My name is Cristiano Armenti and I am a resident of the Township of Plainsboro. I moved to Plainsboro in 2020 due to its diversity and strong sense of community. Prior to moving to Plainsboro, I joined the Plainsboro Fire Company as a volunteer firefighter, where I’ve been active for nearly two years. I have been a firefighter for a total of four years and I currently work for the State of New Jersey as an Assistant Institution Fire Chief. In addition, I am an Emergency Medical Technician with three years of experience serving the citizens of Monmouth Junction, the City of Plainfield, and North Brunswick Township. As I am in the running for the position of Fire Commissioner for the Plainsboro Fire District, my goal is to further create a safe and positive difference for residents, schools, and businesses throughout the community. Additionally, my experience in the field of emergency services allows me to be versatile and have an open- minded approach to problem solving, while progressively implementing new ideas along the way. As a Fire Commissioner, I will be determined to execute new ideas with strong conviction and dedication, ensuring that our taxpayer dollars are being spent appropriately as the town continuously grows. I will also be deeply committed to better serving the community by bringing awareness as to what the fire district does as a whole. Being a Plainsboro volunteer firefighter has given me the insight on how to progress the department in serving our community, by offering residents the best quality protection and reliability they deserve.
Robert “Bob” Corriveau is currently the Chairman of the Board of Fire Commissioners and is running for reelection in November. Bob moved to Plainsboro in July of 2001 and has focused on immersing himself in the town that he has called home for the past 20 years. Bob lives with his wife Jessica and their 6 children in the Plainsboro Village area of the township. He has been a teacher at WWPHS North for the past 22 years and continues to teach AP Biology and Human Anatomy. Bob joined the Plainsboro Volunteer Fire Department shortly after the horrible events of September 11th, 2001 and has put in over 19 years of service as a firefighter. Bob is now looking to be elected to the Plainsboro Board of Fire Commissioners for the 3rd time.