Longtime councilman to step down from Lawrence Township Council prior to start of the new year, according to a report published by the Lawrence Ledger.
Thursday, December 27, 2012
Councilman Greg Puliti yesterday (Wednesday, Dec. 26) submitted to the township clerk's office a letter of resignation explaining that, due to "professional obligations," he will resign from township council as of midnight on Dec. 31, 2012, according to a report published by The Lawrence Ledger. Puliti has been on council almost continuously since 1996, and served as mayor in 1998, 2000, 2003, 2007 and 2011.
At a "Town Hall" meeting Wednesday evening at the Lawrence Library, Lawrence Township Councilman Greg Puliti criticized the Senate Democrats' tax relief plan as being "not sustainable" and offered his own suggestions for "direct property tax relief."
New Jersey Senate President Stephen Sweeney (D-West Deptford) visited Lawrence Township last night (March 21) to hold the first of a series of “Town Hall” meetings across the state to promote a tax relief plan that was unveiled earlier this month by the Senate Democrats in response to an earlier tax relief plan put forth by the Gov. Chris Christie, a Republican. What Sweeney got during the hour-long meeting held at the Lawrence Township branch of the Mercer County Library was an earful, particularly from Lawrence Township Councilman Greg Puliti. Puliti, ignoring an attempt by Sweeney to stop him, criticized both Christie’s plan and the one put forth by the Democrats and instead challenged the Senate president and other legislators to …