GOVERNMENT

More 'Open Government' is Targeted in Township and Borough

February 19, 2018

RARITAN TWP., NJ – It doesn’t have to cost a lot of money.

In both the township and in Flemington, that’s what advocates of more open government are saying about their efforts to improve government transparency.

“Openness and transparency form the foundation for good government,” said Raritan Township Committeeman Craig O’Brien. “As elected ...

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Wreath Laying for Local Vietnam Hero Lost 50 Years Ago Today Held in Piscataway

February 18, 2018

Childhood friends of Soldier & Family Join Mayor Brian C. Wahler, Township Councilmembers, RU Army ROTC Cadets, Local American Legion & Lake Nelson Residents Today at Park Named After Veteran

PISCATAWAY, NJ – On Feb. 18th, the 50th anniversary of the passing of Jeffrey R. Byrne, a Piscataway-raised 19-year-old who died serving in Vietnam, childhood friends of him and his family ...

Letter to NP Mayor and Council

February 17, 2018

I am writing to express my dismay at the New Providence Council’s actions at its February 12th meeting. The council voted to allow up to three council members (up from 2) to attend committee meetings. Because of Sunshine Laws no more than three can attend a meeting.  In my opion, the objective was to squeeze-out Mayor Morgan from committee meetings.  Without going into ...