Kenilworth superintendent to get $100,000 to quit

KENILWORTH, NJ — The school board will pay former Superintendent Thomas Tramaglini more than $100,000, according to a separation agreement between the school district and the former official charged with defecating near the track and football field at Holmdel High School in May. Tramaglini, whose arrest by Holmdel police drew international attention and set off […]

Kenilworth schools’ ‘super pooper’ resigns, sues cops

KENILWORTH, NJ — The local Board of Education accepted the resignation of Superintendent Thomas Tramaglini nearly three months after he was charged with defecating near the track and football field at Holmdel High School. The board voted unanimously to accept his resignation, effective Sunday, Sept. 30. “Based on events unrelated to his service for Kenilworth, […]

Kenilworth to implement ‘no-knock’ solicitor regulation

KENILWORTH, NJ — Local governing officials are to implement a “no-knock” registry to stop unwanted door-to-door solicitation after hearing complaints from residents in April. The amended ordinance introduced at the April 25 meeting would have residents register their addresses with the borough clerk to stop salesmen, or anyone canvassing, from knocking on their doors. “This […]

Sewerage costs to send Kenilworth taxes higher

Sewerage costs to send Kenilworth taxes higher

KENILWORTH, NJ — Municipal taxes would increase an average of about $69 according to a budget introduced at the borough council’s April 11 meeting, with most of the increase due to a 28-percent spike in sewerage costs. The $16.7 million budget, with an accompanying tax levy of $11,548,421, increases taxes by $69.39 for the average […]

Kenilworth looks to amend, tighten soliciting ordinances

KENILWORTH, NJ — The police department and borough council are looking to adjust local soliciting and peddling ordinance following resident concerns voiced at the April 11 council meeting. Resident Patty Fugett told the council there have been three incidents in the past six months in which the police have been called about solicitors who refused […]

Kenilworth mulls ways to absorb sewerage cost spike

KENILWORTH, NJ — The borough council’s finance committee is currently considering how it will incorporate an unexpected $200,000 charge into the town’s 2018 municipal budget, due to the Rahway Valley Sewerage Authority’s yearly assessment. The municipality’s budget for the year will be introduced on April 11, clerk Laura Reinertsen told LocalSource. The council learned of […]

Kenilworth hit with 28 percent sewerage hike

Kenilworth hit with 28 percent sewerage hike

KENILWORTH, NJ — The borough was hit with a 28.5 percent increase in its sewer assessment when the Rahway Valley Sewerage Authority approved its 2018 budget at its January meeting, indicating the municipality will have to raise taxes or cut something from its budget. “There will be an impact,” Richard LoForte, a former RVSA commissioner […]

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