Carmen Amato For Berkeley Township Mayor
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Councilman Carmen F. Amato, Jr.
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Mayor to Elect Councilman Carmen Amato at Veterans Park, in Bayville New Jersey on Saturday Oct. 1, 2011. With Congressman Jon Runyan, Senator Chris Connors, Assemblyman Brian Rumpf, Assemblywoman Dianne Gove, Freeholder Joe Vicari. The Amato Team features Carmen Amato, John Bacchione, Tom Grosse, and Robert Ray. Produced by Greenrose Media, Joe Verderosa. Paid for [...]
The recently established New Jersey Veterans’ Hospital Task Force held its first meeting in Berkeley Township, Ocean County, at the Township Hall yesterday, Thursday, October 6 at 10:00 am. I was in attendance, but had to leave to tend to a family matter. Prior to leaving I submitted written comments to be included in the [...]
Councilman requests $150 reimbursement or bill credit for residents that lost power over 24 hours BERKELEY – Councilman Carmen Amato Calls on JCP&L to voluntarily reimburse homeowners $150 in the form of a reimbursement check or a credit on their next months bill, for township residents that lost power for more than 24 hours to [...]
In the wake of Hurricane Irene, I would like to take this time and thank those residents who evacuated voluntarily and those who left during the mandatory evacuations. Our residents should be commended for their cooperation and understanding. Special thanks to our police, fire, first aid, public works, parks and recreation, the Office of Emergency [...]
Congressman Runyan pledges full support to Amato’s efforts…… August 29, 2011, Berkeley – In the wake of Berkeley Township residents being evacuated to facilities in Toms River Township during Hurricane Irene, Councilman Carmen Amato said today that federal funding is needed for emergency generators in Berkeley Township so local schools and clubhouses can be immediately [...]