Little Silver Mayor Robert C. Neff announced today that he is seeking a third term leading the Borough.
Neff, a 56 year old attorney has been mayor since 2011. He and Council members Donald Galante and Corinne Thygeson are running as a team for the Republican nominations in the primary on June 4 with the “overwhelming endorsement” of the local GOP organization, according to their announcement.
“The committee’s support for Bob was extremely strong, and we look forward to working with Bob and his running mates to continue to serve the people of Little Silver,” said Little Silver Republican Chairman Stuart Van Winkle.
A water main break on Oceanport Ave at the County Bridge S-25 has caused an emergency closure between Silverside Ave in Little Silver and Main St. in Oceanport, according to a statement released by the Monmouth County Department of Tourism and Public Information.
Tricia Ring Wadja of the Information Office told MMM that the bridge will reopen today at 2PM and will be open with an alternate lane traffic feed tomorrow, February 4.
New Jersey American Water Company is performing the emergency repair work, which is expected to be completed tomorrow afternoon.
A nonprofit organization will serve as the fundraising arm for the historic site, which dates back almost 350 years. (Click to enlarge) By ALEXIS ORLACCHIO A charitable corporation has been formed to help carry out plans to run Little Silver’s historic…
Little Silver Mayor Suzanne Castleman passed away on Friday evening. She was 76 years old.
“Suzy,” as she was known to her many friends, served as mayor of the borough since 1994. She was a member of the council from 1984 until becoming mayor.
In April she announced that she would not seek another term as mayor in order to spend more time with her beloved husband Donald. Donald passed a month later at the age of 82. Donald and Suzanne would have been married 55 years this month.
Suzy is survived by her two daughters, Anne Connell and Elizabeth Halpin, and four grandchildren.
Suzy was elected to the Red Bank Regional High School Alumni Hall of Fame in 2004. She was elected to the NJ League of Municipalities Hall of Fame in 2006 for twenty years of service as an elected official.