Residents who can’t attend are encouraged to email questions.
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ -- Berkeley Heights Mayor Angie Devanney, Council Vice President Susan Poage, and Councilwoman Jeanne Kingsley will participate in the first “Coffee & Conversation” of 2020 on Saturday, February 29, at 11:30 am at the Berkeley Heights VFW (15 Locus Avenue).
Stop by to say “hello” on your way to or from the Grand Opening at the brand-new YMCA located next door to the VFW on Locust Avenue. What a great way to spend some of your Saturday!
This event was created to give residents another opportunity to ask questions, raise issues, and provide feedback to their government representatives in an informal setting.
Can’t attend but have a question? New this year, the Berkeley Heights Communications Committee (BHCC) is seeking emailed questions from residents. Residents are asked to email questions to the BHCC ahead of time for the Mayor and these council members to address. Berkeley Heights Mayor Angie Devanney, Council Vice President Susan Poage, and Councilwoman Jeanne Kingsley will record answers to submitted questions as time allows.
Pam Yoss, BHCC Chair, said: “We highly encourage everyone to attend these sessions to ask questions and to learn more about what is going on in Berkeley Heights. They are a great opportunity for residents to connect with their elected officials in a more informal way.”
The last listening session, held in September, featured Mayor Angie Devanney, Township Councilmen Manuel Couto and Stephen Yellin. In May, Mayor Angie Devanney, Township Council President Alvaro Medeiros and then-Councilman Peter Bavoso participated.
Please address any questions to the BHCC at BHCommunications@bhtwp.com.
The Berkeley Heights Communications Committee Founded in 2010, the Berkeley Heights Communications Committee (BHCC) is an all-volunteer committee consisting of business owners, community leaders, and residents of Berkeley Heights Township. The BHCC’s mission is to maximize the transparency of Township activities as well as promote both public and private sector initiatives aimed at enhancing the quality of life for local community members. For more information, visit the Township’s website at http://www.BerkeleyHeights.gov or email the committee at: BHCommunications@bhtwp.com.