MIDDLETOWN, NJ – As part of this month’s Neighborhood Spotlight on North Middletown, township officials and staffers will return to the Tonya Keller Community Center at 50 Bray Avenue, on Thursday, August 27th from 5:00p.m. to 7:00p.m.
“Residents are invited to come and talk with us any issues or concerns they have about the neighborhood,” said Mayor Stephanie Murray. She noted township police and staff from various departments will be available to answer questions about local services and programs.
The first outreach session was held this afternoon. From left are: Patrolman Nick Caprio, Police Chief Craig Weber, Deputy Chiefs Stephen Dollinger and Robert Stefanski, Heather Director Rich DeBenedetto, Crossroads Program Director Health DiBlasi, Animal Control Officer Williams Doherty, Public Works Director Ted Maloney, Patti Merse from the Inspections Department, Mayor Stephanie Murray, Township Administrator Anthony P. Mercantante, Recreation Director Janet Dellett, Social Services Director Barbara Miceli and Community Development Director Amy H. Sarrinikolaou.
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