Gottheimer Joins Ramsey Borough Mayor, Chief of Police to Survey Storm Damage

Aug 05, 2020
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On August 5, 2020, U.S. Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) visited Ramsey, New Jersey, to survey damage from Tropical Storm Isaias, and met with Ramsey Mayor Deirdre Dillon and Ramsey Chief of Police Bryan Gurney.

Below: Gottheimer joins Ramsey Mayor Deirdre Dillon and Ramsey Chief of Police Bryan Gurney to survey damage to the Borough from Tropical Storm Isaias.

 

 

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