Dear Residents,

Well, another year has passed, and we once again come to that time of year where we put aside our differences in the name of Goodwill towards one another. It is a shame that we lose sight of this feeling shortly after the Holiday season; the desire to do good, to help one another, and, most importantly, to be kind and giving doesn’t seem to last. I consider myself lucky for being healthy, as is my family, and for having what I need to survive. But, unfortunately, there are still far too many who do not, and, while I do not have much, I give what I can as we all should. So, I am appealing to you once again to look around; someone in need is closer than you think. And it’s not only material things I am referencing; maybe you have a neighbor that is alone, and a gift of compassion is all you would need to give. For not everyone remembers what you do or say, but they will always remember how you made them feel.

In closing, whatever and however you celebrate, I would like to wish you all a wonderful holiday season. As for me, have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Peace be with you,

Mayor Ed Seely

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
 
Office Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6:00 pm. - 8:30 p.m.
Ed Seely, Mayor
Extension 821
eseely@spotswoodboro.com
Cate Leedy, Administrative Assistant
Extension 824
cleedy@spotswoodboro.com

We wish to thank Captain George Ahrend, a former Borough of Spotswood resident and police officer, for sharing his artistic talent in contributing to the design of the Borough of Spotswood's seal. We thank Mr. Thomas Sullivan, a former Borough of Spotswood resident and sanitation employee, for sharing his artistic talent in contributing to the design of the Borough of Spotswood's seal.