MILLBURN, NJ — At the final meeting of the 2019 calendar year, the Millburn Township Committee honored committeeman Sam Levy, who is leaving his position later this month.

As part of the honor, Levy was presented with a plaque by the township, given to all members upon completion of their service on the committee.

Levy had previously served from 2006-2013 on the Millburn Board of Education, serving as President from 2007 to 2009, before being elected to a three-year term on the township committee in 2016.

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Earlier this year, Levy announced he would not be seeking re-election in the 2019 race for Millburn Township Committee. His seat on the committee will be filled by Richard Wassermann, who was elected to the committee last month.

In a quick statement to TAPinto, Levy thanked the resident of Millburn for electing him to his position on the committee.

"I thank the public for allowing me the privilege and honor of serving," Levy said. "I hope I've made positive change. And where challenged among members of the public, I hope they understood the positions I took, which I always dispatched with intellectual honesty."