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Robert J. Greenbaum

Mayor

Mount Olive Township Police Department

HQ Phone:  (973) 691-0850

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Mount Olive Township Police Department

204 Flanders Drakestown Road

Budd Lake, New Jersey,07828

United States

Company Description

Welcome to the homepage of the Mount Olive Township Police Department in New Jersey. View pictures of our fleet, read profiles of the officers and learn about the department's organization. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Sales Manager

Sigmax Security Inc


Sales Representative

Fire Safe


Affiliations

Mount Olive Public Library

Board of Trustees Member


Flanders Crossing

Board Member


Health

Board Member


Web References(196 Total References)


Mount Olive Township Council Meetings

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Present: Mr. Greenbaum, Mrs. Labow(7:49pm), Mr. Mania, Mr. Perkins, Mr. Walsh(7:07pm), Mr. Roman, Mr. Tobey
Mr. Greenbaum: So moved. Library Board Liaison, Rob Greenbaum, 1 year term expires 12/31/ 201 1 Mr. Greenbaum: I have none this evening. Mr. Greenbaum: Why don't you provide Mr. Rattner with a copy of the analysis at the present time? Mr. Greenbaum: Well, I'm only one out of …. I don't make decisions on behalf of the group but you know what… President Tobey: Thank you, and at this time I'll close the Public Hearing and I'll ask… excuse me, Mr. Greenbaum? Mr. Greenbaum: Yes… John, I just wanted to make sure that the action that we're taking tonight is voting on a Resolution simply to pass this along to the governmental entities for review and approval. Mr. Greenbaum: I thought he already did that? Mr. Greenbaum: Just so I'm clear John, and I think I am. Mr. Greenbaum: It would be subject to the approvals that we are seeking this evening. Mr. Greenbaum: Just because we're authorizing the Administration to move forward with that action doesn't mean that we're necessarily… it would still come to a vote at some future point on the adoption of an ordinance which would set, which would put the contract in full force and affect? Mr. Greenbaum: I think that the correct procedure then is to move the Resolution and then to have Council comment on the Resolution? Is that correct? Mr. Greenbaum: So, I'll move it then. Mr. Dorsey: The Resolution offered by Mr. Greenbaum as I understand it correctly, does not introduce the ordinance. So if the matter proceeds as Mr. Greenbaum has moved the resolution, we will obviously have some response from these three agencies before the contract could go in to operation. President Tobey: Mr. Greenbaum. For the record, let's make one thing abundantly clear, not only myself but other Council members including Mr. Greenbaum have at different times made the statement that we should not be in the water business and we should sell them.


Dave Scapicchio Begins Campaign with Overwhelming Support from Republicans Across County - Dave Scapicchio for Freeholder

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"Dave Scapicchio has my support because of his record as a small businessman and proven conservative record of delivering for Morris County taxpayers," said Mount Olive Mayor Rob Greenbaum.
Mount Olive Mayor Rob Greenbaum


Morris County Sheriff James Gannon Endorses Proven Conservative Dave Scapicchio for Freeholder - Dave Scapicchio for Freeholder

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Mount Olive Mayor Rob Greenbaum


News - Dave Scapicchio for Freeholder

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Mount Olive Mayor Rob Greenbaum
"Dave Scapicchio has my support because of his record as a small businessman and proven conservative record of delivering for Morris County taxpayers," said Mount Olive Mayor Rob Greenbaum. Mount Olive Mayor Rob Greenbaum


Mayor's Page

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ROB GREENBAUM
MAYOR, MOUNT OLIVE TOWNSHIP


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