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West Orange Township Council Approves Commercial Tax Appeals That Will Reduce Revenue

November 24, 2016

WEST ORANGE, NJ – In order to stop the long-term financial drain to the community, the West Orange Township Council approved a resolution on Tuesday to accept various outstanding tax appeals for commercial buildings that were reassessed at lower tax rates.

According to Councilman Joe Krakoviak, 52 commercial buildings will be able to pay reduced taxes due to the reassessments and the ...

Projected West Orange Township Council Results are In

WEST ORANGE, NJ — Election officials have reported 36 out of the 37 districts for 97.30 percent of the total votes counted. Residents have chosen three candidates for the West Orange Township Council at Large.

Jerry Guarino is the projected winner of one of three open seats for council with 7,305 votes (20.73 percent of the 27,070 total votes).

Joe Krakoviak is projected to ...

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JCP&L Conducting Thermovision Inspections to Help Enhance Customer Service Reliability

Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) is conducting thermovision inspections on 355 distribution circuits across northern and central New Jersey.  

JCP&L employees use thermographic cameras to detect potential problems on wires and other electrical equipment that cannot be observed during regular visual inspections.  The high-tech cameras are used to capture infrared ...

The Mayor's Roundtable November Edition

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Mayor's Round Table is a monthly show hosted by Dr. Donald DeFabio, who sits with Mayor Robert Woodruff to talk about current issues that affect the township as well as answer questions submitted by citizens. 

Included in this episode are discussions regarding the next step to creating a Peppertown Park committee; Board of Education ...