Marathe ⋆ Geevers ⋆ Whitfield
for West Windsor 2021
Promises Made - Promises Kept!
July 20, 2021
WWPD Celebrating the National Night Out on Tues Aug 3rd at WW Comm Park from 6p-8p *See Flyer Attached.--Det. Lt. Lee
Chief Garofalo is very happy to announce the return of the WWPD's Celebrating the National Night Out Against Crime being held at the West Windsor Community Park (Pavilion Area) on Tuesday August 3, 2021 from 6 pm to 8 pm. The event is free to attend and a great way to see familiar faces and possibly make new friends. Many of our Officers will be in attendance as well as many pieces of equipment we use to serve you.
Please feel free to bring the family as this will be any age appropriate. If you are interested in setting up a table, check out the below link to contact Training Officer Latham. We would be remiss if we didn't send out a very special thanks to our friend/family member Tara Huber of Princeton Junction Volunteer Fire Company Station #44 for all that she does to make this such an enjoyable event for our community. See you there!--Det. Lt. Lee #359
Registration form: https://forms.gle/YCBwmSLfUYvxAn9z8
July 21, 2021
Team Marathe Announces Slate for West Windsor Election
Hemant Marathe E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Tel.: 609.468.5011
Linda Geevers E-mail: email@example.com; Tel.: 609.897.9487
Martin Whitfield E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Tel.: 908.922.7196
For Release on June 9, 2021
West Windsor Township, NJ)– Mayor Hemant Marathe, Ph.D., is seeking a second term in the November 2nd Municipal Election under the banner “Promises Made * Promises Kept”. Council candidates are Council member Linda Geevers and WW-P Board of Education member Martin Whitfield.
Marathe stated, “I have kept all the promises I made during my 2017 campaign, including barring housing on the Howard Hughes tract, increasing commercial ratables, and improving our infrastructure. As a result of increased commercial ratables, sound fiscal management, and frugal spending, for the second consecutive year I have been able to propose, and Council adopt, a budget with no municipal tax increase. In addition, I am especially proud of our success in getting our residents vaccinated at such a quick rate, giving them peace of mind.”
Geevers, who also serves on the Planning Board, stated, “With the settlement of an outstanding legal case with Atlantic Realty, negotiated by Mayor Marathe and approved by Council, only commercial enterprises can be developed on the 653-acre tract formerly owned by the Howard Hughes Corporation.” She added, “I continue to be committed to listening to the residents when making decisions affecting the community.”
Whitfield, who has served 3½ years on the Board of Education, stated, “I believe our community is a vibrant place to raise a family as my wife and I have done and that my service on the school board demonstrates my commitment to work tirelessly for the residents of West Windsor.”
A former member of the West Windsor-Plainsboro Board of Education, who served nine years as its President, Marathe has owned a small business for 30 years. Also, a former member of the Board of Education, Geevers is completing her fourth term on Council, including 7½ years as the Council’s representative on the Planning Board. She has a professional background in radio news reporting. Whitfield has been General Manager of the Windsor Athletic Club on Clarksville Road for seven years, provi-ding valuable service to numerous people in the local communities.
Marathe concluded, “Elections are about one’s past record and vision for the future. My running mates and I look forward to talking with our neighbors about both in the months ahead.”
July 26, 2021
Proclamation Ceremony for James Greschak
Tonight I had the honor and the privilege to be witness to the Proclamation Ceremony for James Greschak for his dedication and service to the community given by Mayor Marathe and all the members of the West Windsor Township Council. Members of Station 43, Station 44, WWFES, WWPD as well as Township employees, family and friends were all in attendance.
July 27, 2021
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony With Mayor Hemant Marathe This Saturday, July 31st at 9am
The new "at home" store in Nassau Park Pavilion (old Sam's Club site) is having a ribbon cutting ceremony with Mayor Hemant Marathe this Saturday, July 31st at 9am. I toured this wonderful store yesterday and welcomed the manager and staff members. This store is officially open for business and the manager said that the first 50 people to enter the store on Saturday at 9am will receive a gift certificate ranging from $20-$200 dollars. So please come out and support this home decor superstore.
July 27, 2021
Pool Party with DJ Reggie
Thursday, August 12th, 5-8PM
Please join "West Windsor Gives Back" for our 3rd annual Dive into Summer event at Water Works in West Windsor Community Park. After taking a break last year due to Covid we are glad to host this event again this year. We are proud to celebrate and fundraise for West Windsor Volunteer Fire Company, who are celebrating their 100th anniversary.
Link to Page: WW Gives Back Facebook Page