Millennium Strategies 60 Roseland Ave, Caldwell, NJ07006 Millennium Strategies is a grant procurement and government relations firm in Caldwell, NJ. Services include government…More affairs, grant procurement and management services and consulting for government entities.
Revere Supply Company 3 Fairfield Cres, West Caldwell, NJ07006 Revere Supply Company is a health and safety material supply company located in West Caldwell. Revere Supply Company…More provides materials in marine, aviation and outdoor survival to government agencies and commercial companies. Call the company directly for more information, or for information specific products.
Castano Quigley 1120 Bloomfield Ave, West Caldwell, NJ07006 Castano Quigley is a New Jersey-based law firm specialized in covering the following legal areas: government, corporate…More law, real estate, insurance, litigation and much more. Visit the firm's Web site for further information, or call directly to schedule a consultation.
Community Education Centers, Inc. 35 Fairfield Pl, West Caldwell, NJ07006 Community Education Centers (CEC) is a leading provider of treatment and education services for adult and juvenile…More correctional and social services population throughout the country. CEC is committed to partnering with government agencies to provide intensive treatment and education programs that focus on changing addictive and criminal behaviors, preparing residents for re-entry and ultimately reducing recidivism.
A group of residents began the North Caldwell Volunteer Fire Department in 1922 after one of the local saw mills was…More destroyed by fire. The department remains completely comprised by volunteers from the community.
The department's 28 active members include retirees, contractors, engineers, accountants, college students, salesmen and government workers. Members must be 18 years old and need to complete an application that includes a medical and police background check and completion of a physical test and basic fire training school.
The department has recently started a Junior Firemen Program, which is for young men and women, ages 16 to 18. Several members of the inaugural group have since become active members of the department. There are four current Junior Firemen who attend drills, answer fire calls and attend fire training school.
Due to the growing population of Caldwell Township, West Caldwell was incorporated as an individual borough on…More Feb. 16, 1904. The borough consisted of 3,175 acres and 410 people. Designated a township in 1982, West Caldwell now has 11,233 residents, according to the 2000 census.
West Caldwell has a mayor-council form of government with the mayor elected for a four-year term and the six council members elected for three-year terms. There are six standing committees of the Township Council and each member chairs one of the committees.
Mayor Joseph Tempesta Jr. leads the council of President Joseph Cecere and members Dominick Aiello, Richard Otterbein, Rosemarie Sutherlin, Stanley Hladik and Thomas O'Hern. The council meets at the municipal building on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m.
The Borough of North Caldwell was incorporated in 1898. Comprised mostly of single-family homes, the borough has a…More population of 7,375, according to the 2000 census.
North Caldwell has a mayor-council government system, headed by Mayor Mel Levine whose term runs through 2010. Council members include: Joseph Alessi, council president, finance (2010); James Campbell, public safety (2010); John Chiaia, public works (2011); Cynthia Santomauro, legal and ordinance(2011); Patricia McGrogan-Fost, personnel-administration (2012); and Frank Astorino, recreation (2012). The council meets at the municipal building on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 8pm.
For municipal services, call 973-228-6410 and dial the corresponding extension: Administrator Joseph D. Kunz (ext. 100); Engineer Frank Zichelli (ext. 107); Tax Assessor George F. Librizzi (ext. 111); Tax Collector Richard Mondelli (ext. 105); Borough Attorney Richard M. Paris (ext. 100); Recreation Director Donna Montesano (ext.113).
While the name has changed, Essex Lodge has served the Masonic Brotherhood and the Caldwell community…More since 1827. The lodge participates in several charitable programs, including blood drives.
Freemasonry is a fraternal organization that developed through unknown origins. Freemasonry now exists in various forms around the world with millions of members. The forms all share moral and metaphysical ideals, which include a constitutional declaration of belief in a Supreme Being. Freemasonry uses the metaphors of operative stonemasons' tools and implements, against the allegorical backdrop of the building of King Solomon's Temple.
The fraternity is administratively organized into Grand Lodges each of which governs its own jurisdiction, which consists of subordinate (or constituent) lodges. Grand Lodges recognize each other through a process of landmarks and regularity.
Freemasonry is not a religion and does not require religious affiliation.
The Caldwells were settled in the 18th century and were revitalized a century later with the construction of…More Bloomfield Avenue, once a toll road that linked Newark with the western communities.
Caldwell is known most as the birthplace of Stephen Grover Cleveland, the country's 22nd and 24th president. Cleveland lived in Caldwell until he was 4 years old and his first home remains a historic site on Bloomfield Avenue.
Caldwell, with a population of 7,584 according to the 2000 census, has a mayor-council form of government headed by Mayor Susan Gartland. The council includes President Ann Dassing and members Gordon Lawshe, Joe Norton, Kay Slattery, Richard Hauser and Peter Murray.
Municipal departments include:
Department of Public Works: Director Mario BiFalco, 973-403-4640
Borough Construction Department: Paul Milani, construction official/code enforcement official, 973-403-4627; Anthony Marucci, borough engineer, 973-403-4628; Anthony Lardieri, plumbing subcode official, 973-403-4626; Greg Chontow, electrical subcode official, 973-403-4626; John D'Ascensio, fire subcode official, 973-403-4626 and Michael Rubin, zoning officer, 973-403-4626
Human Services Department: Maria Burak, director of human services and registrar of of vital statistics, 973-403-4623
Municipal Court: Marilyn Reeve, court director/administrator, 973-403-4630; Leanne O'Hern, deputy court administrator; Municipal Judge: Honorable Judge Garson; Prosecutor: Stephen Cannavale; Public Defender: Alexander Lee
Taxation Department: Rebecca Roth, tax collector, 973-403-6721; Jack Kelley, tax assesor, 973-226-6349; Colette Hassan, water and tax clerk, 973-226-6347
Wastewater Treatment Plant: Mike Patel, licensed plant operator, 973-575-0225; Edward Sandve, sewer director, 973-403-4635
Water Department: Bill Frint, licensed water operator, 973-226-6348; Rebecca Roth, water utility collector; Colette Hassan, water clerk
Health Department: Contact the department at 973-403-4623