WESTFIELD, NJ — Mayor Andy Skibitsky read a proclamation to the Westfield Foundation at Tuesday night’s town council meeting congratulating the local organization and thanking them for completing 39 years of service to the community. The Westfield Foundation is currently holding its annual fundraising campaign. For more information, click here.

Also at that meeting, the council passed a resolution supporting the police department’s “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” year-end holiday crack down, taking place from Dec. 1 through Jan. 2, and set a date for its yearly reorganization meeting for Jan. 2 at 6 p.m.

The council welcomed Westfield’s new director of public works, Greg O’Neil, who has been on the job for two weeks.

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The council also passed a resolution opposing the construction of the Pilgrim Pipeline. To read that story, click here.

And, despite protests from some residents, the council passed a resolution approving the demolition of a Victorian home, built circa 1860, on Prospect Street. To read more about that, click here.