FLORHAM PARK - Mayor Mark Taylor and members of the Borough Council joined members of the Park Avenue Club and Park Avenue Foundation to break ground for a new addition at the club at 184 Park Ave. Club Board President Raj Tatta, Foundation Board President Joe Pawelczyk and Taylor were joined by donors, board members and construction professionals to break ground on the new 14,200-sq.-ft. addition on Friday, Sept. 22.Council President William Zuckerman and Council members Scott Carpenter,...
FLORHAM PARK - After over 25 years with the department, the borough's top cop, Robert Treiber is retiring. Treiber confirmed his retirement on Thursday night, Sept. 21, stating that his last day on force will be Friday, Sept. 29, although he will be officially retiring on Feb. 1, 2018. He added that he has accepted a job in the private sector. By a unanimous vote, members of the Borough Council named Capt.
FLORHAM PARK - Since 1994, the Park Avenue Club and Foundation have occupied a historic building once used as a dairy barn by the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth to help the community.Now, officials at the private club hope a new, 14,200-sq.-ft. addition at the club will better serve members and the charitable mission of the Park Avenue Foundation, which benefits local charities and non-profit organizations.Although construction on the new addition began last month, club officials will...
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