Sayreville Adds New Officer

On July 8th in the presence of his family, members of the community, and the Mayor and Borough Council, Deputy Borough Clerk Rebecca Garbowski administered the oath of office to Officer Kevin Soto. Kevin is a US Marine combat veteran who served in Afghanistan. He has served as both a Corrections Officer and Sherriff’s Officer [...]

Chief John Zebrowski congratulates Officer Kevin Soto after his swearing in on July 8th at the Borough Hall.

On July 8th in the presence of his family, members of the community, and the Mayor and Borough Council, Deputy Borough Clerk Rebecca Garbowski administered the oath of office to Officer Kevin Soto. Kevin is a US Marine combat veteran who served in Afghanistan. He has served as both a Corrections Officer and Sherriff’s Officer for Middlesex County. At the completion of his field training assignement Officer Soto will begin his service to our community as a member of the Patrol Dvision. Please join us in wishing him a long and fulfilling career.

 

Bordentown/Ernston Update

Verizon, JCP&L, and Cablevision are getting closer to the completion of their utility work. Green Construction reports that the new bridge is being waterproofed today and after an inspection by Conrail the new track will be installed on the bridge next week and rail traffic will start using the new bridge on October 22nd. Tentatively, [...]

Verizon, JCP&L, and Cablevision are getting closer to the completion of their utility work. Green Construction reports that the new bridge is being waterproofed today and after an inspection by Conrail the new track will be installed on the bridge next week and rail traffic will start using the new bridge on October 22nd. Tentatively, demolition of the old trestle and the final widening of the roadway will commence on October 27th so we anticipate that you will see substantial progress. Thank you for your continued patience.

 

Blue Mass 2012

The Sun broke through the clouds just minutes before hundreds of law enforcement officers gathered outside of the Cathedral of Saint Francis for the 2012 Diocese of Metuchen Blue Mass. This annual event honors those among us who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their communities. This year the Sayreville Police Department was given the [...]

Sayreville Police Department personnel marching toward the Cathedral.

The Sun broke through the clouds just minutes before hundreds of law enforcement officers gathered outside of the Cathedral of Saint Francis for the 2012 Diocese of Metuchen Blue Mass. This annual event honors those among us who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their communities.

Blue Mass 2012


This year the Sayreville Police Department was given the honor of acting as the host agency for the event. Marching behind our Honor Guard, Chief Zebrowski led the long lines of Officers from local, county, state, and federal agencies in to the Cathedral for the Mass. The celebrant was Bishop Paul Bootkoski who was joined by many concelebrating Priests including Father Thomas Ryan of Our Lady of Victories and Father Kenneth Murphy of Saint Stanislaus Kostka Church.

We are very grateful to the members of our community who attended to show their support. In addition to several elected Officials and many family members we are especially grateful to the 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students from both OLV and Saint Stan’s who joined in the celebration.