Moments of Thanks at Wednesday’s Council Meeting in Madison

Credits: TAP Staff

MADISON, NJ - Greeting the public, Mayor Conley reflected on Memorial Day in Madison and the great recognition shown for those who gave their lives for our freedom.

Carmela Vitale, Council Member, added, “I would like to thank Jim Kemp and the Patriotic Committee.  They worked so diligently and so hard.  These guys are all vets and they respect what Memorial Day is.  So, I want to say “thank you” for all their great work.”

During the Invitation for Discussion portion of the meeting, on behalf of the MAF (Madison Athletic Foundation) which has been working to raise a portion of the funding toward the Madison Recreation Complex, Nino Coviello presented another check toward the project.

“I’d like to personally thank the mayor and council for your time, patience and consideration in getting this done.  I think we have a good product in terms of the resolution.  So, on behalf of the MAF, we are giving you another $100,000 toward the one million.”  Mayor Conley physically left his bench, approached the podium and the two shook hands posing for a photo.

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