Garwood’s Fiscal Health is Our Number One Priority

This article was published in the Monday, October 21, 2019 edition of The Patch. As Council members and taxpayers, we take fiscal responsibility very seriously. We believe there needs to be a proper balance between maintaining our services and infrastructure and the funding they require. Our

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Ramping Up Paving Projects in Garwood

This article was published in the Monday, October 13, 2019 edition of The Patch. A majority of people living in New Jersey rate the condition of the state’s roads as fair or poor, and the American Society of Civil Engineers found that 66 percent of the state’s roads are in poor

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Garwood GOP Council Candidates Lack A Plan

This article was published in the Monday, October 13, 2019 edition of The Patch. I commend Garwood GOP Council candidates Nicastro, Bellomo, and Stevens for running for council, but their town-wide mailer really made me think about how qualified their team is to manage any of the

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The Garwood “Correction”

Last week, the Nicastro-Stevens-Bellomo campaign, in a piece paid for by the Garwood Republican Club, distributed a political propaganda piece posing as a town-wide newsletter.  Worse yet, it impersonated, “The Garwood Connection,” a Lincoln School parent publication and included student

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Garwood GOP Council Candidates Need a Lesson in Transparency

This article was published in the Monday, October 6, 2019 edition of The Patch. Transparency is a word that gets thrown around a lot during political campaigns. It was a surprise to me that the Republican candidates for Garwood Council (Stevens, Nicastro, and Bellomo) screamed about the lack of

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