Warren Township is a great place to live and raise a family in large part because of dedicated and selfless public servants, like Gary and Vic, that spend countless hours caring for the township, its people and its resources. Warren has consistently been named as one of the best places to live as a direct result of their strong, conservative leadership.
Warren has seen its share of challenges in the last couple of years. Whether it's fighting the pandemic or trying to limit the unbridled, relentless development Trenton demands, Gary and Vic have fought to keep Warren safe and prosperous.
Preserving the Wagner Farm
Purchasing 600 acres of open space to reduce development
Establishing the "Green Team" to promote environmental protection issues; receiving silver rating from Sustainable New Jersey
Expansion of the Library
Preserving historic sites including the Coddington House
Working with local sports organizations to build fields and facilities for Warren's children
Building several "best in class" Playgrounds and Parks
Holding community-building activities such as the fishing derby, concert series and the Memorial Day parade
Remembering our heroes with the 9-11 memorial and the veterans of war monument
Responding to emergencies, such as the pandemic and hurricanes, in the most efficient and effective manner possible
Working with our Police Department to make Warren one of the "Safest Places to Live" in New Jersey
Receiving a AAA bond rating, putting Warren in the top 3% of well-managed municipalities in New Jersey
Controlling spending and taxes making Warren one of the "Best Places to Live"
Gary and Vic packing up supplies for the hungry.
Gary and Vic with Trustees from Wagner Farm Aboretum.
Gary and Vic attending the Warren Blue Ridge Sportsman's Club sponsored Fishing Derby.
Gary and Vic leading a discussion with Somerset County officials.
Gary and Vic working during the pandemic on relief and OEM plans.
Gary and Vic with former Mayor and Committeewoman Carolann Garafola.