Thursday, January 24, 2013
The Aberdeen Council approved the appointments of local residents as members of boards and councils.
Several Aberdeen residents were appointed as volunteer members of local boards and councils at the Township Council's Jan. 15 meeting. The following people were appointed to the Senior Citizen Advisory Board: The following people were appointed to the Recreation Advisory Board: The following people were appointed to the Aberdeen Environmental & Shade Tree Advisory: The following people were appointed to the Township of Aberdeen Business Council 2013:
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
The Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders named residents to county boards.
A Keyport resident was appointmented to the Advisory Council to the Office of the Aging during Monmouth County's annual reorganization meeting on Thursday at Biotechology High School in Freehold Township. Isaiah Cooper will serve on the Advisory Council for three years. The full list of citizen appointments made by the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders is as follows:
In addition to four new members, the board of education now has a new president and vice president.
The Matawan Aberdeen Board of Education elected a new president and vice president for 2013 at their Jan. 3 reorganization meeting. After swearing in new members Tara Martinez, James Macomber, Joelle Nappi and Kathleen Gentile, the board nominated and voted for both leadership positions. Elected as board president was Jeff Delaney, an Aberdeen resident who is currently in his first term as a board member. Delaney is looking forward to continuing his service to the local educational community. "I've been in education all my life, never from this perspective. I think that I can bring valuable things to the process," he said after the meeting. Matawan resident Anissa Esposito, also in her first term, was elected as the vice president of the…
Saturday, January 5, 2013
Several borough departments and emergency responders were honored for their response to Sandy.
Several Matawan residents, employees and volunteers were honored by Mayor Paul Buccellato as the 2012 Citizen Of The Year for their dedication to the borough before, during and after Hurricane Sandy. "The destruction that followed Sandy was, to say the least, incredible. Not only to New Jersey but to New York, Connecticut and parts of Pennsylvania. None of us will ever forget Sandy," Buccellato said before presenting plaques to the recipients at the Matawan reorganization meeting. Buccellato recalled the destruction after the storm and the challenges that not only the borough but the entire Bayshore faced, highlighting the way the Matawan Police Department, Matawan Volunteer Fire Department, Matawan First Aid Squad, Matawan Department of …
Friday, January 4, 2013
Appointments were made at the Jan. 2 meeting.
The Aberdeen Township Council made appointments at their annual reorganization meeting Wednesday night. Zoning Board of Adjustment Deputy Municipal Court Monmouth County Community Development
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. on Jan. 2 at the Aberdeen Township Municipal Building.
The Aberdeen Township Council will hold their annual reorganization meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 2 at 7 p.m. in the courtroom at the Aberdeen Township Municipal Building. According to the agenda for the 2013 reorganization meeting, the council will make appointments to the Planning Board as well as the Zoning Board of Adjustment. The council will also appoint a deputy municipal clerk and approve a temporary 2013 budget. The council will then adjourn into an executive session, where they are expected to discuss train station redevelopment, potential litigation with Prime 34, land acquisition involving Aberdeen Wilson and contractual professional RFQ's. The full agenda is attached to this article below the photo of town hall.