FLORHAM PARK, N.J.- Last week, the Borough of Florham Park held their annual Re-Organization meeting at town hall. Lead by Mayor Mark Taylor of seven years, the room was filled with community leaders and members, ready to serve. The meeting began with greetings from Mayor Taylor followed by the invocation and prayer led by Father Thomas of Holy Family Church and Hanover Park Student Erin Peterson who sang the National Anthem beautifully. Mayor Taylor highlighted some distinguished guests who were also in attendance in no certain order of importance and apologizing if he left a few out. Some of those in attendance were the Honorable Judge James Demarco, Former Mayors of Florham Park, Former Councilmen, Freeholder Mastrangelo, Sheriff Gannon, and Freeholder Heather Darling, to name a few.

The first order of business was the swearing in of Councilman Scott Carpenter and his appointment as Council President for Florham Park. Also mentioned, Councilwoman Carmen Cefelo-Pane who was not in attendance and will be sworn in at a later date. Following, came appointments for  many different portions and positions of the town. Florham Park also swore in two new Police Officers, Faith Niemynski and Gregory Dietz took their oath surrounded by their families as Police Chief Joseph Orlando looked on. Mayor Taylor expressed his gratitude for all of the town employees, volunteers, and community members who make Florham Park so great by saying “As we look back on 2018 and all that we have accomplished, I must highlight that Florham Park continues to be the best place to live in New Jersey.” This rings true as Florham Park was granted the AAA Bond Rating for so many years.

 

The meeting closed out with thanks from Mayor Taylor to all of Florham Park. "Our community truly is the greatest place to live," Mayor Taylor said it best.