Chatham Borough Council Set to Name Williams Administrator; Dixiedale and Post Office Updates at Monday Meeting

The Borough of Chatham Council will vote on making Steve Williams the administrator at Monday night's meeting Credits: Borough of Chatham

CHATHAM, NJ - The Borough of Chatham Council will vote on a resolution to appoint Steve Williams as borough administrator at its regular meeting set for 7:30 p.m. Monday night.

Williams has served as the interim acting administrator since June 12, after Robert Falzarano resigned to take a similar position in Harding Township. If approved, Williams will receive a salary of $136,000 for 2018, effective Jan. 1.

Also on the agenda for Monday will be updated reports on the sale of the Dixiedale Farm property in Chatham Township, which has prompted Hillside Avenue residents to see a dead end or cul-de-sac, as well as an update on mail delivery by the post office.



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