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I would like to thank all the residents who exercised their Constitutional right to vote on November 4th.  I would like to thank my friends, family, my wife Lisa, my son Tommy, and fellow board members. Let me also thank those who voted for me and bestowed upon me the assignment of Mayor of Kenilworth.  It's truly an honor.  I am humbled by the support that I received during the campaign and on Election Day. Thank you for the trust, faith and believing in me.

For those who did not vote for me, I understand the reason why as there were two qualified and honorable Candidates.  Now that the election is over let's work together for a better Kenilworth. The designations as Republican and Democrat exist on Election Day, but once the votes are tallied and the victors declared and we take our seats on the Governing Body up here, we are no longer members of the Republican or Democratic party, but citizens who are working together to keep Kenilworth a great place to live.

Keeping Kenilworth a great place to live will be a team effort. A team consisting of elected officials, local organizations and most important, you the residents and taxpayers of Kenilworth.  It can always be better, so together let's make Kenilworth a better place to live and raise our children and grandchildren.

As any other team, we all have the same goal.  We may play different positions, but whether we are parents or one of Kenilworth's active seniors, we are all Kenilworth's citizens and taxpayers.  Together we can all make our lovely little town the place we call HOME.  A better place – better than yesterday; better than today; and better for the future.

The Borough is currently seeking volunteers for the Board of Health Committee, Recreation Committee, and a Representative to the Union County Transportation Advisory Board.  Any resident interested should send an email to me at F.Pugliese@KenilworthNJ.org.

I would like to wish everyone a Happy and Safe Holiday Season. Please join us on Wednesday evening, December 10th at 7:00 p.m. in front of Borough Hall for Kenilworth's Annual Tree Lighting ceremony. 

 

Mayor Fred Pugliese


 
VOLUNTEERS FOR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT NEEDED: PLEASE CONTACT EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OFFICER - ROBERT SCHIELKE - (973) 615 9072 or OEM@kenilworthnj.org
 

HELP STOCK YOUR LOCAL FOOD PANTRY
Non-perishable goods and gift cards to any supermarket can be left in the
Cry Room at St. Theresa's Church after any Mass.
Monday - Friday donations can be dropped off at the Rectory (9 am - 5 pm)
Supermarket gift cards and or check donations (payable to St. Theresa's) can be mailed to:
Social Concerns, c/o The Church of St. Theresa, 541 Washington Ave, Kenilworth, NJ 07033
If you are in need of food, you can contact the Rectory at 908-272-4444, they will arrange
for a volunteer to meet you at the pantry.
All identities of people receiving assistance are kept confidential!
 
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Next regular council meeting:
January 14th, 2015 at 7:30 pm
workshop meeting is on January 13th, 2015
at 7:30 pm
 
2015 Reorganization meeting: 
January 4, 2015 
at 12:00 pm

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