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Lambert’s Tower Open To The Public

July 14, 2014 - (Passaic County, NJ – July 2, 2014) – With the cutting of a symbolic ribbon, the Passaic County Board of Chosen Freeholders officially reopened a restored Lambert’s Tower. This is the first time that the historic tower has been open to the public in over 40 years. The reopening ceremony coincided with the start of a program to introduce trained park attendants in Garrett Mountain to assist visitors and help protect the county’s investments in the updated tower and park facilities.

“This restoration has been a long time coming. I am proud that the county has restored one of the historic gems within Garrett Mountain,” said Freeholder Director Pat Lepore. “This was a huge effort by all our planning and engineering staff, and importantly included grant funds made possible by the efforts of Congressman Pascrell and the State.”

The planning for the restoration of Lambert’s Tower started back in 2004 with the help of Congressman Bill Pascrell, Jr., who was successful in securing grant funds from the US Park Service and NJDEP Green Acres. Ultimately the county spent approximately $2.1 million dollars to restore the historic tower to condition it is in today, of which half the funds were reimbursed through the grants. The additional funding was supplied by the Open Space & Farmland Preservation Trust Fund.

According to Passaic County Historian Ed Smyk, Lambert’s Tower has been closed to the public for 45 years, the restored and rehabilitated sentinel over Paterson and environs has not been allowed to crumble into ruin, but has obtained what one can call a “new lease on life.” (A full history of Lambert’s Tower contributed by Passaic County Historian Smyk is attached to this press release.)

“The reopening of Lambert’s Tower will help keep Passaic County history intact for the next generation,” said Congressman Bill Pascrell, Jr. “This is what happens when different levels of government work together to benefit the community.”

“Open space and recreation is a cornerstone of my commitment to residents and families of Passaic County. The investments we make in our county parks will pay dividends for future generations,” added Freeholder Theodore “TJ” Best, former Chair and member of the Passaic County Public Works Committee.

The opening ceremony took place at the entrance to Lambert’s Tower in the Garrett Mountain Reserve on Wednesday, July 2, 2014 at 12 p.m.

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Prime Rib at the Grasshopper in Newfoundland, NJ

Grasshopper Irish Pub & Restaurant


The Grasshopper Irish Pub and Restaurant opened in West Milford on July 1 offering a pleasant dining room experience and large bar room. 

The menu offers Irish and traditional American pub choices.  There are dinner entrees as well as sandwiches and a hamburger menu. 

Shepherds Pie, Bangers and Mash, Corned beef and Cabbage are among the items on a large menu.


Grasshopper Irish Pub & Restaurant
2891 Route 23
Newfoundland, NJ
(973) 506-6210
http://www.grasshopperirishpub.com

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