SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – South Plainfield Seniors attended “Meet the Mayor” at the South Plainfield Senior Center this past Saturday for breakfast and got the opportunity to ask the Mayor questions about the Borough. The event, which lasted nearly two hours, covered an array of topics regarding the school board referendum, speeding issues, taxes, low income housing, adding crosswalk signs in front of the senior center, and an ongoing cat issues at the center.
“The questions were insightful,” said Mayor Anesh. “I would like to thank Tree Olano for organizing the event, and the seniors who attended the event. I know I learned a couple of things this morning, and I hope the seniors feel the same way.”
Based upon the reaction of the seniors it appeared everyone enjoyed the event. “Mayor Anesh is personally committed to the senior community and the senior center, “said Senior Director, Tree Olano. “He took the time this weekend to better understand our unique needs and concerns. He is always available to listen and support not only our center, but the entire community.”
Director Olano said the next “Meet the Mayor” will be in May or June 2017.