Matheny’s court appeal

Matheny has filed an appeal in New Jersey Superior Court to overturn the Peapack-Gladstone Land Use Board’s decision that Matheny is not a “permitted use” in its current location. The Land Use Board made this decision even though Matheny has existed in its current location since the 1950s and has received many land use approvals for various projects over the years.

The appeal also seeks to overturn the Board’s decision to deny Matheny’s expansion plans. The long period of time that elapsed during the Land Use proceedings has exacerbated what was already a criticial situation — the number of children with medically complex developmental disabilities who need a residential facility.

Matheny is proud to be a member of the Peapack-Gladstone community and appreciates the support of the majority of its residents.


Thank you!

The students, patients, families and staff at Matheny Medical and Educational Center would like to thank the Peapack-Gladstone community for its overwhelming support of our proposal to bring Miles for Matheny back downtown. We have always cherished our relationship with local residents, and we were truly moved by the sincere and heartwarming comments made at the recent Borough Council meeting.

We look forward to welcoming you to what we expect to be the best Miles for Matheny ever on Sunday, April 22, 2012.

Photos from Miles for Matheny 2009, the last time the event was held in downtown Peapack.