LIAISON TO THE MAYOR: Mayor DelVecchio has named Kari Osmond to be his liaison within the City's Human Rights Council. In this role, she will serve as the point-of-contact between the Council and the City for any issues that are brought to the City's attention. In making the selection, the Mayor cited Osmond's strong background and work in constituent relations as district director for US Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman and, previously, chief of staff for state Assemblyman Reed Gusciora.

The City of Lambertville's Human Rights Council was established by ordinance on August 13, 2014. Click here for the Ordinance.


Next Meeting:  Monday, January 25, 2016
at 7 PM at City Hall located at 18 York Street in the City.

Phone: 609-397-0110  *  Fax: 609-397-2203  *  Email:

 John Woods, Resident, Chairperson
48 Ferry Street

Kari Osmond, Resident, Mayor’s Representative
114 North Union Street

Steven M. Stegman, Council President
100 Suddiford Street
Mailing address: PO Box 373

Bruce Cocuzza, Police Director & LGBT Liaison
349 North Main Street

Helen T. “Bambi” Kuhl, Director of Public Assistance
18 York Street

Daniel Seiter, President, South Hunterdon Regional School District
141 North Union Street
Phone Number: 908-256-1923

 Christine Miller, Chairperson, Lambertville Free and Public Library Board
93 Clinton Street

Beth Caruso, Resident, 2 year term
PO Box 276

Beth Asaro, Councilwoman, 5 year term
51 Delaware Avenue

Cynthia L. Ege, City Clerk, Non-voting member
20 Alexander Avenue


Click here for the following information:

State of New Jersey Attorney General - Bias Incidents

Lambertville Police Department - Profiling and Discriminatory Practices

Lambertville Police Department - Bias Incidents

Nondescrimination in City Employment

ORDINANCE NUMBER 28-2015: Non-Discrimination Ordinance By City Contractors
An Ordinance to Require All Contractors Proposing to Do Business With the City of Lambertville to Treat Employees in A Manner Which Provides Equal Employment Opportunity And Does Not Discriminate Against Any of Their Employees, Any City Employee Working With Them, or Any Applicant for Employment.

The public hearing is scheduled for Tuesday, December 15, 2015 at 7 pm at the Phillip L. Pittore Justice Center, located at 25 South Union Street.

Click here for the draft ordinance.