Tag: Cecil Hoffman
In 1936, the Cecil Hoffman family won three out of seven prizes at the Chester Community Nurses’ Association card party held at the Chester School in the seventh and eighth grade rooms. The Mendham-Chester Tribune mused, “What lucky charm surrounded the Hoffmans was a mystery to the guests.” Cecil won the door prize and a Christmas tree. Mrs. Hoffman had the high score of the evening.
In 1937, Mayor Daniel S. Budd appointed a five-man committee to investigate zoning for Chester Borough. They would investigate the practical questions involved in creating a one-zone district. Committee members were Cecil Hoffman, clerk of the borough council; Alonzo P. Greene; Edwin Collis; Alvah Barker; and Charles Williamson. Source: Mendham-Chester Tribune
In 1955, the Chester Borough Council named its first Zoning Commission. The members were Charles A. Williamson, Dr. Hugh Fry, Alan Lum, Willis Larison, Harvey Guerin, Mayor Nichols, and Cecil Hoffman. Source: Mendham-Chester Tribune