Friday, October 5, 2012

Garwood Dems Slam GOP for 'Slow-Moving' Transit Study

In a recent letter to the editor two local Democrats slammed the borough's Republican officials for 'failing to advance, in a timely manner, the NJ Transit Village.' The letter was printed in the Westfield Leader. The letter appeared the same week the GOP publicized a voter awareness night at the Knights of Columbus. Garwood's Republican Mayor Patricia Quattrocchi recently commented about the NJ Transit Village Study acknowledging it was proceeding 'slowly.' The full letter was penned by council candidates Ann Palmer and Bill Nierstedt, according to the Leader. 

The final NJ Transit Village Study could potentially shape the future of Garwood for decades to come on multiple fronts including its viability as a commuter destination.

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