Clark Town Council Elects 2018 President and Vice President

Councilman Bill Smith was sworn in as the 2018 Council President. Credits: Elizabeth Clee
Police Chief Pedro Matos, Councilman Bill Smith, Mayor Bonaccorso Credits: Elizabeth Clee
Councilman Patrick O'Connor was sworn in as the 2018 Council Vice President, as his mother Barbara looks on. Credits: Elizabeth Clee
Barbara O'Connor, Councilman Patrick O'Connor and Mayor Bonaccorso. Credits: Elizabeth Clee
Cub Scouts from Clark Pack 145 presented the colors at the start of the annual meeting. Credits: Elizabeth Clee
Scouts place flags behind council before meeting starts as Town Clerk Edie Merkel looks on. Credits: Elizabeth Clee

CLARK, NJ -  Members of the town council nominated and elected their 2018 president and vice president during the annual Clark Township Reorganization Meeting on Tuesday Jan. 2.  

Bill Smith was elected to the position of President of the Clark Town Council.   Patrick O'Connor was elected to the position of Vice President of the Clark Town Council.

Smith is a Councilman-at-large with a  term expiring in 2020.    O'Connor represents Ward 2 and is up for reelection later this year.   

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Mayor Sal Bonaccorso officiated the swearing in of both men at the start of the meeting.  Bonaccorso congratulated each man, wished them well and said he looked forward to working with them in the year to come.

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