Meet Fanwood's Volunteer of the Month, Teresa Seefeldt

Fanwood Councilman Jack Molenaar introduces Teresa Seefeldt as the Borough's Volunteer of the Month on Monday evening. Credits: John Mooney
Councilman Jack Molenaar presents Volunteer of the Month Teresa Seefeldt with a print of Fanwood's historic train station. Credits: John Mooney

FANWOOD, NJ --  The Fanwood Council named Teresa Seefeldt, a member of the Fanwood Planning Board, as the Borough's Volunteer of the Month on Monday, Nov. 20. The proclamation was  presented by Councilman Jack Molenaar on behalf of the Mayor and Council for her volunteer service to the Planning Board and, before that, the Recreation Commission.

Ms. Seefeldt moved to Fanwood in 2005 from Michigan and wanted to get involved in the community.

In other business, the Council approved a new contract with PBA Local 123 representing Fanwood police officers and also awarded the contract for the repaving of North Avenue at the conclusion of the ongoing utility work.

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Council members congratulated Russ Huegel on his re-election and Recreation Commissioner Anthony Carter for being elected to the Council. Both will be sworn in on January 1, 2018. is Scotch Plains-Fanwood’s only free daily paper. Sign up for our daily eNews and follow us on Facebook and twitter @SPF_TAP. Download the free TAPinto App for iPhone or Android.

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