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May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and 2 On Your Side has been discussing it a lot in recent days. 2 ON YOUR SIDE: What was it that got you interested in this in the first place? NICK: Yeah, so we started this event a few years ago, just as a small three-on-three neighborhood tournament to try to have some fun and raise money for some good causes. In December 2017, I lost a close friend, Devin Waring, to suicide, and so we were lucky enough to have this platform to raise money and awareness for mental health. Since his passing, we've raised over $75,000 for charities across Buffalo. 2 ON YOUR SIDE: Tell us about this event, and how much you expect you're going to be able to raise? NICK: Yeah, so this year, we're attempting to break the world record for the longest basketball game. It's going to be taking place August 6 through the 11th, and it's going to be held at Nardin Academy's brand new athletic facility. I mean, there's a lot of popularity and hype that comes with breaking world record, and I easily think that we should be able to pass that $50,000 number that's currently our goal. 2 ON YOUR SIDE: And we would be remiss if I didn't ask you about your friend, Devin. Tell us a little bit about Devin. NICK: Yeah, I mean, Devin was a great kid, he had the world in front of him. He really had shown no signs, or any struggle of mental health, so it really shocked our entire community when that happened to December 2017. And I was fortunate to have a great group of friends and family around me to help me get through that time. And luckily, we've been able to turn his passing into something to try to inspire change for so many others that are struggling currently right now. 2 ON YOUR SIDE: How many people do you expect to turnout for this?

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Home > Campaigns >Roads project scuttled after Morris commissioners, mayor disagree Area surrounding Route 24 and Columbia Turnpike in Morris County. (Source: New Jersey Department of Transportation.) Roads project scuttled after Morris commissioners, mayor disagree Lack of community support forces Sherrill to pull interchange from her transportation budget request Morris County officials are blaming click here for more Morris Township Mayor Jeff Grayzel for torpedoing a $10 million local roads  project to be funded by the federal government to alleviate traffic issues, but he says the plan wasn’t in the best interests of his community and refused to buckle to political pressure from the all-Republican Board of Commissioners. Without universal community support, Rep. Mikie Sherrill (D-Montclair) is not expected to submit the Route 24 and Columbia Turnpike interchange project for inclusion in an appropriation recommended by the House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee. “The window of opportunity has since closed,” the Morris County Board of Commissioners said in a joint statement.  Regrettably, Morris Township refused to provide a letter of support last week that was crucial to our effort to secure federal aid through Congress.” But Grayzel, the Democratic candidate against State Sen. Anthony M. Bucco (R-Boonton), accused the county of moving the location of an exit ramp. “This proposed solution impacts Morris Township residents from accessing their homes and has the potential to create a whole new ‘crossover traffic’ problem as cars coming off Columbia Turnpike will now need to cross two lanes on Park Avenue — in a very short distance — to access the newly proposed ramp to Route 24, Grayzel said. During morning rush hour traffic, Grayzel said, the proposal “literally has the potential of completely blocking traffic on Park Avenue heading southbound from Columbia Turnpike.” “The current proposal is a sub-optimal solution that likely will just cause new problems for our residents and any vehicle attempting to access Route 24 eastbound in the morning rush,” said Grayzel. Without the prospect of federal funds, Morris County says corrective measures on the congested local roadway has been indefinitely delayed. “The unique opportunity to secure that federal aid, specifically for preliminary engineering, design and right of way acquisition phases, was lost last week,” the commissioners said. The commissioners praised Sherrill for her efforts, as well as local officials in Florham Park and Hanover. The county lawmakers said that the project had the backing of the New Jersey Department of Transportation, Morris County and all towns impacted by the congestion and accidents at the interchange. “No objections were raised in the year since the NJDOT presented a preferred realignment plan in March 2020,” the commissioners said  “We all understood the design phases would provide every opportunity for everyone to express concerns and to recommend changes at future public hearings to the NJDOT preferred plan.” Grayzel pushed back on the statement by the Republican commissioners. “Morris Township prefers to find sensible solutions to the problems facing our communities, and feels that this modified proposal does not adequately provide relief for commuters on Park Avenue and the streets of our neighboring municipalities to the south,” he said.  “Morris Township continues to support a better-planned, long-term solution benefiting all the communities seeing the immediate impacts of these traffic problems rather than fast-tracking a modified plan that appears to benefit one party.” Sherrill, who spent two years pushing the project as a transportation priority for the 11th district, is likely try again in the future. “The Route 24 and Columbia Turnpike Interchange is a crucial issue for the residents of Morris County,” said Bryan Doherty, the congresswoman’s spokesman.  “Rep. Sherrill will continue to identify and advocate for federal opportunities to support this project in the future and work with the relevant stakeholders to find a path forward.”

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