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Senator Tom Kean Jr. and Assemblywoman Nancy Muñoz Host Round Table Discussion in Roselle Park

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Senator Tom Kean Jr. - Assemblywoman Nancy Muñoz Host Round Table Discussion in Roselle Park Credits: Kathy Lloyd
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ROSELLE PARK, NJ - On Tuesday morning, Senator Tom Kean Jr. and Assemblywoman Nancy Muñoz hosted and a non-partisan roundtable discussion with Roselle Park Mayor and council, business owners, school administrators, community leaders and residents at the Sunrise Diner.

While the Senator gave an update on what is happening in Trenton, taxes and the cost of education, he mostly responded to the questions and concerns of the community.  The variety of questions ranged from taxes to airport fly patterns over the town, and everything in between. 

Below are highlights from that meeting.

The last question was from resident Martha Cray who asked the Senator if he had any plans on throwing his hat in the ring for Governor? The Senators response was, “I plan on spending a lot of time with my family this summer. How’s that? Those are my plans.”

 

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