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Press Release Irvington, NJ, October 12, 2014

Press Release Irvington, NJ, October 12, 2014: New Mayor We will continue to uplift the Community. STOP THE VIOLENCE *WE CAN* WE SHALL* WE WILL We are all saddened to hear of the recent incidents in Irvington over the last few days. As your new Mayor I will continue to uplift the entire community in effort to ensure you the benefit an enhanced quality of life. The recent matters are under investigation by Essex County Prosecutors Office in conjunction with the Irvington Police Department. I will continue our park and walk efforts in neighbors to ensure Police Officers interact with our residents. We recently received $1million in federal funding to hire more officers to patrol our streets, allowing for more police visibility. Warrants squads are now assigned specifically to those who have been sentenced. Additionally, we are in the process of restructuring our internal administration Releasing officers from desk duties to street patrol. Lastly, I encourage you to partner with us by creating your own neighborhood Block Association and collaborating with our Irvington Community Policing Division. My Administration welcomes your input on how we can partner together to make Irvington safer.
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Senator Menendez is Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

Senator Menendez is Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Menendez’s story is a quintessential American story. He grew up the son of immigrants in a tenement building in Union City and has risen to become one of 100 United States Senators. He has earned the reputation of a fighter for New Jersey families who puts their economic security and hometown security ahead of powerful special interests. — with Jamel C. Holley, , Glen Fahiym Vick, Renee Burgess and Musa Malik in Irvington, New Jersey.
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Mayor Tony Vauss announced that the Township will be receiving $1 million in grant funds

Press Release Irvington, NJ, September 26, 2014: Irvington Mayor Tony Vauss announced that the Township will be receiving $1 million in grant funds for the hiring police officers after his trip to Washing DC. United States Senators Menendez and Booker announced the awards on Thursday. Mayor Vauss, having just returned from a trip to Washington to meet with the Senators and Congressman Donald Payne, said,” it is this type of collaboration between the various levels of government – municipal, county, state, and federal – that will make it possible for Irvington to continue to become stronger, cleaner, and safer.”
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