historical games, and more.Among the features, there will be a native garden planting event; distribution of seeds to plant at home to attract Monarch butterflies, a demonstration of how to write letters in the 19th century style, historical gam...

MILLBURN, NJ — The organizers of Millburn Township Founding Day Celebration have announced several new events and the schedule for this year.

The day of events will take place Saturday, April 22, with community service events, an art festival, live music, educational presentations, historical games, and more.

Among the features, there will be a native garden planting event; distribution of seeds to plant at home to attract Monarch butterflies, a demonstration of how to write letters in the 19th century style, historical games with costumed interpreters, historic selfie backdrops, and a birthday party for the 200 year old elm tree at the Millburn Avenue entrance to Taylor Park.

The day will also feature an open-air fine art show with over 20 local arts curated by Main Street Pops, including several demonstrations. The art ranges from photography to painting to weaving to origami to collage.

The day will start with a community litter cleanup from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Here is the newest update from the organizers:

Millburn Township Founding Day Celebration:

A Day of Community Service, Historical Education, Family Activities & Public Art Millburn Township is hosting its second annual “Founding Day” celebration commemorating the founding of the town in 1857.

The event will take place on Saturday, April 22, 2023 with a community litter clean up scheduled from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM and then activities, an art festival and live music from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. in and around historic Taylor Park in Downtown. There will be activities for all ages.

The community is welcome to participate in the creation of live public art with J. Nunez Gallery and Green Door Studios, attend a drop-in art class with Artevino at the rose garden and witness the live installation of a painted mural by world-renowned muralist Mustart. There will also be live music from the Victorian Era by the Florian Schantz Jazz Combo, and an exhibit of historical documents and artifacts from Millburn’s history.

Explore Millburn-Short Hills is providing additional services including the maintenance and repair of 50 tree pits throughout town and the installation of public art in vacant storefront windows and parking kiosk shelters.

Explore encourages all participants to tour the town, shop local and make a day of it to celebrate the great history - and current success - of Millburn-Short Hills. The rain date for Founding Day is Sunday, April 23, 2023.

For a full list of Founding Day activities and to sign up to volunteer, visit https://exploremillburnshorthi...

Founding Day is presented by Millburn Township’s Cultural, Engagement, Diversity and the Arts Committee (CEDA) in partnership with the Millburn Food Pantry, Green Team, Environmental Commission, Explore Millburn-Short Hills, Millburn-Short Hills Historical Society, Millburn Township, Paper Mill Playhouse, Shade Tree Commission and the Short Hills Garden Club.

The open-air art show and public art are made possible by funds from the Essex County Division of Cultural Affairs, a partner of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.

“Explore” is an independent 501c3 non-profit organization that serves as the Special Improvement District (SID) for the town. Established by the Township Committee in August 2020, the SID encompasses five distinct commercial areas (Downtown, Wyoming Business Center, Short Hills Station, Upper Millburn Avenue and Morris Turnpike at Short Hills) and serves nearly 500 businesses. Explore’s portfolio of services includes district-wide marketing, branding, placemaking, beautification, events including live music, direct business advocacy and overall economic development efforts. If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Amanda Dean by email [email protected].

2023 MLB Draft: Millburn ace Steven Echavarria goes 72nd overall to Oakland A’s

Steven Echavarria said he woke up feeling anxious on Monday.He had hoped that he was going to be selected during the first night of the 2023 MLB Draft, but that didn’t happen. But he had a feeling he wouldn’t be waiting too long when the third round began on Monday.The right-handed pitcher from Millburn High School has had a meteoric rise through the baseball ranks and it hit a crescendo on Monday.Echavarria was selected by the Oakland Athletics in the third round with the 72nd overall pick in the 2023 MLB Dr...

Steven Echavarria said he woke up feeling anxious on Monday.

He had hoped that he was going to be selected during the first night of the 2023 MLB Draft, but that didn’t happen. But he had a feeling he wouldn’t be waiting too long when the third round began on Monday.

The right-handed pitcher from Millburn High School has had a meteoric rise through the baseball ranks and it hit a crescendo on Monday.

Echavarria was selected by the Oakland Athletics in the third round with the 72nd overall pick in the 2023 MLB Draft on Monday, continuing the rise for the senior out of Millburn.

Echavarria, a University of Florida commit, had a breakout senior season, earning NJ.com Pitcher of the Year honors after blossoming into the state’s top pitcher. Echavarria went 8-1 on the mound with 80 strikeouts and a 0.28 ERA in 50 innings, helping Millburn win the Greater Newark Tournament and the North 2, Group 3 sectional championship.

“I’m just excited and happy that it happened,” Echavarria said. “So I just gotta get to work now. This is just one step in the process. I still have a long ways to go, so I’m just gonna take it from here and celebrate now, but after this, it’s time to get to work.”

Echavarria said he will talk with his family before making a final decision on whether he will sign with the Athletics or attend Florida, but he is leaning on signing with the A’s.

He said he met with representatives from the Athletics while he attended the MLB Draft Combine.

The 6-foot-1, 195-pound right-hander was an NJ.com First-Team All-State selection and was named the 2022-23 Gatorade New Jersey Baseball Player of the Year.

The estimated slot value of the 72nd overall pick is $1,005,700.

The Athletics selected another New Jersey product with their second-round pick when they took Rutgers star Ryan Lasko with the 41st overall pick on Sunday.

Echavarria’s rise coincides with his elevated overall maturity over the last year.

Since last summer, he put on 20 pounds of muscle to his frame, which increased his velocity on his fastball, consistently sitting in the mid-90s and touching as high as 98 miles per hour, to go along with a wipeout breaking ball.

Echavarria’s confidence improved after every outing, and he got the ball in some of Millburn’s biggest games.

He went toe-to-toe against 2022 NJ.com Player of the Year Alex Kranzler in a 9-1 win for Millburn as Echavarria tossed six innings, allowing just one hit and striking out 12. Echavarria also picked up the win when Millburn won its second GNT title in three years, hurling a complete game against Seton Hall Prep in the final. He also tossed 6 1/3 innings with eight strikeouts in the North 2, Group 3 final against North Hunterdon.

“They (the Athletics) are getting a competitor,” Echavarria said. “Someone who fights and exactly what they think they are going to get. I still have a lot to improve on. I think this high school season was just a little showcase of what I can do. I put on some more weight and refined some pitches. I’m just going to put in the work and keep grinding.”

Millburn coach Brian Chapman saw Echavarria mature over the last year. Chapman knew the raw talent was also there for Echavarria. He just needed some confidence and a push, which he got this season.

“I’m just really excited for Steven and for his family,” Chapman said. “He’s just an amazing kid, and he’s worked so hard to put himself in this position. And I’m just really happy for him and his family that they are getting this opportunity and he’s getting this opportunity.”

MLB.com had Echavarria as the No. 60 overall prospect heading into the draft.

MLB.com’s scouting report described Echavarria as: “A 6-foot-1 right-hander, Echavarria does have an intriguing combination of present feel for pitching and projection of his stuff, with a potential four-pitch mix. While he’s been described as having “sneaky” velocity in the past with his fastball, up to 93-94 mph consistently, he had gained a tick early this spring, consistently hitting 96 and touching 98 mph. He misses a good amount of bats with it thanks to its ride up in the zone, and he also can throw a 92-93 mph two-seamer down in the zone, with more consistent velocity to come as he matures.”

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Millburn’s Echavarria, 3rd-round pick in MLB Draft, signs $3 million deal with Oakland

Millburn ace Steven Echavarria, a third-round selection during the 2023 MLB Draft by the Oakland Athletics, is going to begin his professional career.Echavarria — the 2023 NJ.com Pitcher of the Year and a First-Team All-State selection — signed a $3 million deal with the Ath...

Millburn ace Steven Echavarria, a third-round selection during the 2023 MLB Draft by the Oakland Athletics, is going to begin his professional career.

Echavarria — the 2023 NJ.com Pitcher of the Year and a First-Team All-State selection — signed a $3 million deal with the Athletics on Monday, according to MLB.com’s Jim Callis.

Echavarria was selected with the 72nd overall pick last Monday, and the deal he agreed to is worth almost three times the slot value of the pick, which was estimated to be worth $1,005,700.

It’s the biggest overslot deal signed so far this year, according to Callis.

Echavarria told NJ Advance Media he was leaning on signing with Oakland after he was drafted. He was a University of Florida commit but will now embark on his professional career after agreeing to the deal.

He tweeted out a photo of him after signing his contract with the Athletics saying “Officially an Athletic!”

The 6-foot-1, 195-pound right-hander had a breakout senior season at Millburn.

Echavarria went 8-1 on the mound with 80 strikeouts and a 0.28 ERA in 50 innings, helping Millburn win the Greater Newark Tournament and the North 2, Group 3 sectional championship. His fastball has been clocked as high as 98 mph, and he consistently sat in the mid-90s with his heater.

He combined his overpowering fastball with a devastating breaking ball, which baffled hitters all spring.

“I’m just excited and happy that it happened,” Echavarria told NJ Advance Media after he was drafted. “So I just gotta get to work now. This is just one step in the process. I still have a long ways to go, so I’m just gonna take it from here and celebrate now. But after this, it’s time to get to work.”

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