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New Washington Twp. Officials Sworn In

Mayor Janet Sobkowicz and Councilmen Peter Calamari and Tom Sears took the oath of office Wednesday.

Mayor Janet Sobkowicz (center) with friends Phyllis Sokol (left) and Terry Dunn (right). Photo submitted.
Mayor Janet Sobkowicz (center) with friends Phyllis Sokol (left) and Terry Dunn (right). Photo submitted.
Three Washington Township officials who won in the November election took their oaths of office Wednesday, Jan. 1.

Mayor Janet Sobkowicz and Councilmen Peter Calamari and Tom Sears were all sworn in ahead of the township council's reorganization meeting, which the previous council scheduled for Jan. 6.

The Sine Die meeting and reorganization meeting start at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the township municipal building.
Steve Kohlreiter January 03, 2014 at 11:05 AM
Good luck to Tom Sears, Peter Calamari and yes, Janet Sobkowicz as they prepare for another 4 years over guiding the township. My only request for them is to have open government including the televising of Town Council meetings. I know Tom Sears and I believe he will bring good sense to the council. Again Good luck!!
Stanley Sobkowicz January 04, 2014 at 07:34 AM
I also wish good luck to Tom Sears, Peter Calamari and my dear sister Janet. I do hope that you each work together to do what is best for the Township, the individual residents, and the local businesses that make up the backbone of the town. My continued prayers for the Mayor and Council.
resident January 05, 2014 at 06:22 PM
wonderful.. I'd like to see a newsletter to all the residents which outlines the major goals and objectives that the new regime has planned to improve the township. i would also like to see a quarterly review of what they feel they accomplished. the mayor now has her team in and the bickering should be over with.. so now what??
Steve Kohlreiter January 06, 2014 at 07:57 AM
They have a quote-unquote newsletter called the Citizen which got expanded to I believe 8 pages from the former 4 when Rudy was Mayor. It's printed on expensive paper and must cost a bundle to print and mail. To the most part it was self serving to the Mayor. What can be done is do what your asking and posted on the towns website and the cost would be ZERO!

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