Mayor of Woodland Park Welcomes TAPinto Passaic Valley


Greetings and welcome to the new TAPinto Passaic Valley news outlet!

As Mayor of Woodland Park, I’ve found that communication is key to our success.  The Borough Council and I are always looking for new, innovative ways to reach our residents with news, information and events going on around town.   

Digital and social media are now how most Americans get their news and learn of current events.   This site will be another means to provide that knowledge!

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We welcome TAPinto PV as the newest member of our media community and hope the sites efforts will keep our community members more informed and aware.

Congratulations on your launch!


Best Regards,

Keith Kazmark


Borough of Woodland Park

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