Councilman Landrigan Receives Morris Scouts Lifetime Achievement Award

Madison Borough Councilman Bob Landrigan received the Morris Lifetime Achievement Award from the Patriots Path Council of the Boy Scouts of America at its 22nd annual dinner at the Park Avenue Club in Florham Park on April 19. Bob is joined by Councilwoman Maureen Byrne, Mayor Bob Conley, (not pictured) and Council President Carmela Vitale and DDC Commissioner and Borough Council Candidate John Hoover. Councilman Landrigan was recognized by the Scouts for his twenty years of service as an EMT volunteer with the Madison Volunteer Ambulance Crops.  During those years, he served six years as the Corps President and is currently in his fourth year as its Captain.  Landrigan has also served as the coordinator of Madison’s Office of Emergency Management for the past six years, previously served as an auxiliary police officer, and is in his second term on the Madison Borough Council.

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