Experience Matters: Schuberth, Ciaccio, & Witt Share Their Stories Through Video

Veteran Public Servants Tout 24 Collective Years of Township Council Experience and Community Volunteerism

September 16, 2019

CONTACT: Campaign Manager Vito Galluccio, 201-739-3402

Robbinsville, NJ: Robbinsville Township Council members Dan Schuberth, Christine Ciaccio, and Ronald Witt kicked off their Fall election campaign with a splash, with each candidate releasing a video describing their personal journey into public service.


Posted on 15 Sep 2019, 22:30 - Category:


Robbinsville Town Council Celebrates New Jersey’s History and Cultural Diversity

Council President Ron Witt Condemns Hatred and Discrimination That Weakens the Unity of Communities

August 14, 2019

CONTACT: Campaign Manager Vito Galluccio, 201-739-3402

Robbinsville, NJ: Robbinsville’s Township Council unanimously passed Resolution 2019-195, recognizing National New Jersey Day as an occasion for celebrating the rich history and cultural diversity that makes New Jersey unique among the 50 states.  The Council members, led by President Ron Witt, described New Jersey’s population growth powered by immigrants from around the world as a “source of strength”.  The Council also strongly condemned any attempt to use hate or any form of discrimination or racism to weaken the unity of the people of New Jersey and the Robbinsville community.


Posted on 13 Aug 2019, 21:43 - Category: News


National Table Tennis Phenom Calls Robbinsville Home

August 11, 2019


Robbinsville, NJ – Dhruv Chopra, a young table tennis legacy, was honored with a resolution by the Robbinsville Township Council at their Thursday Night meeting for his skill with the paddle.


Posted on 12 Aug 2019, 21:09 - Category:


Thousands Volunteer to Pack 150,000 Meals at ONE Project Anti-Child Hunger Event

July 28, 2019

By Elizabeth Meyers


ROBBINSVILLE, NJ --  On a warm and sunny summer day, the hottest place in town on Saturday was at the ONE Project Hunger Project meal packing event at Robbinsville High School. Approximately 2,000 volunteers joined together to do their part in one-hour shifts to pack an estimated 150,000 meals to help combat child hunger. 


Posted on 28 Jul 2019, 12:40 - Category:


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