Administrator Robert Falzarano has started working from home, according to Acting Administrator Vincent J. DeNave.
Falzarano "has really started to participate more," DeNave said, and has called in for conference calls and responded via email to borough issues with municipal employees and officials.
It is still unclear when Falzarano will return to work fulltime, but DeNave said "he's excited to get back here ... [h]e's anxious to get back to work."
Falzarano was hospitalized for over a month . Falzarano was stabilized at the scene of the accident, then transported to the hospital where he underwent surgery and spent (ICU).
Falzarano was released from from Baptist Health Medical Center in Little Rock on Thursday, May 25 and returned to New Jersey to receive further care.
DeNave said Falzarano has shown remarkable, even "" improvement. "Every day he walks a little further," he said. "He's eating a little more and putting on weight."
The accident , the borough's deputy director of the .
Falzarano's brother George was also wounded, as was the driver of the Chevrolet Tahoe who hit the three motorcyclists. from University of Arkansas Medical Sciences Hospital on Monday, May 7.
The three men were returning from a cross-country motorcycle trip at the time of the accident. All were wearing their helmets, according to the Arkansas State Police.