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Get Involved in the Vision for Green Brook’s Village Center

The Green Brook Township Committee is embarking on a Village Center Visioning Study to explore the possibilities of establishing a walk-able town center with commercial and residential interests.  The result of this study will be suggested changes to zoning, land use, transportation, and other regulations that will affect all aspects of our community including our quality …

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Meet Your 2016 Candidates for Township Committee

Dr. Michelle Previtera is a 7 year resident of Green Brook, NJ and has a five-year old son. Michelle earned a BS degree from Thomas Jefferson University in Bioscience Technologies and a PhD from Rutgers University in Cell and Developmental biology. She currently works in the pharmaceutical industry. She wants to serve her community through …

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Call for Candidates. Be the Difference in 2016!

The Green Brook Democrats are accepting letters of interest from anyone wanting to guide the direction of our township government. Two seats will be on the ballot in November 2016. This is your opportunity to be the difference and lead the way for Green Brook. Run for township committee. Contact us at gbdems@gmail.com.

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SCFDW Rallies in Support of Our Candidate Dr. Michelle Previtera

Check out these photos of our candidate, Dr. Michelle Previtera, at Saturday’s rally sponsored by the Somerset County Federation of Democratic Women. A terrific crowd turned out to celebrate and support the county’s women candidates — a great roster of smart, savvy, service-oriented women! Election day is November 3. Polls are open from 6 am until 8 pm. …

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Meet Our 2015 Candidates

Dr. Michelle Previtera is committed to protecting our environment, ensuring public safety and maintaining our roads. She has a Ph.D in cell and developmental biology from Rutgers University. Working as a scientist she researches brain cancer and stroke and fosters the careers of future scientists via internship programs. She resides in Green Brook with her …

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Seeking Candidates for Township Committee for 2015

The Green Brook Democrats will be holding screenings of persons seeking the nomination of the party for the upcoming primary election. If you are a registered voter in the township, and have an interest in running for the Green Brook Township Committee, we welcome you to submit your letter of interest with the Green Brook …

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It’s All Up to You…Don’t Forget to Vote!!

What can you do to make a difference in tomorrow’s election results? A LOT!! MAKE SURE YOU VOTE – Polls are open from 6:00am – 8:00pm. MAKE SURE EVERY VOTER IN YOUR HOME VOTES – Make it an outing. Treat them to coffee. Ride together. MAKE SURE YOUR NEIGHBORS VOTE – Don’t be shy. Remind …

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B Safe When U Drive and B Aware of the New “U Drive. U Text. U Pay.” Initiative

In a press release issued on 4/1/2014, the Division of Highway Traffic Safety and the NJ State Attorney General’s office announced that they have issued $5K grants to 60 police departments throughout New Jersey to crackdown on motorists talking and texting on their mobile phones via new program entitled “U Drive. U Text. U Pay.” …

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Proposal to Outsource Green Brook EMS is Off the Table

As posted on the Green Brook EMS Facebook page: Thank you Green Brook residents. The mayor was bombarded with your emails and the township committee withdrew the proposal to go 24/7 paid ems. We saved the EMS volunteers! Thank you! 554 people signed the petition.  Thank you to all who voiced their opinion.

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Sign The Petition to Save the Green Brook EMS

Dear Residents, Please sign the petition.  Green Brook township committee along with the township administrator is trying to dissolve the Green Brook Volunteer EMS. Mayor Boccio and the township administrator, Kelly Cupit, advised our EMS Chief that this is strictly for “financial reasons.” The EMS total operating budget is approximately $25K per year. This small …

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