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Hazlet to Hold Reorganization Meeting Saturday

New committee members will be sworn in and appointments will be made.

The Township Committee of Hazlet Township will hold their Organization Meeting on Saturday, Jan. 5 at noon.

Former Recreation Director Barbara Ronchetti and former Pop Warner organizer Jim DiNardo will be sworn in as committee members. Ronchetti, with 4,340 votes, and DiNardo, with 4,529 votes, beat Republican David Tinker, with 3,960 votes and James Brady, with 3,861 during the November election.

The Township Committee will also make appointments during the reorganization meeting, which is open to the public.

The meeting will be held at the Hazlet Township Municipal Building, 1766 Union Avenue, Hazlet, NJ 07730.

kf January 06, 2013 at 04:48 AM
OK Mr DiNardo, your mail out that you spent thousands on said you will put the township admin back to a five day work week. The Fridays after Sandy the town offices were closed. I can show videos of people coming to the million dollar town hall and leaving pissed off no one was there. The outgoing Mayor should be condemned for this while his cronies from the Pubic Works Dept soaked the township for the weeks after the storm driving around in their new Silverado Pick up trucks. By the way why a Silverado with all the bells and chimes? Oh thats right they need power windows for coffee
Erika January 06, 2013 at 03:41 PM
OK...seriously....get over it kf....he wasn't even in office for Sandy....it was still your boy Tinkler...so stop obsessing about Silverados.... he and his "cronies" are entitled to buy anything they want, they work hard for it....There was no power...nothing was really open and they were out there volunteering and believe me...i know...because i saw him out volunteering....soooo please stop being so jealous and immature
JL January 08, 2013 at 01:04 PM
except that Tinkers cup holder was there for his alcoholic libations not coffee. When it was brought to Tinkers attention that 6 full weeks after the storm a limb was hanging precariously over a main street in Hazlet and that public works ignored it and never escalated the problem, he proceded to chastise me and suggested that I, a Disabled person " should set up a ladder and do it myself " and then use the old and copied and misused election cliche' " If your not part of the solution then your part of the problem". He then proceded to verbally abuse me and accuse me of being a hero in my own mind.. I saved those e-mails...drink up Tinker!

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