On this page you will find current events on the campaign and Rob's involvement in Summit. To find out more about the Summit Highline, the ground-breaking project Rob has spear-headed, click on "Summit Highline" under "In The News" on the top nav bar.
Feasibility workshop is presented at City Hall on October 13th. To view the presentation click here.
"Summit's own Highline would be 'crown jewel' in city's trail system"
Read full article published on NJ.Com: http://www.nj.com/independentpress/index.ssf/2015/01/summits_own_highline_would_be.html#incart_river
10/20/14 Summit Candidate Forum - Interview of Councilman Rubino
October 16th - Union County Freeholders Chairman Christopher Hudak and Bruce Bergen present Summit Council President Robert J. Rubino and Councilman Richard J. Madden with checks from the Kids’ Recreation Trust Fund and the “Greening Union County” grant programs at the Oct. 16 Freeholder Board meeting in Elizabeth.
October 16th, 2014 - Great news for Summit!
10/1/14 The Summit Free Public Library Foundation hosted its inaugural reception at the home of Drs. Susan and Robert Rubino. See full article: http://aol.it/1rpkiwI
Recent letters of support for councilman Rubino's campaign
10/3/14 Councilman Rubino receives a letter to the City Clerk's office from the State of New Jersey Department of Transportation with their support to progress the Summit High Line project.
9/28/14 - As President of the Common Council, councilman Rubino hosts the show "Summit Council Forum" on Hometowne TV. In his latest program, he interviews Christopher Hudak, the Chairman of the Board of the Union County Board of Freeholders. Links to previous shows below:
9/17/2014 - NJDOT ANNOUNCES TIMELINE FOR HOBART AVE OVERPASS REPAIRS
SUMMIT, N.J., September 17, 2014 - Officials from the NJ Department of Transportation (NJDOT) have confirmed to the City that work to repair damage to the Hobart Avenue Overpass of Route 24 will begin tonight. The use of newly developed heat-straightening technology to make the repairs will enable the project to be completed within a two week time period.
“The Hobart Bridge closure is a major travel impediment for all residents of Summit and neighboring communities,” explains Common Council President Dr. Robert Rubino. “It is having a substantial impact on traffic flow in the area and on commerce in our downtown. We have been working closely with the Office of the Governor and with Acting NJ Transportation Chief Joseph Bertoni to initiate the repair project as expeditiously as possible and appreciate the work of all those involved in making it happen.”
The Hobart Avenue Overpass has been shut down since Tuesday, August 26 following a motor vehicle crash on Rt. 24. Damage to girders supporting the overpass was caused by a tractor trailer making contact with the bridge, knocking construction equipment it was carrying onto the roadway.
SEPTEMBER 13, 2014 - Grand Opening, Momentum Cycling & Fitness