Millstone Township Municipal Court
Millstone Township Municipal Court
Location: 215 Millstone Road, Millstone Twp., NJ 08510
Phone: (732) 446-6219
Fax: (732) 446-4853
The judge in Millstone Courts is the Honorable Francis F.X. Foley, J.M.C. The prosecutor is Richard Kelly, Esq. Traffic tickets, millstone marijuana arrests, and DWI charges from both Millstone Township and Roosevelt Borough are heard in this court. The Court Administrator is Diane Canzanella, CMCA. Millstone Township does not have its own police department. The New Jersey State Police have jurisdiction over the area and issue a large amount of speeding and other traffic tickets. Also a fair amount of minor drug possession arrests resulting from car searches.
Millstone – New Jersey
Millstone Township is located in the far western portion of Monmouth County, New Jersey. The township is a picturesque community of horse and tree farms. The 2000 US Census reported the township’s population to be 8,970.
Millstone Township became officially incorporated by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature on February 28, 1844. The township was carved from sections of Freehold Township, Upper Freehold Township and Monroe Township. In 1845, Millstone gave Monroe Twp back the parts of the township taken from Monroe.
Millstone spans about 37.2 square miles (96.3 km2), of which, 36.8 square miles (95.2 km2) of it is land and 0.4 square miles (1.1 km2) of it (1.13%) is water.
Six Flags Great Adventure, which is located in Jackson, is nearby with an entrance from Millstone.
Millstone Township is organized under the “Township form” of New Jersey municipal government. The township committee is made up of five members elected at large in partisan elections every November. While Millstone children attend local schools, high school age public school students attend Allentown High School.
The township is well serviced by roads and highways, with CR 571, CR 524, CR 526, CR 527, CR 537 Routes 33 and I-195 all passing through Millstone.
Roosevelt was incorporated as a borough called Jersey Homesteads in 1937 from portions of Millstone Township. The community was renamed Roosevelt after the president’s death in 1945.
In 2008, the New Jersey Monthly magazine ranked Roosevelt as the 12th “Best Place to Live” in New Jersey.
The population density low. As per the 2010 census, less than 900 people lived in Roosevelt in the total area of 2.0 square miles. The 2000 census registered 258 families, 337 households and 351 housing units. According to unofficial data, the estimated median house or condo value in 2009 was $264,684, almost twice the 2000 value of $133,600.
More than a third (39.5%) of the households had minors living with them. The majority (64.1%) were composed of married couples living together. Households made up of non-families and of individuals represented 23.4% and 18.7%, respectively. About 11% had someone living alone who was 65 years old or over.
The median age of the population of Roosevelt at the time of the 2000 census was 40 years. The age breakdown was 27.8% under 18, 26.7% from 25 to 44, 27.5% from 45 to 64, and 12.1% who 65 or older. There were 87.7 adult males for every 100 adult females.
The most common ancestries are Irish (22.4%), German (14.8%), Italian (10.1%), Polish (9.6%), English (6.5%), and French (4.9%). As of the 2000 census, the ethnic composition was 88.96% White, 4.50% Hispanic or Latino of any race, 2.57% African American, and 2.04% Asian.
The 2000 census statistics reveal that the median family income was $67,019. Male median income was about 32% higher than that of females ($50,417 versus $38,229). The median household income and the per capita income were $61,979 and $24,892, respectively. As per unofficial 2008 estimates, these stood at $85,554 and $33,138. Around 4.3% of the population lived below the poverty line. The January 2011 cost of living index was 19.1% higher than the national average.
The 2010 data for highest educational level of residents age 25 and over reveal that 5.09% did not complete high school versus 26.93% who did. Those with some college or associate’s degree represented 20.96%. Holders of a bachelor’s degree were 28.09% versus 20.65% statewide. Those with a graduate degree were 18.92% versus 12.05% statewide.
During the 2005-2009 period, most males were employed in the industries of information (12%), educational services (12%), construction (10%), and retail trade (10%). Approximately 40% of the females were engaged in educational services (19%), health care and social assistance (18%), and retail trade (15%).