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AFAA's Annual Meeting which is an event that tops my calendar of things to do each year.




All of our General meetings warm up with a cash Bar from 5:29 PM to 5:59 PM. Meetings start promptly at 6:01 PM and our Presentations are normally over by 8:02 PM.

meetings are held at:

The Hanover Manor

16 Eagle Rock Avenue 

East Hanover, NJ 07936

(973) 992-7425 • (973) 887-2682

Be sure to get a seat, please RSVP to: Dennis DeCarlo ddecarlo@metrofirecommunications.com  (973) 429 - 4846

On the nights of General Meetings Our Board of Directors meets at the Hanover Manor at 4:00 PM prior to the general meetings, on months when there is no general meeting we meet at 4:30 PM at:

Frank Minutillo's office;
Alarm & Comm. Technologies
(973) 659-3473
25 Ross Street
Wharton, NJ 07885-0596
Our Mailing Address: 

Automatic Fire Alarm Association of NJ, Inc.

AFAANJ, Inc., 

PO BOX 3048

Wallington, NJ 07057

Please take a moment to view the below information thanks





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