The Chatham Township Committee recently launched Chatham Township Perspectives, www.chathamtownship-nj.gov/perspectives, a new communications initiative that will feature a series of Q&A-style videos with key township employees, and volunteers.
The inaugural video features Chatham Township Police Department Chief Steven Hennelly, who discusses a variety of public safety initiatives and how residents can get involved in their community. Future videos, which are produced in-house by Communications Manager Tom Salvas, will include interviews with representatives of the Department of Public Works, the township administration, and members of the various Boards and committees in the township.
Mayor Curt Ritter, speaking on behalf of the committee, said, “In our continuing effort to inform and educate our residents we are pleased to launch this new video series that will showcase the men and women who serve our community. Chatham Township Perspectives will offer residents a closer look at the various departments, committees and boards and the individuals who support them to ensure that Chatham Township remains a great place to live and raise a family. I also want to thank Tom Salvas for his efforts in helping to produce this series as we seek new ways to connect with our residents.”
Residents who have suggestions for future videos are encouraged to email the Communications Committee at Communications@chathamtownship-nj.gov.
Chatham Township is located in Morris County and has approximately 11,000 residents and nearly 4,000 households. Individuals interested in receiving emergency and community alerts can visit www.chathamtownship-nj.gov/resident-communications.html and can learn more about Chatham Township at www.chathamtownship-nj.gov.