Senior Netanya Stein Presented with $1000 Gift from Local Assistance Board at Tuesday's West Caldwell Council Meeting
by Carolyne Volpe Curley / Carolyne@WestEssexNow.com Published 7:46pm
WEST CALDWELL, NJ - Tuesday's meeting of the West Caldwell governing body opened with a presentation to Netanya Stein who received a $1000 check from the Local Assistance Board in appreciation for her many years of community service. Stein will spend the next year in Israel before entering college.
"I will tell you they picked someone really outstanding this year,"
Councilman Joe Cecere reported that this Saturday at 11am the Crane House will have a Civil War Encampment and the public is invited to stop by for an interesting display.
"I also want to compliment my brother in law, Luca Piscatelli,
Pot hole crews are working, reported Council President Rich Otterbein, and any resident who feels that their street has pot holes in need of being filled should contact the Department of Public Works at 973-226-2300 so it can be attended to.
Councilman Stan Hladik thanked all the spring coaches and players for a great season. On Friday, Westville Pool will be having a free swim from 11:30am to 7:30pm and any West Essex town residents are welcome to visit the pool and cool off.
Otterbein also reported that West Caldwell is in good shape financially.
Councilman Mike Docteroff stated that the technology update at both pools is in motion; the WiFi system is working well and plans are continuing for a picture ID badge swiping program. The Camp Wyanokie outing is June 28, Docteroff added.
Councilman Stephen P. Wolsky was not present at the public portion of the meeting.