Mayor Sacco and commissioners present Secaucus Mayor Gonnelli with proclamation for Hurricane Sandy assistance
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NORTH BERGEN AND SECAUCUS – Mayor Nicholas Sacco and the North Bergen Board of Commissioners unanimously voted to present Secaucus Mayor Michael Gonnelli with an official proclamation thanking him for his efforts in assisting the township during Hurricane Sandy at the regular commission meeting on Wednesday. Accompanied by Secaucus Councilwoman Susan Pirro, Mayor Gonnelli attended the meeting to accept the honor and the township’s thanks.

“When a disaster like Hurricane Sandy hits, you truly learn who you can count on and we were lucky to have a neighbor like Secaucus Mayor Michael Gonnelli,” said Sacco, who also serves as a state Senator representing the 32nd district, which includes both North Bergen and Secaucus.

“Mayor Gonnelli provided us with support in the form of sorely-needed generators to power some of our vital infrastructure and food and clothing donations for residents struggling with power outages. It was an enormous help and I would like to once again thank him very much.”

“Senator Sacco is always there whenever Secaucus has a concern and he is the first person I call whenever we have any issue or need assistance,” said Mayor Gonnelli. “It was a pleasure to be able to reciprocate and help North Bergen during its hour of need as it dealt with the effects of Sandy. I would like to thank Senator Sacco and the Board of Commissioners for this honor.”
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