HAMILTON, NJ --  The new leaders of Hamilton Township will take the oath of office and reorganize local government in less than three weeks. The inauguration of Hamilton's next mayor -- Jeff Martin -- will take place on January 1 at 12 noon at The Stone Terrace at John Henry's.  Incoming members of the Township Council, Pasquale "Pat" Papero, Jr. and Nancy Phillips will also be sworn in.

The Hamilton Township Council will undertake is bi-annual reorganization and elect a  new council president and vice-president.  After the reorganization, Martin will take the oath of office which will be administered by State Senator Troy Singleton. 

The public is welcome to attend the day's festivities free-of-charge at the Stone Terrace by John Henry's located 2275 Kuser Road in Hamilton Township.   

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Martin, Papero and Phillips bested current Mayor Kelly Yaede and her republican running mates Vinnie Capadanno and Rich Balgowan in landslide victories in November.  

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