Happy New Year; Focus Presents 2021 in Review


PARSIPPANY — Parsippany Focus recaps the top stories from the previous year.

The top stories of 2021 are:

James Carifi Awarded 1 Million Dollars in Settlement Against Township of Parsippany Captain James Carifi settled a 10-year lawsuit with the Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills and held a press conference in December Click here to read the article

Parsippany Hires Frederick Carr as Business Administrator Mayor Soriano Hired a new Business Administrator to replace the outgoing Ellen Sandman in August Click here to read the article

Police Chief Andrew Miller Retires Parsippany-Troy Hills Police Chief Andrew Miller Retired effective July 1. He held that position since 2018 Click here to read the article.

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Council Candidate Musella’s Statement on Soriano Budget Crisis Council Candidate Justin Musella takes a stab at Soriano’s Budget Crisis in June Click here to read the article.

Multiple Individuals at PHHS Tested Positive for COVID-19 COVID-19 was the leading story in 2021, schools in the Parsippany-Troy Hills School district was forced to virtual learning, split sessions, and canceling of many extra extracurricular activities Click here to read the story.

parsippany sewer utility 39% Increase Scheduled for Water and Sewer Utilities The hot topic on every resident’s mind was the 39% increase in Water and Sewer Utilities Click here to read the story

Parsippany’s Single-Use Plastic Bag Ban goes into effect February 6 Township Council passed Ordinance No. 2019:33 prohibiting retailers from providing single-use plastic carry-out bags Click here to read the story

Parsippany: Changing of the Guards James Barberio wins the Election for Mayor Click here to read the article