Government

Sullivan Sworn in to Chatham Township Committee

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Sullivan is sworn in during the reorganization meeting Thursday night. Credits: Alexandra Lubischer
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Mayor Nicole Hagner Credits: Alexandra Lubischer
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Deputy Mayor Bob Gallop Credits: Alexandra Lubischer
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CHATHAM TWP., NJ - The Chatham Township Committee held its first meeting of 2013 on Thursday night and swore in its newest member.

Kevin Sullivan took his Oath of Office on Thursday night along side reappointed Mayor, Nicole Hagner and Deputy Mayor Robert Gallop.

Immediately following Sullivan’s oath, the committee went into a closed executive session for a little over an hour before returning to the public proceedings. When the board returned to open session, Hagner offered her state of the township remarks.

She reviewed many of the committee’s actions from 2012 and looked ahead to new improvements for Chatham Township in 2013. She also spoke highly of the work of the other committee members and town officials
during Super Storm Sandy.

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