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West Caldwell Mayor and Council Reorganize for 2017

January 9, 2017

WEST CALDWELL, NJ — West Caldwell Mayor Joseph Tempesta, Jr. addressed the community and welcomed various community members to different committees during the West Caldwell Township Council Reorganization Meeting on Saturday.

Returning council members Josep Cecere and Stephen Wolsky, both joined by their families, were the first to take their oaths of office to serve three-year ...

Richard Leonard and David Jacobs Sworn in to Roseland Borough Council

ROSELAND, NJ — Roseland Borough Council members Richard Leonard and David Jacobs officially began their new terms as councilmen on Tuesday as they were unanimously re-elected by the mayor and council and sworn in accompanied by members of their family.

Jacobs will be serving his fourth-consecutive term on the council.

Following the swearing-in ceremony, council members nominated ...

Fairfield Police Department Recognized for Toys for Tots Initiative at Township Council Meeting

FAIRFIELD, NJ – Having just completed the celebration of Christmas, the Fairfield mayor and council recognized the township police department’s initiative to collect more than 1,500 toys for this year’s Toys for Tots drive.

Speaking at the council’s meeting on Tuesday, Police Chief Anthony G. Manna told Fairfield Mayor James Gasparini and council members that special ...

New Jersey Lawmakers Delay Vote on Digital Legal Notices; Governor Christie Still in Favor of Measure

TRENTON, NJ – New Jersey lawmakers last week delayed their vote on a measure that would allow legal notices to be published digitally on Internet websites. The legislators pushed off action until after the holidays

The proposal, opposed by print newspapers, would end print media’s lucrative monopoly on publishing paid legal notices, a steady source of revenue for print ...

Roseland Borough Council Focuses on “Gift of Safety” During Holiday Season

ROSELAND, NJ – Having a safe holiday season was a main focus of the Roseland Borough Council meeting Tuesday, where Councilman Richard Leonard said residents could save someone’s life with the “important, practical gift” of an explosive gas detector.

“The recent natural gas explosion that caused a massive fire in three homes in Paterson may have been prevented if ...

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