SOMERSET, NJ - If you couldn't watch the township meeting live on TV and can't wait to see the replay, don't worry, because TAPinto Franklin Township has got you covered.
Watch the videos below and click on the hyperlinks to get more details of some of the topics of discussion.
Sherman discussed her attendance at the 40-year celebration for the Meadows Foundation and the possibility of a museum coming to town. She also discussed an upcoming resolution regarding DACA and their positive impact on New Jersey's ecomony.
Councilwoman Rozalyn Sherman
Onyejiaka thanked his constituents for voting him in for three more years as the councilman for the third ward. Onyejiaka defeated challenger Beverly Briggs-Lawson 1,886-927 last Tuesday, according to unofficial results.
Councilman Charles Onyejiaka
Councilwoman At-Large Kimberly Francois
Prasad thanked all of the voters for coming out last week and reminded everyone how it is the most important role in a democracy. He also encouraged people to let their officials know what their stance is on DACA.
Councilman Rajiv Prasad
Councilwoman At-Large Shanel Robinson
Robinson thanked everyone for voting, including those that didn't vote for her. She also reminded the public her work is not done. Robinson also discussed a recent Kidde Inc. fire extinguisher recall.
Chase thanked his constituents for re-electing him. He also discussed a meeting he attended last Thursday with a member from the Franklin Township Task Force in regards to the proposed compressor station, and how he will send information gathered from the meeting to the township manager.
Councilman Theodore Chase
Mayor Phil Kramer
Kramer discussed his feelings on the recent Board of Education election results.
He also discussed how the second ward candidate that lost his bid for election had some misleading information on his site. In ward two, William (Will) Galteiri defeated his opponent Scott Siegel 2,951-1,823,
The mayor and council members can be reached by clicking here.
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