Credentials and Expertise. These are basic qualities that any headhunter, supervisor, manager, or hiring partner demands when looking for a new work colleague to bring on board.
It comes as no surprise, then, that the Berkeley Heights Republican Municipal Committee (RMC) engaged in the same analysis and looked for these essential criteria to fill Republican Councilman Craig Pastore's seat, following Pastore's announcement that he is moving out of town.
The RMC submitted three names to the Town Council and we are thrilled that they chose Michelle Greco. Michelle Greco, with her finance, strategic planning and project management experience, was the logical choice.
Having been endorsed by Tom Kean, Jr., NJ Senate Minority Leader; Jon Bramnick, Minority Leader, NJ State Assembly; and Nancy Munoz, NJ Assemblywoman, District 21, Michelle brings to the table her business expertise in the private sector as well as her ability to offer keen, strategic insight. These traits will enable her to understand and analyze critical financial matters facing our Town and work well in conjunction with the Township Council's current membership. These two very critical assets will strengthen our Township's leadership as Berkeley Heights embarks on major development projects and other improvements.
We hope you will join us in support of Michelle's appointment. Please also voice your support at the polls by voting for Michelle and her running mates, Mayor Robert Woodruff and Councilman Michael D'Aquila, Column A, on Tuesday, June 5 from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.