980 Dogs and Cats Killed (and counting) under Mayor Barberio's Watch

For the past eight years, Mayor James Barberio has cost Parsippany taxpayers millions of dollars in ineffective policies, unnecessary programs and skyrocketing legal fees. So it should not be surprising that one such policy has led to thousands of dollars in unnecessary costs and nearly one thousand euthanized dogs and cats in Parsippany’s animal shelter.

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Michael's environmental committment

With the recent news that our country is pulling out of the Paris Climate Accords and jeopardizing our environment, Michael is committed to standing up for our environment. To do this, Michael will reinstate the Environmental committee that for too long has been ignored and disregarded by the current administration. With the Environmental committee back in action, our community will help make sure that our town is green and doing its part to fight climate change. Michael will also oppose the Pilgrim pipeline as it will put our surrounding community at risk of oil leakages and other related issues. With the environment as an issue that will affect our future generations, Michael is committed to making sure he leaves our children and grandchildren with a clean Parsippany.

Michael Soriano Announces Candidates for Township Council

Parsippany, NJ, March 13, 2017 – Parsippany Mayoral candidate Michael Soriano, who announced his candidacy last month, is proud to announce his slate of Township Council candidates for the 2017 election.

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Which issues matter to you?

Michael Soriano is calling voters to talk about the change residents want to see in Parsippany. What are the most important issues to you? Please let us know through our short survey here. 

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Reprinted from the Daily Record ---

PARSIPPANY - An ice storm failed to keep the township's big election year from heating up on Sunday as Democrat Michael Soriano became the first candidate to officially declare his bid for the mayor's office in 2017

"I'm running for one reason, to clean up Parsippany," said Soriano, a Lake Hiawatha resident. "Our government is pervaded by backroom deals, by entities that are not interested in the people of Parsippany ... Our elected officials, these petty feuds that have been going on in town hall that for a while now that have just made Parsippany so interesting to the press, I'll tell you this, and I'll paraphrase a friend of mine. I want to make Parsippany boring again."

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