Elections

March 23, 2019

As Assembly Republican Leader, I voice serious concerns with letting convicted drug dealers caught with five pounts of marijuana more easily clear their record.  Only in New Jersey would they expunge a drug dealer's record for something that still remains a crime, It's outrageous that Trenton ...

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Yesterday, Berkeley Heights residents braved the rain and the crowds and made good on what we had heard repeatedly as we knocked on doors all over town. They showed their strong support for us but moreover, they showed that they are ready for change. They demonstrated that Berkeley Heights has a ...

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Congratulations to the Democrat team of Angie Devanney, Stephen Yellin and Alvaro Medieros. They worked hard and their message resonated with residents.. We all want the very best for Berkeley Heights and we will ensure a smooth transition.  Thank you to the residents of Berkeley Heights for your ...

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As we approach election day on Tuesday November 6th, I would like to talk about my team and our record, and you the voter can be the judge. We have been working very hard these past few years to transform our town’s business and residential community while simultaneously and successfully managing ...

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As I continue to meet residents as we go door to door, I have been asked why I want to be on this Town Council again. And my answer is simple:  I care about this Town and know that my years of engineering experience are needed at this very critical point in our history.  When I first moved to ...

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I am running for Town Council because I care about our Town, I have the right SKILLS and EXPERIENCE and am willing to take ACTION to guide us through the changes that are happening in Berkeley Heights.  The ability to take ACTION matters.  In the few months that I have been on the Council I have ...

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The toxic political atmosphere in Washington DC is in danger of becoming a reality here in Berkeley Heights. Rather than campaign on the issues, the Woodruff-D'Aquila-Greco team has resorted to scorched-earth, disgusting character attacks on Angie Devanney. We have now confirmed that the ...

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Three years ago we ran on a platform of taking the Berkeley Heights School District from “Good to Great”.  To accomplish that, we put a comprehensive strategic plan in place which is now starting its third year and we have accomplished a great deal.  Over the course of the last several weeks, we ...

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After many months of meeting with and listening to residents across Berkeley Heights, I believe our community wants real, positive change in Township government. That inclusive, community-driven change is what Angie Devanney, Alvaro Medeiros and I want to bring to Berkeley Heights government. If – ...

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Only three towns in New Jersey have Berkeley Heights’ form of government. It is unique because the mayor ONLY votes in the instance of a tie. Currently, there is one differing voice on the Township Council, Susan Poage. If our entire team is elected, given the nasty tone of this campaign, there may ...

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I am asking all parents and residents to make their vote count in the Board of Education election next Tuesday, November 6th. As a parent of a Berkeley Heights student,  when elected I will make sure to be your common-sense voice and represent you. My primary focus will be to make sure: -We ...

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As Berkeley Heights Town Council Vice President, I have been elected to represent all residents.  I am honored to be running with fellow Councilperson Michelle Greco and our Mayor, Robert Woodruff.  We are just like you: neighbors and taxpayers. And, just like you, we want to know exactly how our ...

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My name is Michelle Greco and I am running for Town Council because I care about our Town and I have the SKILLS and EXPERIENCE to guide us through the changes that are happening in Berkeley Heights.  Our Town is growing and I believe that we need to take a careful look at our TRANSPORTATION ...

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Is Berkeley Heights in a better place now than it was four years ago?  I say a resounding YES to that simple question and here’s why… Under my leadership, Berkeley Heights is now the fifth safest municipality in the State and was rated the sixth best place to live by NJ Monthly.  We have the ...

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As Election Day rapidly approaches, it seems that an old saying applies to one of the most important issues on which Berkeley Heights voters should base their decision: “what’s old is new again.” I’m referring to a plan to woefully overdevelop land on Emerson Lane and Hillcrest Road, greatly ...

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