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Edison Council Members Sworn in at Town's Reorganization Meeting

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EDISON, NJ - Newly elect Council members were sworn in to serve on the Edison Township Council for next 4 years.

Rob Karabinchak by Mayor Thomas Lankey, Michael Lombardi by Michael R. Lombardi, Esq., Ajay Patil by Dr. Thomas Paterniti and Leonard Sendelsky by Senator Peter Barnes III were sworn in to serve on the Edison Township Council at this years first reorganization meeting held at 100 Municipal Blvd, Edison, NJ.

Councilmen Sendelsky and Patil are new additions to the governing body, while Councilman Karabinchak and newly elect Council President 2016 Lombardi will continue to serve the council to improve the quality of life in Edison.

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