Tri-Co Federal Credit Union 140 Speedwell Ave, Morris Plains, NJ07950 Tri-Co Federal Credit Union serves the Morris, Sussex, and Warren tri-county region. It was established in 1936 as…More Morris County Teachers Federal Credit Union. Operated solely by volunteers until 1967 when a general manager was hired, Tri-Co now services 14,000 members. While most members are teachers or involved in an education-related group, it also serves government employees, individual companies, hospitals and churches in the tri-county region.
Morris Township, New Jersey, is a doughnut-shaped, suburban municipality that completely surrounds the more densely…More populated town of Morristown.
Morris Township is 15.8-square miles in size. In the Census of 2000, its population was found to be 21,796.
The Morris Township government consists of a five member township committee, whose members are elected to serve staggered three-year terms. The Mayor and the Deputy Mayor are chosen from within this group.
The Morris Township Municipal Building is located at 50 Woodland Avenue.
Morris Plains is a suburban borough of 2.6 square miles that calls itself "the Community of Caring." The town…More began to form after a sawmill was established there in 1685. In the 200o Census, the population was calculated at 5,236. Morris Plains has a traditional downtown lined with small businesses and a Midtown Direct train to New York City. The borough is governed by a mayor and a six-member town council. All are elected directly by voters; the mayor for four years and the council members, in staggered terms, for three years.
The Morris Plains Borough Hall is located at 531 Speedwell Avenue.
The Morris County government's so-called "West Hanover Complex," is home to many of the county's services. The…More sprawling campus is located partly in Morris Township and partly in Parsippany. West Hanover Avenue divides the two sections of the complex.
On the Morris Township side are facilities such as the Homeless Solutions Shelter, Rutgers Cooperative Extension Service, Juvenile Detention Center, Youth Shelter, Morris View Nursing Home, Office of Temporary Assistance, Shade Tree Division, ARC of Morris County and the Dean Gallo Congregate Living Facility.
The New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program (NJMEP) is one of 59 Manufacturing Extension Programs…More nationwide that uses government funding to help small- and medium-size manufacturing businesses to become more successful. They operate as private sector, non-profit entities.
NJMEP can provide advice and training on plant layout, new product development, Lean Manufacturing, cost analysis, cash flow management, environmental compliance and many other issues that affect manufacturing firms.