To the Editor:
We are writing because we think it is important for the people to know what a great job was done removing the snow by the Harrison Department of Public Works with the guidance of director Robert Van Riper.
The men spent many hours of continuous plowing and salting the roads to make sure our emergency personnel can get to our residents if needed. The days after the storm, they continued to work diligently to clear the streets of snow. Within six days, Harrison was cleaned curb to curb and all the schools as well with the assistance of the school staff. A job well done. Also we would like to thank the fire and the police departments for a job well done. On behalf of our families, we say, “Thank you.”
The Bennett and DePierola families,
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Kevin A. Canessa Jr. is the editor of and broadcaster at The Observer, a place where he has served on and off since 2006. He is responsible for the editorial content of the newspaper and website, the production of the e-Newspaper, writing several stories per week (including the weekly editorial), conducting live broadcasts on Facebook Live, including a weekly recap of the news — and much more behind the scenes. Between 2006 and 2008, he introduced the newspaper to its first-ever blog — which included podcasts, audio and video. Originally from Jersey City, Kevin lived in Kearny until 2004, lived in Port St. Lucie. Florida, for four years until February 2016 and in March of that year, he moved back to West Hudson to return to The Observer full time. Click Here to send Kevin an email.