Saved Raritan taxpayers MILLIONS of dollars when compared to the previous expansion plan. The plan included purchasing the former bank on main street for town hall and being awarded a $2.275 million Congressional grant for a much needed upgrade to our police headquarters at current town hall.
Budgeting over $450,000 in capital improvements for recreation and parks in 2023. This includes funding for a splash park, basketball court, tennis court, and adding a much-requested pickle ball court. Creating a multi-year recreation strategic plan for continuous capital improvements to our parks.
With the addition of the new town hall on the main street, 32 additional parking spots will now be available to customers of our local business and restaurants. Budgeted for an Economic Development Consultant to help redesign our downtown and riverfront.
HOW TO VOTE
There are 3 ways to vote in New Jersey for the 2023 General Election. Details Below!
Need to Register to Vote - CLICK HERE
Vote In-Person on Election Day
Tuesday, November 7th
Vote Early In-Person
From Saturday, October 28th
to Sunday, November 5th
Ballots will be mailed to voters
by September 23rd
Vote at your usual polling place on election day.
Districts 1 & 4
Municipal Building: 22 First St.
JFK School Gym: 255 Woodmere St.
Districts 3 & 5
Raritan Fire House: North Thompson St.
Polls open from 10AM to 8PM
and 10AM to 6PM on Sunday.
Location: Municipal Court, 100 Commons Way, Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Vote By-Mail applications need to be received by Oct. 31st.
Ballots must be postmarked
by Nov. 7th to be counted.
Drop off your Vote By-Mail ballot at:
The Post Office or a Mailbox
Municipal Building: 22 First St., Raritan
County Admin Building: 20 Grove St., Somerville, NJ
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