FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 16, 2009

CONTACT: Sebastian D’Elia
908-527-4419

 

FREEHOLDER MOBILE MEETING IS SCHEDULED FOR JULY 30th
AT UNION COUNTY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER IN RAHWAY

 

Rahway, NJ – The third Union County Freeholder Board mobile meeting scheduled for 2009 will be held at the Union County Performing Arts Center in Rahway, on Thursday, July 30th.  The day, which is capped by a 7 p.m. Freeholder meeting in the Arts Center, includes a number of County-sponsored events and services in Rahway, open to all Union County residents.

“We are looking forward to meeting Rahway residents,” said Union County Freeholder Chairman Alexander Mirabella.  “All are welcome to come and learn more about their government, and the services we offer.”

The Union County Performing Arts Center at 1601 Irving Street in Rahway. The day’s events will also include:

12-4pm:  Child Safety Seats (Rahway Library Parking Lot, 2 City Hall Plaza)
Child safety seats will be inspected by trained personnel from the Union County Division of Public Safety.

12:00-1:00pm – Senior Program (Rahway Senior Center, 1306 Esterbrook Avenue)
Dr. Karen Ensle of Rutgers Cooperative, sponsored by Union County, will be the guest speaker at the Rahway Senior’s Healthy Lunch.  Topic of discussion will be “Exercise & Physical Activity” for seniors. 

12- 4pm: Passport services (Union County Performing Arts Center, 1601 Irving Street)
Staff of the Union County Clerk’s Office will be available to provide passport services.

6pm-9pm: Freeholder Booth (Union County Performing Arts Center, Irving Street)
The booth will be set up outside the Meeting Room for residents to pick up information on various county services and programs.

7pm – Freeholder Meeting (Union County Performing Arts Center, Irving Street)
Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders will hold its Regular Meeting starting at 7pm with:

1) A resolution presentation to the Mayor/Council ceremoniously declaring the City of Rahway as the County Seat for July 30, 2009.

2) A Presentation to the Rahway High School Performing Arts program.