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March, 2021
Piscataway Mourns the Loss of Favorite Son Kenny Armwood
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November, 2020
Wahler joins Biden & Harris in discussion with mayors
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March, 2021
Piscataway Officials Renew Calls For Gun Reform
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January, 2021
Piscataway Mayor, Council Call for Trump's Expulsion
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January, 2021
Piscataway Police Get Tenured Leader
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March, 2021
Piscataway Township Council to Move to Full Green Government Energy Use Tonight
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October, 2020
Piscataway Keeps High Standing with Standard & Poor's
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January, 2021
Wahler Calls on VP Pence, Cabinet to Invoke 25th Amendment
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October, 2020
Piscataway Police Gain Notable Distinction
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May, 2020
Wahler Creates Outdoor Seating for Piscataway Restaurants
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July, 2020
Piscataway Community Center dedication
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March, 2020
Piscataway Hits a Triple to Save Taxpayers
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Mayor's Message

At the Piscataway Senior Center, elderly residents appreciated the opportunity to ask questions of U.S. Representatives Frank Pallone, Jr. (NJ-6), Tom Malinowski (NJ-7) & Donald M. Payne, Jr. (NJ-10) alongside Mayor Brian C. Wahler about the Elijah E. Cummings Lower Drug Costs Now Act (H.R. 3) from the 116th Congress.


March 8, 2021 - In addition to the hundreds of thousands of lives lost to the Covid-19 pandemic, millions of families face difficult financial times.  The unexpected changes to the household budgets of many across the country will sadly have long-lasting effects.

What families need are steady paychecks and affordable neighborhoods.  To do so locally, it is critical that we continue to keep and create good paying jobs for hard working residents.  Thankfully, the push for economic development made by the Township Council and myself greatly helps both family budgets and the municipal budget.  (To continue reading, please click here.)

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