In less than 3 weeks Election Day will be here. We again will have the opportunity to make a choice as to who will be leading us a for a three year term. If you were the CEO of an organization and had to pick the two best candidates to fill a vacancy and placed all three of the current candidates’ resumes up on a bulletin board who would you pick?
Robert Woodruff is an accomplished attorney who has served this town as Mayor (filling Mayor Cohen’s unexpired term) and as a Councilman this year. In the almost 2 years Bob has served he has led and/or assisted in the negotiations of the various labor contracts and his advice has been invaluable. He has also given his time as a volunteer with the recreation commission for many years and served as its chairman , as well as a member of the PAL board and coach.
Jeanne Kingsley is a Certified Public Accountant who was the CFO for a large insurance company. Jeanne has volunteered her financial background in assisting her church as a member of the Little Flower Church finance committee. She has been involved with our schools in various leadership roles in her children’s PTOs and volunteered on the Berkeley Heights Board of Education Strategic Planning Committee.
Stephen Yellin is a product of the Berkeley Heights School system. He attended Mt. Park School, Columbia Middle School and graduating from Governor Livingston H.S. Attended and graduated Drew University and is attending a graduate program at Rutgers University. He has volunteered in the Library and has volunteered on political campaigns.
If you were to remove the party initial behind each person’s name and make the logical choice ,who would you choose? As the Mayor and CEO of the Township there is only one choice for me. I am proud to endorse the team of Woodruff and Kingsley . We need these two professionals and their expertise to assist us in the smooth running of our Township.
On Tuesday November 8th please exercise your right to vote and join me in voting for Bob Woodruff and Jeanne Kingsley.
Joseph G. Bruno
Township of Berkeley Heights