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West Caldwell Appoints New Township Manager

October 22, 2017

WEST CALDWELL, NJ — After appointing West Caldwell Chief Financial Officer Nikole Monroig as the new township administrator in July 2017, the Township of West Caldwell officially swore her into the new position on Tuesday during the mayor and council meeting.

Monroig began serving the Township of West Caldwell in 2006 as a receptionist and shortly after became the human resources ...

Township of West Caldwell Appoints New Assistant Prosecutor

WEST CALDWELL, NJ — Daniel Antonelli, Esq., was officially sworn in as assistant prosecutor to the Township of West Caldwell on Tuesday during a special ceremony at the mayor and council meeting.  

Antonelli currently serves as township attorney for the Township of Union, where he has served since 1998, as well as city attorney for the City of Linden, where he has served since 2012.

West Caldwell Declares "Isabella Rosa Day" in Honor of 8-Year-Old Resident

WEST CALDWELL, NJ — A Washington School third grader on a mission to find a cure for Type 1 diabetes was recognized at Tuesday’s West Caldwell Township Council meeting for recently being chosen as one of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation’s (JDRF) Children of Congress.

As a patient of Type 1 diabetes, Isabella “Isa” Rosa dreams of a day when diabetes is ...

Township of West Caldwell Promotes Five Police Officers

WEST CALDWELL, NJ — Five members of the West Caldwell Police Department (WCPD) were promoted to new ranks during a swearing-in ceremony at the West Caldwell Township Council meeting on Tuesday.

Among those promoted were newly appointed Cpt. Dennis Capriglione, Lt. Shaun O’Dowd, Lt. Paul Vanikiotis, Sgt. Brian Joy and Sgt. Patrick Cooper.

“Congratulations to all of the ...

Caldwell Council Discusses Street Parking, New Street Signs and More

CALDWELL, NJ – A new ordinance adopted by the Caldwell Borough Council on Tuesday will allow some residents to park in front of their homes for more than three hours.

“Presently we have three-hour parking on certain streets to try and avoid a ‘park and ride’ for the bus stop,” said Council President John Cascarano.

The council tabled another ordinance that ...

West Caldwell Welcomes New and Incoming Residents to Township

WEST CALDWELL, NJ — New and incoming residents of West Caldwell were invited to the municipal building on Tuesday for a Newcomers’ Open House hosted by the mayor and council and several other community leaders.

Following the regular meeting of the township council, elected township officials, members of the local board of education and most of the township department heads ...

Caldwell Council Contemplates Options for Community Parking Deck & More

CALDWELL, NJ – In his presentation to the Caldwell mayor and council on Tuesday updating them on problems with the community parking deck, borough engineer Glenn Beckmeyer announced that certain parts of the 28,000-square-foot deck need to be replaced.

“One option is to replace part of the deck that is currently not in use,” he said.

Councilman Richard Hauser asked whether ...

Fairfield to Install Three-Way Stop Signs at Four Township Intersections

FAIRFIELD, NJ — Drivers traveling Big Piece Road in Fairfield will soon notice three-way stop signs at four designated intersections.

The Fairfield Township mayor and council passed an ordinance on Monday night amending the township code entitled “Multi-Way Stops.”

There will be a stop sign on each end of Big Piece Road where it meets Sylvan and a stop sign on Sylvan Road ...

Caldwell Residents Pose Concerns About Essex Fells Elementary Traffic

CALDWELL, NJ — A multi-faceted traffic issue in the area of Essex Fells Elementary School was brought to the attention of the Caldwell Borough Council last week when a resident of Park Lane brought a petition signed by 18 neighborhood residents requesting that the mayor and council look into a solution.

According to the Caldwell resident, parents of students are lining up on Essex ...

Replacement Street Signs Presented to Caldwell Borough Council

CALDWELL, NJ — Having recently authorized the replacement of all borough street signs, the Caldwell Borough Council was presented with a sample of the new signs on Tuesday.

Borough Administrator Paul Carelli brought the new artwork to the council meeting in order to get the go-ahead from the mayor and council to continue with the project. He did not have a prediction for the timing ...

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