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Cedar Grove Swears in New Mayor and Deputy Mayor

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Councilman Peter Tanella is sworn in as Mayor by former Mayor Robert O'Toole. Credits: Jeanne Moreno
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Michael Maffucci is sworn in as Deputy Mayor, by Municipal Court Judge Nicholas S. Brindisi.   Credits: Jeanne Moreno
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CEDAR GROVE, NJ – Cedar Grove has a new mayor.  Deputy Mayor Peter Tanella was sworn in as mayor on Friday by former Cedar Grove Mayor Robert O’Toole.  It is his third time serving as mayor during his 12 years on the town council. 

“It’s an honor to get the opportunity to serve a third term as mayor of Cedar Grove,” Tanella said.  “I am proud to be working with my fellow council members to keep Cedar Grove among one of the best places to live in New Jersey.”

Councilman Michael Maffucci was sworn in as Deputy Mayor by Municipal Court Judge Nicholas S. Brindisi.  Maffucci was elected to the town council in November. 

“I look forward to serving the Township of Cedar Grove as Deputy Mayor,” Maffucci said.  “I will continue to do everything in my power to do what is in the best interest of the residents of this great community.”  

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