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Township Committee Presents Anthony Cioffi with a Certificate of Achievement

At the August 15th Township Committee meeting,  Anthony Cioffi was presented a Certificate of Achievement by the Township of Springfield for his outstanding football career with Jonathan Dayton High School, Rutgers University and now with the Oakland Raiders.  Anthony was unable to attend due to his work with the Oakland Raiders, but his family was there to accept this honor for him.  His cousin, Joey Cioffi read the following remarks on Anthony’s behalf:

Friends of the Springfield Library Honored for Fifty Years of Service

At the August 15th meeting of the Springfield Township Committee, the Friends of the Springfield Library were recognized for their 50th Anniversary.  The Group was formed in 1967.  Below is a copy of the Township's resolution.

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Friends of the Library Member Mara Friedman, Friends President Vera Stier Library Director Dale Spindel, Mayor Diane Sampoulos and Friends Vice President Sally Rice.

American Legion Post 228 to Meet

American Legion Post 228 will start the Legion year with a meeting September 7, 2017. All veterans from Springfield are welcome to the meeting to see what we are about and join the American Legion. We have several trips planned to the VA Hospital in East Orange and may also visit Lyons Hospital. Meetings are held in the American Legion Hall in Millburn, at 200 Main Street , the first Thursday of every month. For more information call 973-379-2292.

New Jersey State Police helicopter lands at Meisel Field

The Springfield Jr Police Academy was established in summer of 2014. It is a week long program for recruits between the ages of 11 & 14. This week of education promotes Leadership, discipline, integrity, and pride. The academy staff, Officer Ryan Westover, Officer Frank Cunha, Corporal Danielle Kahora and Officer / Drill Instructor John Laurencelle has developed a jammed packed week showing the many aspects of law enforcement.

Millburn Water Main Break Affects Springfield

A 16-inch water main has broken near Taylor Park, in Millburn. This is affecting water service in both Millburn and Springfield, causing low-pressure, discoloration, or no water at all.

New Jersey-American Water Company crews have been dispatched and will be working to restore service. Preliminary estimates are that water pressure will return to normal once valves can be closed, approximately thirty minutes after repair personnel and equipment arrive on site.

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