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REVIVE Personal and Sports Training held a ribbon cutting at their new location in Springfield at 251 Morris Avenue

On hand were family and friends as well as Springfield Patriot Chamber of Commerce and Business Improvement Committee Co-chairman Scott Seidel (left), owners Amy and Dave Walsh (3rd and 4th from left), Township Committeeman Richard Huber, Springfield Patriot Chamber of Commerce and Business Improvement Committee Co-chairman Mike Scalera and Chamber of Commerce Vice President Elliot Merkin (3rd, 4th & 5th from right respectively).  Refreshments were served to the more than two dozen people who were there to celebrate their grand opening.

November 28th Township Committee Meeting Recap by Jesse Broome

Springfield Township Committee Honor Retiring Police Lieutenant, Approves Eagle Scout Project.

The Springfield Township Committee Meeting on November 28, 2017 opened by recognizing one of Springfield’s finest. After a 38-year career with the Springfield Police Department, Lieutenant Judd Levenson announced his retirement. Mayor Diane Stampoulos heralded Lt. Levenson’s service to the community via a proclamation. Police Chief Cook also provided some kind words for the longtime officer.


Detective Lieutenant Judd Levenson Receives Proclamation from Mayor Stampoulos

At the November 28th Township Committee meeting Detective Lieutenant Judd Levenson received a Proclamation from Mayor Diane Stampoulos congratulating him on his 38 year career with the Springfield Police Department.  Levenson started with the Department in 1979 and will be retiring at the end of the month.  In an exclusive interview with the Patriot Times, Levenson said: "I am very appreciative of the recognition I received from Mayor Stampoulos, the Township Committee and Chief Cook for my career that I basically view as doing my job the best I can