MADISON, NJ - On the eve of Thanksgiving, Madison Mayor Bob Conley offered a Thanksgiving message to the community.

"If you are like me, you were probably looking forward to a normal Thanksgiving after all the sacrifices we have made during this pandemic", said Mayor Conley. "Well, that's not going to happen".

"But that's no reason to let it ruin a great holiday", he said. "A holiday where we give thanks, especially to those Frontline workers who put others first during the pandemic.It's a holiday for family, even if it's virtual or smaller gatherings spread out in the garage".

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"We can't let the pandemic ruin our Thanksgiving", said Conley. "We must take on the challenge to make it a special day, in a different way".

Mayor Conley asked the residents to follow the guidelines so that we all stay safe.