BERKELEY HEIGHTS, N.J.-- September 23, 2019-- Berkeley Heights Mayor Angie Devanney and Councilmen Manuel Couto and Stephen Yellin will participate in the second of 2019’s “listening sessions” on Saturday, September 28 from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Lower Columbia Park Pavilion.

This event, hosted by The Berkeley Heights Communications Committee (BHCC), creates new opportunities for residents to discuss ideas, ask questions, raise issues and provide feedback to their government representatives in an informal setting. All residents are encouraged to attend. Refreshments will be served.

Pam Yoss, BHCC Chair, said: “We highly encourage everyone to attend these sessions to share their concerns and 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.”

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The date and location for the last session of the year will be announced at a later date. That session will feature Township Council member Jeanne Kingsley and Township Council Vice President Susan Poage, ensuring the public has access to all Council members before the end of 2019. The last listening session, held in May, featured Mayor Angie Devanney, Township Council President Alvaro Medeiros and Councilman Peter Bavoso.

Please address any questions to the BHCC at

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 or email the committee at: