Architect and long-time Chatham Borough resident Frank Truilo will be seeking to join Council member Len Resto on the Democratic ticket for Borough Council, according to the Borough’s Democratic Committee Chair Patricia Soteropoulos.
Because the deadline for appearing on the ballot has passed, Democratic primary voters are asked to write in Truilo’s name on their primary ballots, which are expected to arrive this week.
“Frank Truilo will make an exceptional candidate and a fantastic Borough Council member,” Soteropoulos said.
Truilo and his wife have lived in Chatham since 1996, and Frank has been involved in local government for many years. He is currently vice-chair of the Chatham Borough Historic Preservation Commission and has served on the Borough’s Overnight Parking Committee.
Frank Truilo was previously a member of the Planning Boards in both New Providence and Robbinsville, and he served on the Board of Trustees for the New Providence Community Pool.
Truilo has had his own architecture practice in the Borough since 2003, and he was recently involved in the design of the new Fleur de Sel French bakery on Main Street. In addition, Frank serves as a Board of Trustee member for the Newark and Suburban Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.