The Randolph Municipal Alliance Committee (MAC) was established in 1989 with the goal of combatting alcoholism and drug abuse in the community. It is one of thirty-one alliances in Morris County, all of which are overseen by the Governor’s Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse and funded through Drug Enforcement Demand Reduction (DEDR) fines that are collected for drug-related offenses.
The Randolph MAC is comprised of local community leaders, school and municipal employees, clergy and private citizens who want to be involved in preventing alcohol, nicotine and drug-related problems in the township. Additionally, the MAC offers education and programs related to mental health well being and the Morris County Stigma Free Initiative.
|Officer Richard Biase||Police Department Liaison|
|Mark Forstenhausler||Town Council Liaison|
|Kate Olsakowski||MAC Coordinator|
|Dr. MaryAlice Thomas||Randolph Schools Liaison|
|David Timpanaro (Alt. #1)|
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