On Dec. 17, the township will hold a town hall meeting for residents to discuss the handing of Sandy. Representatives from PSE&G and the towns emergency responders will be present, as well as township officials.
On Dec. 17 the Township of Scotch Plains will hold a town forum for residents to discuss the township's response to Sandy. On hand at the meeting will be representatives from PSE&G, the town's emergency responders and township officials. The mayor and council will also be prepared to answer any questions from the public. The meeting is set to begin at 7 p.m. in the Council Chambers of the Scotch Plains Municipal Building.
The former Westfield resident calls the town one "New Jersey can be most proud of."
On the heels of his state address calling for a "New Jersey Comeback," Gov. Chris Christie continued that theme at a town-hall style meeting in Westfield Wednesday morning where he reinforced his stance on property taxes, pension and health benefit reforms and brighter days for the state's families and workforce. More than 600 people filled the National Guard Armory in Westfield to listen to the governor. Westfield is friendly terrain for Christie, who was greeted by a standing ovation from the crowd. The governor noted his closest political advisors Bill Palatucci and Mike DuHaime live in town. His former chief of staff, Rich Bagger, is also a Westfield resident, as are Senate Minority Leader Tom Kean Jr. and Assembly Minority Leader Jon …