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Just about every health food and drink in the stores boasts high levels of antioxidants. That's great, but what are they? Antioxidants are substances shown to slow or prevent cell damage from free radicals. Free radicals are unstable molecules linked to inflammation, disease, and forms of cancer. According to the National Library of Medicine, antioxidants also act as hydrogen and electron donors, as well as enzyme inhibitors.

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Verona To Hold ‘Complete Streets Corridor Assessment’

The assessment will take place along a half-mile stretch of Linden Avenue.Patch StaffVERONA, NJ — The following news release comes courtesy of the Township of Verona. Find out how to post announcements or events to your local Patch site.Verona Township will conduct a Complete Streets Corridor Assessment along a half-mile stretch of Linden Avenue through the North Jersey Transportation Plann...

The assessment will take place along a half-mile stretch of Linden Avenue.

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VERONA, NJ — The following news release comes courtesy of the Township of Verona. Find out how to post announcements or events to your local Patch site.

Verona Township will conduct a Complete Streets Corridor Assessment along a half-mile stretch of Linden Avenue through the North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority (NJTPA) Complete Streets Technical Assistance Program. The Township was one of five municipalities selected through a competitive application process and will receive assistance in documenting existing conditions, exploring potential improvements, and developing recommendations to help improve health and safety for people biking and walking

“We are pleased to have been selected for the Complete Streets Corridor Assessment focusing on Linden Avenue and the surrounding area, a project that will greatly enhance the safety for all travelers in Verona,” Mayor Christopher Tamburro said. “This competitive process highlights the Township’s commitment to creating a safe and accessible community. We look forward to breaking ground in early 2025.”

The assessment will focus on Linden Avenue from Fairview Avenue to Wildwood Terrace. This corridor is near several public schools as well as the Bloomfield Avenue town center. Pedestrians, cyclists, and motorists traverse Linden Avenue to access these various destinations. Speeding is a concern along Linden Avenue, particularly with the number of students using the road to walk to school. This assessment will explore ways to make the road safer, particularly for pedestrians and cyclists.

“Complete Streets help make our roads safer for everyone, especially people walking and biking,” said NJTPA Chair John P. Kelly, an Ocean County Commissioner. “They also help create more equitable and healthy communities by giving people more options when travelling. This program helps municipalities advance their Complete Streets goals.”

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In addition to Verona, Belleville, Belmar, Paterson and Readington will also receive technical assistance.

“We’re thrilled to have two Essex County municipalities selected to participate in this competitive program,” said Essex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo, Jr., who represents the County on the NJTPA Board of Trustees. “This project will help Verona explore ways to make the Bloomfield Avenue town center safer, especially for students travelling to nearby schools.”

The NJTPA funds this program and provides technical assistance in partnership with the Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center at Rutgers University and Sustainable Jersey. The Complete Streets Technical Assistance Program helps municipalities bring together key stakeholders to explore a local safety concern and develop concepts for potential solutions using a collaborative approach. Projects can include a bicycle corridor or network plan or a Complete Streets assessment of a one-mile corridor. The program can also be used to develop a Complete and Green Streets Policy. Projects may include demonstration projects or conceptual renderings of proposed future improvements.

“It is valuable for municipalities to receive hands-on guidance to move their Complete Streets projects forward. Complete and Green Streets have numerous safety, environmental, equity and health benefits,” said Randall Solomon, Executive Director of Sustainable Jersey. “This work is an important element in the comprehensive sustainability programs of our communities and contributes to our mission to create a more sustainable New Jersey.”

Complete Streets balance the needs of drivers, pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders, emergency responders, goods movement and stormwater management based on the local context. They help improve health and safety for people walking and biking and create better places to live, work, play, learn, and do business. When streets are not complete, the negative impacts on public health, safety, equity, the economy, and the environment are disproportionately borne by low-income and minority communities

Improving safety is a key goal of this program. “Across New Jersey and the broader nation, we’ve seen a troubling rise in roadway fatalities, particularly among pedestrians and cyclists. The recommendations that are developed through these projects will help communities enhance the safety of their roadways for all users,” said Jon A. Carnegie, Executive Director of the Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center.

This is the fourth time the NJTPA has offered technical assistance to municipalities in its region. Seven projects were completed in 2023, eight projects were completed in 2020 and nine projects were completed in 2019. The final reports are available on NJTPA’s Complete Streets webpage, njtpa.org/completestreets.

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Verona Faces Increase in Municipal Pool Rates for 2024

VERONA, NJ -- Membership rates at the Verona Municipal Pool will be rising this summer, but the Township Council has yet to determine what the increase will be.In a discussion on increased costs for operating the pool at the Monday, Feb. 5 Township Council meeting, two options were discussed after hearing a report from Jennifer Muscara, Verona's chief financial officer.To adjust the pool rates and pay off accrued expenses in one year would entail raising the fee for pool memberships by $150. Verona's administration is recommend...

VERONA, NJ -- Membership rates at the Verona Municipal Pool will be rising this summer, but the Township Council has yet to determine what the increase will be.

In a discussion on increased costs for operating the pool at the Monday, Feb. 5 Township Council meeting, two options were discussed after hearing a report from Jennifer Muscara, Verona's chief financial officer.

To adjust the pool rates and pay off accrued expenses in one year would entail raising the fee for pool memberships by $150. Verona's administration is recommending a phased approach of a 15 percent increase for all rate classes: A family membership will be $605 for the season (an $85 increase), and the senior rate will be $202 (a $27 increase).

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The cost of chemicals to treat the pool has risen from $1.26 per gallon to $3.24 per gallon over the last five years. The minimum wage has gone up from $8.85 per hour to $13.50 per hour, and that will increase to $15 per hour in two more years. The township's debt service is increasing to pay for large pool ramps and a splash pad. Other improvements to come would necessitate a further increase in the debt service.

The water used in the pool complex is not paid for through the pool utility, but rather by all the water and sewer customers.

The administration has recommended a flat fee of $150 to add a babysitter or caregiver for the season, rather than a family-plus-babysitter rate.

Another recommendation the township's administration made after hearing from the pool subcommittee was to allow non-Verona residents to the pool at this time, unless more Verona residents sign up for pool membership.

Verona Mayor Christopher Tamburro raised concerns about the possibility of losing revenue if rates were increased by too much.

"I'm looking the family membership going up $85, which is significant for some of our families," Tamburro said.

"Lost revenue is always a concern of ours when we increase fees," Muscara said. "Most of our consideration was the comparison of surrounding pools. Our pool is superior in general to all of the surrounding pools."

"We continue to struggle with matching revenues with fee structure," Councilwoman Cynthia Holland said. "I would like to recommend considering a more thoughtful and detailed analysis (of pool fees)."

New Business: Palmetto Venues

On Sunday, March 17, Palmetto Venues celebrated the grand opening of its dual event space on Bloomfield Avenue across from Verona Park.Designed to cater to a range of events, the venue offers both flexibility and privacy. The Palm Royale, with an entrance at 10 Park Place, boasts a spacious 16-foot ceiling and can accommodate approximately 110 guests. It can be a setting for wedding receptions, banquets, corporate events and other large events. The Royal Grove, ...

On Sunday, March 17, Palmetto Venues celebrated the grand opening of its dual event space on Bloomfield Avenue across from Verona Park.

Designed to cater to a range of events, the venue offers both flexibility and privacy. The Palm Royale, with an entrance at 10 Park Place, boasts a spacious 16-foot ceiling and can accommodate approximately 110 guests. It can be a setting for wedding receptions, banquets, corporate events and other large events. The Royal Grove, situated at 546 Bloomfield Avenue, provides a more intimate setting with seating for up to 50 guests.

Established by three local businessmen, Palmetto Venues aims to provide an environment of elegance, versatility, and exceptional service. Horane Henry, one of the partners, says he is “driven by the joy of curating environments that go beyond mere spaces. They are canvases for dreams, stages for celebrations, and backdrops for memories.” Co-owner Robert Louis emphasizes that “this venture aligns perfectly with our motto, ‘where experience comes alive,’ reflecting our commitment to bring every occasion to life in a way that resonates deeply with our clients and their guests. My goal is to foster a sense of belonging and joy within our community.” Fellow co-owner Fihlo Thomas adds how he “looks forward to witnessing the creation of cherished memories at Palmetto Venues and desires the venue to become a supportive cornerstone within the Verona, New Jersey community and its surrounding areas.”

Palmetto Venues will allow licensed and insured caterers to serve pre-cooked meals, but onsite cooking is not permitted. Complimentary beer and wine can be provided for guests but a licensed and insured bartender is required when serving hard liquor. Both spaces are equipped with sound systems and accessible bathrooms. Parking is available in the Verona municipal lot directly behind the venue.

Louis, Thomas and Henry, the partners in Palmetto Venues, come the events business from diverse backgrounds. Henry is an engineer and a creative at heart who works in the media and entertainment industry as an engineering director. He is also an award-winning independent filmmaker. Louis is an administrative director in healthcare and is a fashion designer for men’s accessories in his spare time. Thomas is a real estate executive in New York City. In his free time, he volunteers for various community endeavors, including collaborations with food pantries, school drives and community events.

On Sunday, the partners were joined at the grand opening by Mayor Chris Tamburro, Deputy Mayor Jack McEvoy and Councilman Alex Roman. “You will find a welcoming community in Verona,” Tamburro said.

This New Verona Cafe Feels Like Stepping Into a Fairytale

Even in this digital age of iPads and virtual reality gaming, there is no doubt that almost every little girl still has a dream of attending a real-life fancy tea party or being a princess; even some of us grown women still have that hidden desire. As co-owner Karissa Teixeira puts it plainly, “Who says only kids love princesses?” The wish can now come true like the wave of a fairy godmother’s wand at Verona&rs...

Even in this digital age of iPads and virtual reality gaming, there is no doubt that almost every little girl still has a dream of attending a real-life fancy tea party or being a princess; even some of us grown women still have that hidden desire. As co-owner Karissa Teixeira puts it plainly, “Who says only kids love princesses?” The wish can now come true like the wave of a fairy godmother’s wand at Verona’s newest small business, La Bella Princess Cafe, at 553 Bloomfield Avenue. Keep reading to discover its fabulous pink decor, magical menu, and fairytale hideaway made for any worthy princess’s party.

Bella Princess is a small business that started with founder Martha Peralta’s vision of providing enchanting children’s entertainment for private parties in 2003. After seven years of traveling to client’s homes for all of its events, Martha moved the business into a small space for ten years before having to sell it due to the pandemic. Daughter Karissa started helping her mom brainstorm, and with her experience being a social media influencer, came up with the idea of having a princess-themed cafe in an area where nothing else similar existed. A space opened up right on the main street (is there a pun here, Disney fans?) of Verona, and La Bella Princess Cafe opened to become its first eatery and party space under one roof.

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The cafe looks plucked straight out of a Pinterest board: a vision of pink accented by faux trees, gray throne-like chairs, and chic pampas centerpieces at every coffee table. As visitors make their way to the counter, gingerbread house-themed mugs are on display to depict the current theme of winter wonderland. Other decorative glassware that perfectly compliments the space include pink mugs with bubble handles as well as shiny white ones that are each served on a cloud-shaped saucer. The pastry case is filled with different kinds of cupcakes, colorful macaroons, its signature carrot cake, and princess-themed treats depending on the time of day. Any girl boss who works remotely and is looking for a trendy cafe to set up her laptop will be remiss to indulge in its “Royal Delight” menu. The “Bippity Boppity Beverages” are fit for any queen or princess, and its made-to-order croffles (a croissant-waffle — it’s okay, MG had to ask what it means, too) and rainbow grilled cheese are just as magical as they sound.

While the cafe is named for princesses, Martha and Karissa make a point that it is not limiting itself to just royalty or fairytales. “The cafe has a level of sophistication and offers aesthetics for adults, too. Not only are we going to host more tea parties for children and their parents, but we’re looking to have adult nights like candle-making and barista classes soon,” Karissa said. Each month will also have its theme for decorations and additions to the menu– February, of course, being Valentine’s Day. The cafe can be rented out for baby and bridal showers, while the private party room right next door — Bella’s Enchanted Hall — is where up to 20 children can experience becoming a princess with full makeup and wardrobe, even with their favorite princess if one so wishes.

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Every other week, the cafe hosts ticketed events such as character tea parties for up to 45 guests in the early evenings. On weekends, private parties to book either the party room for kid’s celebrations or the cafe itself for bridal and baby showers. La Bella Princess Cafe is open for the public Tuesday through Saturday 9AM – 3PM as well as 9AM – 1PM on Sundays. It is closed on Mondays.

Hills Buy Miele’s For New Restaurant

Miele’s Italian Restaurant served its last meal on December 24. But the stoves at the eatery, which had anchored the western end of Bloomfield Avenue since 1954, won’t be cold for long: Jimmy Hill and his son Brian have bought the place and will be opening their own family-friendly restaurant there soon. The senior Hill has had a hand in several Verona businesses in the last 40 years, including the Fred Hill Sports Academy, O’Neill’s Bar, Lakeside Deli and ...

Miele’s Italian Restaurant served its last meal on December 24. But the stoves at the eatery, which had anchored the western end of Bloomfield Avenue since 1954, won’t be cold for long: Jimmy Hill and his son Brian have bought the place and will be opening their own family-friendly restaurant there soon. The senior Hill has had a hand in several Verona businesses in the last 40 years, including the Fred Hill Sports Academy, O’Neill’s Bar, Lakeside Deli and Eight Hills Caterers, a name chosen to reflect the eight members of the original Hill clan.

Family will be more obvious in the name of the new place, which will be called Jimmy’s Family Kitchen. “It is meant to honor my father,” says Brian Hill, who is giving up a nearly 10-year career in medical device sales for the restaurant business. “He does a lot for a lot of people.” But there’s also a nod to the wider Hill family in the restaurant’s logo, which says “Est. 2024,” with the last two digits in a signature red. Twenty-four was the jersey number of family patriarch Fred Hill, the legendary Rutgers baseball coach who passed away in 2019.

Brian Hill, a 2011 graduate of Verona High School, hopes that Jimmy’s Family Kitchen will also be seen as the Hill family giving back to Verona. “This town has done so much for our family.” His grandmother, Evelyn, worked in Town Hall for many years; his aunt Nancy Apisa was a first-grade teacher at Laning Avenue School; his aunt Tracey Hill owns the spirit wear business Academy Apparel; and aunt Karen Jandoli owns the Dekko & Co. salon. (Uncle Fred Hill runs the Team Hill Foundation, which is not based in town and provides leadership and sports training to at-risk youth.)

The Hills bought Miele’s from Steve Amadeo, whose late parents, Jerry and Joann, bought it from the founders in 1974. Jimmy Hill says he had a conversation about the restaurant’s future with Steve Amadeo a few years back, a conversation that re-opened this past summer. “It wasn’t a long discussion,” says Hill, who isn’t disclosing the terms of the deal. “We met where we met,” he says simply.

Jimmy’s Family Kitchen will open quickly because Amadeo had remodeled the space early last year and the Hills have offered jobs to all of Miele’s staff. They will be adding more, including the former pastry chef of Ariane Kitchen & Bar. “We will bake all our own bread in-house every day,” Brian Hill says. The plan is to serve dinner and day-time parties in the 70-seat restaurant from Wednesday to Monday. The restaurant has a liquor license, but the Hills say the bar will be a complement to the food and not a late-night destination.

The menu for Jimmy’s Family Kitchen isn’t yet set in stone (or posted online), but it will include Miele’s favorites like Chicken Savoy and Shrimp Beeps, as well as Hill family touches. “We’re going to do a great meatball,” says Brian Hill with a laugh, a nod to an infamous family meatball competition in 2020. The younger Hill, whose plans to go to cooking school in Italy that year were scuttled by the pandemic, is also promising lasagna, French onion soup, classic salads and a kids menu with sliders. What else is offered will depend on what the Hills hear from their customers. “We want them to give us feedback,” says Brian. Adds his father: “There will be fewer items, but the freshest and highest quality in everything.”

Brian Hill is looking forward to the feedback and to the work that lies ahead. He’s not a starry-eyed restaurant novice, having worked under his father most weekends and summers. “It’s going to be the hardest, but the easiest thing I’ve ever done.”

Jimmy’s Family Kitchen 125 Bloomfield Avenue Verona Dinner: Wednesday to Monday Daytime: Parties and events only

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