NPCCR Monthly Meetings

NPCCR September Meeting Date

The next meeting of the North Plainfield Citizens for Community Rights (NPCCR) will be held on Thursday,  September 14, 7:00 PM at the North Plainfield Community Center, 614 Greenbrook Rd.

Our guest speakers will be from the “North Plainfield Business Association”. They will tell you about the progress the association has made in the past year, what the plans are for the future, and how you can help.

There will be a time for questions, comments, and suggestions.

NPCCR posts the current police reports and council meetings on our site. You can view them by going to  www.npccr.org

 

NPCCR June Meeting Date

The next meeting of the North Plainfield Citizens for Community Rights (NPCCR) will be Thursday, June 1 at 7:00 PM at the North Plainfield Community Center, 614 Greenbrook Road.

Our guest speaker will talk about real estate prices and their effect on the sale or purchase of property.

If you have any questions about buying or selling a property, bring them to this meeting.

NPCCR posts the current police reports and council meetings on our site.  You can view them by going to  www.npccr.org 

NPCCR May Meeting Date

The next meeting of the North Plainfield Citizens for Community Rights (NPCCR) will be Thursday 4 May 7:00 PM at the North Plainfield Community Center, 614 Greenbrook Rd.

Our guest speaker will be Dennis Passe, North Plainfield’s Director of Recreation. Among other things Dennis will talk about the summer program, how and when people can register for recreation events, etc. The recreation office can be reached at 908-403-9752.

If you have any questions about our recreation program, bring them to this meeting. NPCCR posts the current police reports and council meetings on our site. You can view them by going to http://www.npccr.org.

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NPCCR April Meeting Date

The next meeting of the North Plainfield Citizens for Community Rights (NPCCR) will be held on Thursday 6 April, 7:00 PM, at the North Plainfield Community Center, 614 Greenbrook Rd.

Our guest speaker will tell us about the “Stigma Free Zone” project. This project addresses mental health awareness. Mental health is a condition that touches many families in our country. There will be a question and answer opportunity at this meeting.

NPCCR posts the current police reports and council meetings on our site. You can view them by going to http://www.npccr.org

NPCCR March Meeting Date

The next meeting of the North Plainfield Citizens for Community Rights (NPCCR) will be held on March 2, 7:00 PM, at the North Plainfield Community Center, 614 Greenbrook Road.

Our guest speaker will be from the New Jersey Department of the Treasury Division of Taxation.  One of the programs to be discussed will be the “Senior Tax Freeze”.  If you know anyone from another New Jersey community that is 65 years or older, please bring them to this meeting.  This program may be beneficial to them as well as to you.

NPCCR posts the current police reports and council meetings on our site.  You can view the by going to the http://www.npccr.org.

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NPCCR February Meeting Date

The next meeting of the North Plainfield Citizens for Community Rights (NPCCR) will be Thursday 2 February, 7:00 PM, at the North Plainfield Community Center, 614 Greenbrook Road.

Our guest speaker will be Robert Graham.  Mr. Graham will conduct a seminar instructing you on how to file a property tax appeal.  Please bring the most current green card you received from the borough showing your current tax rate, a calculator, and something to write with.  North Plainfield has had the highest municipal tax rate in Somerset County for the years 2015 & 2016 according to the county tax record.

NPCCR posts the current police reports and council meetings on our site. You can view them by going to www.npccr.org

NPCCR January Meeting Date

The next meeting of the North Plainfield Citizens for Community Rights (NPCCR) will be held on Thursday, January 5, 7:00 PM, at the North Plainfield Community Center, 614 Greenbrook Road.

Our guest speaker will be Police Chief William Parenti.

If you have any questions, concerns, suggestions, or compliments concerning our police dept., bring them to this meeting.

NPCCR posts the current police reports and council meetings on our site. You can view them by going to www.npccr.org

 

NPCCR December Meeting Date

he next meeting of the North Plainfield Community Rights (NPCCR) will be held on Thursday, December 1, 2016 at 7:00 PM at the North Plainfield Community Center, 614 Greenbrook Road.

Our guest speaker will be North Plainfield’s Fire Chief, William Eaton.  If you have any questions about the operation of our fire department, bring those questions to the meeting.

NPCCR posts the current police reports and council meetings on our website.  You can view them by going to http://www.NPCCR.org.

 

NPCCR November Meeting Date

The next meeting of the North Plainfield Citizens for Community Rights (NPCCR) will be Thursday, November 3, 7:00 P.M., at the North Plainfield Community Center, 614 Greenbrook Road at Clinton Avenue.

Our guest speaker will be George Kneisser from the New Jersey Citizens for Property Tax Reform. If you are concerned about the inaction and empty promises of our “State Legislators” concerning meaningful property tax reform, please make an effort to attend this meeting. Bring any questions or concerns you have about New Jersey having the highest property taxes in the nation to this meeting.

All are welcome at our meetings. If you have a topic that you believe would be of benefit to our residents, please email your suggestions to communityrights@gmail.com

NPCCR records all council meetings and police reports these can be viewed by clicking on    www.npccr.org

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NPCCR October Meeting Date

The next meeting of the North Plainfield Citizens for Community Rights (NPCCR) will be Thursday 6 October, 7:00 PM, at the North Plainfield Community Center, 614 Greenbrook Rd. at Clinton Ave.

Our Guest Speaker will be Bruce Hyman, President of the North Plainfield Business Association.  Mr. Hyman will tell us about what the association does to promote businesses in North Plainfield.

If you have any questions about the business association, you will have an opportunity to ask them at this meeting.

Our meetings are open to everyone.

If you have a topic that you believe will be beneficial to our residents, please let us know.

NPCCR records council meetings and posts them along with the current police reports. They can be viewed by going to www.npccr.org.

 

NPCCR September Meeting Date

The next meeting of the North Plainfield Citizens for Community Rights (NPCCR) will held on Thursday, September 8, 7:00 P.M., at the North Plainfield Community Center, 614 Greenbrook Road at Clinton Avenue.

Our guest speaker will be from the Somerset County Sheriffs’ Dept. who will tell us about gangs and gang activity in our area. When the presentation is completed there will be a question and answer session.

If you have any questions or concerns about gang activity, please bring those questions and concerns to this meeting.

NPCCR meetings are open to all.

If you have a topic that you believe would be of benefit to our residents, please email your suggestions to: communityrights@gmail.com

NPCCR records all council meetings and police reports these can be viewed by clicking on:  www.npccr.org .

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May 7, 2016 NPCCR Meeting

The next meeting of the North Plainfield Citizens for Community Rights (NPCCR) will be Thursday, May 5,  7:00 P.M. at the North Plainfield Community Center, 614 Greenbrook Road at Clinton Avenue.

Our guest speaker will be from the Somerset County Sheriffs’ Dept. and will speak about gang activity in the area. At the end of the presentation you will have an opportunity to ask questions about gangs.

NPCCR meetings are open to all. Please invite residents of other communities to this meeting as gang activity is not a local issue.

This meeting is being sponsored by a Boro resident who is an attorney, Francine Gargano.

If you have a topic that you believe would be a benefit to our residents, please email your suggestions to communityrights@gmail.com

NPCCR records all council meetings and police reports these can be viewed by clicking on  www.npccr.org

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April 7, 2016 NPCCR Meeting

The next meeting of the North Plainfield Citizens for Community Rights (NPCCR) will be Thursday  7 April, 7:00 P.M. at the North Plainfield Community Center, 614 Greenbrook Road at Clinton Avenue.

Our guest speaker is from the State of New Jersey Department of the Treasury Division of Taxation and will tell us how to apply for the “Senior Tax Freeze.”  When the presentation is completed, there will be a question and answer session.

If you are 65 years or older and own a home, you might be eligible for the “Senior Tax Freeze.”  NPCCR meetings are open to all.  Please invite residents of other communities to this meeting as the Senior Tax Freeze is a state-wide program.

If you have a topic that you believe would be of benefit to our residents please email your suggestions to

NPCCR records all council meetings and police reports these can be viewed by clicking on     www.npccr.org

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March 3, 2016 NPCCR Meeting

The next meeting of the North Plainfield Citizens for Community Rights (NPCCR) will be Thursday, March 3, 7:00 PM, at the North Plainfield Community Center, 614 Greenbrook Road at Clinton Avenue.  Our guest speaker will be Police Chief William Parenti. When his presentation is completed he will take questions from the audience.

If you have any comments, complaints, questions, or suggestions concerning the police department, this will be the time to present them.

If you have any suggestions for future NPCCR meetings, please bring them to the attention of those conducting the meeting.  All are invited to our meetings.

The April 7 meeting will be on applying for the New Jersey Senior Tax Freeze. If you or anyone you know is 65 years old or older and own property, this might be of interest to you.  If you know anyone from another community that might find this subject beneficial please invite them to this meeting. This is a N.J. State Program.

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NPCCR Meeting 4 February at 7:00 P.M.

(There will be no meeting in January)

The next meeting of the North Plainfield Citizens for Community Rights (NPCCR) will be Thursday  4 February  7:00 P.M. at the North Plainfield Community Center, 614 Greenbrook Road at Clinton.

Our guest speaker will be Robert Graham. If you are considering filing a property tax appeal in 2016 Mr. Graham will give the information you will need to file that appeal. He will also let you know if you do not qualify for an appeal in 2016.

You will need to bring the following items to the meeting, the most current green card you received from the borough indicating what your taxes currently are, a calculator, paper to take notes, and a pen or pencil.

This is the 3rd. year we have had Mr. Graham as our guest speaker. The information he will share has been has been a great help to those considering a tax appeal.

NPCCR meetings are open to all. If you know anyone from another community that might be able to use his help, please bring them to this meeting.

If you have a topic that you believe would be of benefit to our residents please email your suggestions to:  communityrights@gmail.com

NPCCR records all council meetings and police reports these can be viewed by clicking on   www.npccr.org

NPCCR Founders

 

NPCCR Monthly Meeting 3 December, 7:00 P.M.

The next meeting of the North Plainfield Citizens for Community Rights (NPCCR) will be Thursday, December  3, 7:00 P.M. at the North Plainfield Community Center, 614 Greenbrook Road at Clinton Ave.

Our guest speaker will be North Plainfield’s Fire Chief William Eaton.  Chief Eaton will speak about the programs available to our resident e.g., fire prevention, smoke detector battery replacement for seniors etc. There will be time for a question and answer session when he completes his presentation. NPCCR meetings are open to all.

If you have a topic that you believe would be a benefit to our residents, please email your suggestions to communityrights@gmail.com

NPCCR records all council meetings and police reports these can be viewed by clicking on     www.npccr.org

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NPCCR Monthly Meeting 5 November, 7:00 P.M.

The next meeting of the North Plainfield Citizens for Community Rights (NPCCR) will be Thursday  5 November  7:00 P.M. at the North Plainfield Community Center 614 Greenbrook Road at Clinton.

Our guest speaker will be North Plainfield’s Superintendent of Schools Doctor James McLaughlin. Doctor McLaughlin will speak about the many new initiatives that are in the works for our schools.. There will be time for a question and answer session when he completes his presentation. NPCCR meetings are open to all.

If you have a topic that you believe would be of benefit to our residents, please email your suggestions to:  communityrights@gmail.com.

NPCCR records all council meetings and police reports these can be viewed by clicking on     www.npccr.org

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NPCCR Meeting 1 October, 7:00 P.M.

The next meeting of the North Plainfield Citizens for Community Rights (NPCCR) will be Thursday  1 October at 7:00 P.M. at the North Plainfield Community Center, 614 Greenbrook Road at Clinton Ave.

Our guest speaker will be Dennis Passe, North Plainfield’s Recreation Director.  Programs available will be one of the items he will discuss. When his presentation is completed there will be a question and answer session.

NPCCR meetings are open to all.

If you have a topic that you believe would be of benefit to our residents, please email your suggestions to:   communityrights@gmail.com

NPCCR records all council meetings and police reports these can be viewed by clicking on     www.npccr.org

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NPCCR Meeting 10 September, 7:00 P.M.

The next meeting of the North “Plainfield Citizens for Community Rights” (NPCCR) will be Thursday 10 September at 7:00 PM. at the community center, 614 Greenbrook Rd. at Clinton Ave.

Our guest speakers will tell us about the plans to reopen the “North Plainfield Fireman’s Exempt Museum” that is located on Somerset St. across from Somerset School.  You will have an opportunity to ask questions about the artifacts housed in the museum building. Scroll down and see some of these historical items.  All are welcome at our meetings.

NPCCR Posts the current police reports and council meetings on npccr.org.           If you have any suggestions for a meeting topic please bring those suggestions to this meeting.

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NPCCR Meeting 4 June 7:00 P.M.

The next meeting of the North Plainfield Citizens for Community Rights (NPCCR) will be Thursday 4 June  7:00 PM at the North Plainfield Community Center, 614 Greenbrook Road at Clinton Ave.

Our Guest Speaker will be North Plainfield’s Police Chief William Parenti.

Chief Parenti will talk about what is taking place in North Plainfield and what you can do to assist the police. There will be a question and answer session as part of this meeting.  If there is anything you have wanted to talk to the police about, this is the time to do it.

NPCCR records all council meetings and posts crime reports received from the police dept. You can view these meetings and reports by clicking on http://www.npccr.org.

If you have a topic that you feel will be of interest to North Plainfield residents, send that information to http://www.communityrights@gmail.com.

NPCCR Meeting  7 May  7:00 P.M.  

SENIOR TAX FREEZE 

A representative from the N.J. Dept. of the Treasury  will be the speaker at the next meeting of the North Plainfield Citizens for Community  Rights.

The speaker will tell you  what you must do to qualify for the senior tax freeze. 

If you are 65 or over, or if you are disabled, you will want to hear the information that will be available at this meeting.

There will be a portion of the meeting set aside to answer questions you might have. 

If you know anyone from another community that would be interested in this subject, please invite them to this meeting as the senior tax freeze program is open to all New Jersey property owners that qualify. 

We meet at the North at  the North Plainfield Community Center 614 Greenbrook Road at Clinton Avenue.

For more information call 908-757-6353 or frankdsr@comcast.net

April 2, 2015 Meeting

The next meeting of the North Plainfield Citizens for Community Rights (NPCCR) will be Thursday, April 2 at 7:00 PM at the North Plainfield Community Center, 614 Greenbrook Rd.

Our guest speaker will be Freeholder Deputy Director Patricia Walsh. Freeholder Walsh will tell us about programs available to our residents in Somerset County.

There will be time for questions once the presentation is completed. If there is anything you have been wanting to ask about the responsibilities of our county government, this will be the time to do it.

NPCCR posts all current police reports and council meetings. To view these reports and meetings go to npccr.org.  All are invited to our meetings.   If you have a topic that you believe might be of interest to our residents, e-mail them to:  communityrights@gmail.com.

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March 5, 2015 Meeting (Canceled due to weather – to be re-scheduled)

The next meeting of the North Plainfield Plainfield Citizens for Community Rights (NPCCR) will be held on Thursday 5 March.  Our guest speaker will be North Plainfield’s Police Chief William Parenti.  Chief Parenti will tell us about some of the programs available to the public, what is currently going on in the borough, how you can help, and what things should be reported to the police.  You will also have an opportunity to ask questions.

If you have a question or concern about a specific incident, please have the time, date, and how this incident was reported.

NPCCR posts all current police reports and council meetings.  To view these reports and meetings go to npccr.org.  All are invited to our meetings.  If  you have a topic that you believe might be of interest to our residents, please e-mail them to community

rights@gmail.com.

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February 5, 2015 Meeting

If you are considering filing a property tax appeal, the information you get at this NPCCR meeting will be of great help.

The speaker at the Thursday 5 February meeting of the North Plainfield Citizens for Community Rights (NPCCR) will be Robert K. Graham. The topic will be “How to File a Property Tax Appeal.”  Mr. Graham has been successful in helping our residents in filing their appeals for the past 2 years.

Please bring with you to this meeting paper, pencil, calculator, and your most current green  “Notice of Property Assessment” card that you received from the borough . If you believe the amount of your taxes exceeds the value of your property, Mr. Graham will be able to assist you.

We meet at the North Plainfield Community Center, 614 Greenbrook Rd. at Clinton Ave. at 7:00 PM.  All are invited to our meetings.

You can view the current North Plainfield  Police Reports by going to npccr.org

You can view the North Plainfield Council Meetings and find what your local elected officials are doing for you or to you at npccr.org

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January 8, 2015 Meeting

The next meeting of the North Plainfield Citizens for Community Rights (NPCCR) will be held Thursday, January 8 at the Community Center, 614 Clinton Ave., at 7:00 pm.

One of our guest speakers will be Susan MacWhinney-Ciufo, Director of the Plainfield Area Humane Society on Rock Ave., and she will tell you about what services the shelter provides.

Shelia Kay, a local comedienne, will talk about the animal transport she is involved in. The Plainfield Area Humane Society is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization and their website is http://www.petfinder.com/shelter/pahs.htm.

Pet food donations will be appreciated at this meeting.  All are invited to our meetings.

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December 4, 2014 Meeting

The speaker at the Thursday, December 4 meeting of the North Plainfield Citizens for Community Rights (NPCCR) will be Dr. James McLaughlin, the new Superintendent of North Plainfield Schools.

Dr. McLaughlin will tell us about himself and will answer questions you might have concerning our schools. We meet at the North Plainfield Community Center, 614 Greenbrook Road at Clinton Avenue at 7:00 PM.

All are welcome to attend.

You can view the current North Plainfield Police Reports by going to npccr.org

You can view the North Plainfield Council Meetings and find what your local elected officials are doing for you at npccr.org

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October 2, 2015 Meeting

The October 2 meeting of the North Plainfield Citizens for Community Rights (NPCCR) is our annual “Meet the Candidates Night.” All eight (8) candidates running for the four (4) North Plainfield Council seats that will be on the November 4th ballot have been invited to the October 2 NPCCR meeting at 614 Greenbrook Road at Clinton Avenue at 7:00 pm.

All candidates have been given a copy of the “Meet the Candidates Format” that will be used so that they will come prepared. There will be a Q&A session for the public. All are welcome

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