In the next two weeks West Windsor Mayor Shing-Fu Hsueh will publicly look back at the history of the township and give the community a glimpse of what’s coming in the future.##M:[more]##
The mayor will present his annual state of the township speech before Township Council on Monday, January 31, starting at 7 p.m. The presentation will be held before the regularly scheduled council meeting at 7:45 p.m. Under the township’s administrative code, the mayor is required to give the speech every January.
Hsueh plans to take a more long-term look at the township, past, present, and future, during a “Town Hall” meeting on Saturday, February 5. The event will be held from 10 a.m. to noon in West Windsor Municipal Building Room “A.”
“We have so many things going on, and I want to give people a full picture about the community,” says Hsueh. “I’m going to talk about the history of West Windsor and how we got to where we are in over the last 207 years. I also intend to talk about the future vision of the township from my perspective.”
Hsueh says initiatives he plans to address include an expansion of the township’s senior center, and the establishment of a museum system focuing on West Windsor’s historical and environmental resources.