Tag: William Woodruff
Newly elected William Woodruff succeeded Clifford W. Emmons as chair of the Chester Township Committee, in 1938. The Mendham-Chester Tribune said he led the first regular meeting of the year, held at the Chester School. Also sworn in on New Year’s Day were Stanley Bodine, Raymond Croot, Harold Philower, and Benjamin Henderson.
In 1938, both Chester Borough and Township held their first regular meetings of the year. Mayor Daniel S. Budd led the Borough for his second year in office, while Dr. Hugh Fry and Edward Pickel, Sr., succeeded Robert Hughson and Fred DeHart on the Board. For the Township, William Woodruff began his chairmanship over the first meeting at the Chester School. He succeeded Clifford W. Emmons. Also sworn in on New Year’s Day was Stanley Bodine. Source: Mendham-Chester Tribune.
In 1938, Caspar Kaffke of the South Road appealed to the Chester Township Committee to repair the South Road. Chairman William Woodruff explained that the Herrick Road Act required Kaffke to apply for aid to the Board of Freeholders. Further, such an application would need to take place five months later. Previously, Pleasant Hill Road and Vacationland Road had been repaired, said Kaffke. Source: Mendham-Chester Tribune