North Brunswick officials thank township engineer for 15 years of service


Share post:

NORTH BRUNSWICK – Municipal officials said so long to a “personable” member of North Brunswick’s contract professional staff.

John Kriskowski worked his last day with CME Associates on Feb. 26 after being employed with the firm since 2006.

- Advertisement -

Kriskowski was North Brunswick’s designated client manager for 15 years and the engineer for the North Brunswick Planning Board.

He sat through hundreds of meetings, assessing tens of millions of dollars worth of capital improvements for dozens of applications, Michael Hritz, director of Community Development, said during North Brunswick’s March 1 Township Council meeting.

Councilman Ralph Andrews said Kriskowski always made complex information easy to understand. Andrews said Kriskowski is personable, not just technical.

“I have come to respect the mayor and the council and the employees of the township,” Kriskowski said upon receiving a proclamation. “The very important part for me is … talking about the friendships and the personal relationships I have developed with many of you over these 15 years.”

Kriskowski will be moving south upon his retirement.

Stay Connected


Current Issue

Latest News

Related articles

Windows of Understanding addresses social justice issues through art

For husband and wife, Dan and Peichi Waite, the word dignity played a big role when putting together...

North Brunswick native sworn in as township police officer

NORTH BRUNSWICK - Seven years after graduating from North Brunswick Township High School, Jake Codella comes home to...

A musician’s journey from professional drummer to film composer

With the upcoming release of Bezos:The Beginning, Professional composer, Colin Bell, shared his creative process on scoring his...

North Brunswick BOE welcomes two new board members

NORTH BRUNSWICK - The New Year for North Brunswick's Board of Education is underway as the board has...