HANOVER — Hanover Township Mayor Thomas ‘Ace’ Gallagher, alongside Deputy Mayor Michael Mihalko, presided over a crucial gathering on Wednesday, December 13, dedicated to South Jefferson Road property and business proprietors.
The primary purpose of this meeting was to provide a platform for these owners to express their concerns directly, particularly in terms of how the Township’s land use and zoning regulations could be tailored to better serve the needs of both their tenants and the general public who utilize their facilities.
The meeting took place in the main public meeting room of the municipal building, drawing a substantial crowd of attendees. Mayor Gallagher initiated the session by inviting each individual to introduce themselves and share their concerns or offer suggestions for regulatory adjustments. Much of the feedback centered around topics such as signage, parking, and traffic flow. Joining the panel were Morris County Commissioner Stephen Shaw and Hanover Township Business Administrator Joe Giorgio.
Mayor Gallagher emphasized, “I want to ensure that all property and business owners are given a voice, that their concerns and recommendations are conveyed to the Township Committee, and that a constructive dialogue is initiated.” This meeting underscored the Township’s commitment to engaging with its stakeholders and addressing their needs proactively.