Council Talks Budget, BOE Candidates Redux; The Quest for Best Pizza Continues
That's what's ahead.
Budget talks will start winding down at the Township Council meeting Tuesday night. They'll discuss plans to authorize an emergency appropriation of $895,944 for retirement payouts.
On Wednesday, the public will have another chance to hear school board candidates outline their platforms at a special candidates night at the old Lake Parsippany Firehouse at 100 Centerton Drive.
On Thursday, the school board can move on after months of debating the contract of Superintendent of Schools LeRoy Seitz. They should be able to focus on getting the budget approved on April 27, when it goes to voters.
Another burning issue will surface on Patch this week: Where is Parsippany's best pizza? Parsippany Eats writer Susan Alai will start a spin-off column Friday devoted to finding the best pies in town. So pass along your suggestions!
Also this week, we'll have photos from the Par Troy West Little League opening day ceremonies and pics from the township's Revolutionary Times celebration, held this weekend at the home of Julia Peterson, who lives in the Governor Livingston house. It will be opened it up to the public--period detail included.