Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Mayor Frank DelCore acts as tour guide to a Daisy Scout troop.
A Daisy Scout troop—with two "honorary" Brownie Scout members included—enjoyed an hour-long tour of the parts of the municipal court they're not likely to see again, including a jail cell and a meeting with Municipal Court Judge John Richardson. Mayor Frank DelCore acted as host for the tour, and included some information on how the township works for the troop members. Daisy Troop 61203 Leaders Maria Iovino and Mia Murphy organized the tour, which was part of the Scouts' work on a "Respect Authority" petal (Daisy Scouts accumulate petals as badges).
Monday, April 1, 2013
William Kole and John Reddan file for June primary.
Hillsborough voters can usually yawn through the June primaries, with primary contests for the Township Committee nominations non-existant—until this year. Local Democrats will choose between William Kole and John Reddan, as both filed petitions for the June 4 primary for the Democratic nomination. The winner will face Frank DelCore, the lone Republican to file for the primary (barring any independent candidates, who have until June 4 to file for November's general election). The deadline to file for the primary was 4 p.m. Monday. "It shows a lot of interest in the democratic process, and we'll let the voters decide," Hillsborough Democratic Chairman Michael Goldberg said. Goldberg was surprised to learn Reddan, a former market …
Thursday, January 3, 2013
Veteran Committeeman Frank DelCore is selected as township's mayor.
Continued “fiscal prudence” and the development of the GSA Park into a “first-class recreational facility” will be 2013’s top priorities for Hillsborough, Mayor Frank DelCore said at Thursday’s annual Township Committee reorganization meeting. DelCore, now serving his sixth year on the committee, was unanimously selected by his colleagues on the all-Republican governing body to serve as mayor for the year. DelCore served as mayor in 2009 and 2010. Committeeman Doug Tomson, in his first term on the committee, was selected as deputy mayor. DelCore, referring to the federal fiscal cliff negotiations, said “maybe Washington should take a page from Hillsborough” to restrain its spending—adding township spending dropped by $1.5 million in 2012 …
Monday, October 22, 2012
Frank DelCore says committee has taken clear steps to make Hillsborough attractive to businesses.
Monday, October 22, 2012
The following Letter to the Editor was submitted by Township Committeeman Frank DelCore. To the editor: The Republican-led Township Committee has committed itself to promoting and making Hillsborough a great place to both work and live. Despite the claims made in a video being circulated by the opposition party, the Township Committee has been very active in implementing clear steps to make Hillsborough an attractive destination for business. Many years ago, Hillsborough established the part-time position of Business Advocate, whose responsibilities include attracting new businesses to town and helping those business owners navigate through the planning and construction processes. In 2009, the Township Committee unveiled its Economic …