Christine A. Roy, a partner in Rutter & Roy LLP, Freehold Township, has been asked to serve on the International Right of Way Association’s (IRWA) International Ethics Committee. The mission of the committee is to promote and enforce the highest ethical and professional standards of the IRWA. Members review alleged violations of the IRWA’s rules of Professional Conduct and/or Standards of Practice for Right of Way Professionals. Roy has been actively involved with the IRWA, New Jersey Chapter 15, since 2003, having served as a past president. She focuses primarily on environmental law and eminent domain, and has extensive experience in land use law, railroad law, transportation law, pipeline law and appellate practice.
Children and their parents are invited to a “Storytime Live!” event at Kiddie Academy of Marlboro, 208 Commercial Drive, at 11 a.m. Aug. 27. “Storytime Live!” will feature an appearance by Curious George. The event is free and open to everyone. Details: www.kiddieacademy.com/marlboro
Administrators at CentraState Medical Center, Freehold Township, announced that the medical center has received a four-star rating from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Five-Star Quality Rating System. CentraState is one of only eight hospitals in New Jersey to receive four stars, which was the highest rating issued in New Jersey this year. The rankings are based, in part, on 64 quality measures such as mortality, hospital-acquired infection rates and readmission rates. “We are pleased to be recognized by the federal government for the quality of care we provide our patients,” said John Gribbin, president and CEO, CentraState Healthcare System. “While there are many quality indicators that focus on various health-related services, which can differ in outcomes, it is gratifying that CMS, a division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, has noted the commitment of our physicians, nurses and clinicians to uphold our mission of clinical excellence.”
T&M Associates, Middletown, a national consulting, environmental, engineering and construction management company, has promoted Patrick Jeffery of Freehold to vice president. Jeffery is a vice president and operations manager for T&M’s Toms River office. He joined the company in 2010 and has led projects to design or improve major roads, storm water management systems, sanitary sewer systems, potable water systems and recreational facilities. In 2015, his project to improve water quality in the Barnegat Bay through the relocation of an outfall was presented with the Municipal Project of the Year award from the New Jersey Society of Municipal Engineers.
The law firm of Davison, Eastman & Muñoz, P.A., Freehold Township, announced that effective Aug. 1, Matthew K. Blaine and Blake R. Laurence have been named partner. “We are proud of Matt and Blake for their dedicated service to our clients and to the firm over the past several years. They have worked hard for these promotions,” said James A. Paone II, the firm’s managing partner. Blaine focuses his practice on business law and litigation, commercial law and employment law. He joined the firm in 2009. Laurence, who is a member of the firm’s Tax and Estate Planning Department, is experienced in all aspects of estate planning, administration, litigation, taxation, IRS tax issues, corporate transactions and landlord-tenant work. He joined the firm in 2006.
SFC Enterprises Inc. has broken ground on the Marlboro Medical Arts Building, 479 Newman Springs Road (Route 520), Marlboro. The project is classified as a Class A professional office building, with 100 percent of the space approved for medical purposes. The project includes a two-story medical arts building (24,000 square feet) and a single-story building (11,261 square feet). CentraState Health Pavilion at Marlboro and Immediate Care Medical Walk-In of Marlboro will serve as anchor tenants. Additional space is available for lease through Richel Commercial Brokerage, LLC. Interested parties can visit marlboromedicalartsbldg.com for more information.
The YMCA of Western Monmouth County, Freehold Township, will debut a redesigned fitness center on Sept. 6. The fitness center will have 22 pieces of new cardio equipment, including the newest models of bikes, treadmills, AMTs, and Sparc & Arc trainers from LifeFitness and Cybex. Cynthia Joy, president & CEO of the YMCA, said that in October, 17 pieces of the newest LifeFitness strength equipment that will feature LFConnect, a QR reader app through which members can track their progress and view videos on proper equipment usage, will be added. Details: 732-462-0464.