Frenchtown Police Chief Allan Kurylka retires after 39 years on the job

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Frenchtown Police Chief Allan Kurylka retired from duty with a walk-out ceremony held at the police department on Friday.

Members of the Borough Council, Hunterdon Prosecutor’s Office staff and current and former mayors were among the dozens who attended the morning ceremony and applauded Kurylka for his 39 years of service.

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Chief Kurylka’s last day

Chief Kurylka’s last day, after 39 years of service, is Friday, August 30, 2019.

We would like you to join us on Friday, August 30, 2019 at 11:00 A.M.,for Chief’s walk out at police headquarters.

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JOIN US IN HONORING POLICE CHIEF ALLAN KURYLKA

The September 4, 2019 Borough Council meeting at 7:30 pm will be moved to the Frenchtown Elementary School.

The Borough Council will honor Police Chief Allan Kurylka at the meeting.

Residents are encouraged to attend and join in the celebration!

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Excessive Heat Wednesday through Sunday

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Frenchtown Police Officer Presented With Life Saving Award

Frenchtown Police Officer Presented With Life Saving Award

Frenchtown Police Officer Presented With Life Saving AwardFrenchtown Police Department Officer Erik Eccles was presented with the 200 Club of Hunterdon County Meritorious Service Award for saving the life of a civilian who was trapped in a burning vehicle, on the evening of April 20, 2018, during his time with the Franklin Township Police Department. In attendance was the Mayor Brad Myhre, Police Chief Al Kurylka, Police Commissioner Michele Liebtag for the award ceremony on May 2, 2019.

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DEA Take Back Day Saturday April 27

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