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Chirls and Konner Hold On To Seats in Livingston Board of Education Election

November 6, 2018

LIVINGSTON, NJ —  According to the unofficial election results provided by the Essex County Clerk’s Office, Pamela Chirls and Ronnie Ferber Konner have been selected to serve another term on the Livingston Board of Education.

The unofficial results determined that Chirls got 5,501 votes and Konner 5,147 votes, which placed them ahead of challengers Todd Goren (3,898 ...

Livingston Township Council Incumbents Meinhardt, Fernandez, Klein Win Re-election

LIVINGSTON, NJ — According to the unofficial election results provided by the Essex County Clerk’s Office, Mayor Ed Meinhardt, Rudy Fernandez and Shawn Klein will retain their seats on the Livingston Township Council.  

The unofficial results determined that the three Democrat incumbents finished ahead of Republican challengers Brandon Minde and Debbie Burack. Each of the ...

Meet Edward Meinhardt: Livingston Township Council Candidate

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Meet Ed Meinhardt, one of three current Livingston Township Council members running for re-election on Nov. 6.

Meinhardt, a 22-year resident and the current mayor of Livingston, is the Senior Account Executive for European Granite and Marble. He graduated from Millburn High School in 1982 and received his Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Arts degree in finance from ...

Meet Brandon Minde: Livingston Township Council Candidate

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Meet Brandon Minde, a 12-year Livingston resident running for township council on Nov. 6.

Minde, a lawyer at Dughi, Hewit & Domalewski, P.C., in Cranford, grew up in neighboring West Orange and attended West Orange Public Schools. He graduated from Muhlenberg College and George Washington University Law School. He met his wife, Claudia, a South Orange native, at ...

Meet Shawn Klein: Livingston Township Council Candidate

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Meet Shawn Klein, one of three current Livingston Township Council members running for re-election on Nov. 6.

Klein is a 45-year resident of Livingston and a product of Burnet Hill Elementary School, Heritage Middle School and Livingston High School. He is an ophthalmologist by trade and is currently employed as a cataract surgeon. Klein and his wife, Cindy, have ...

Meet Ronnie Konner: Livingston Board of Education Candidate

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Meet Ronnie Ferber Konner, a current Livingston Board of Education member running for re-election on Nov. 6.

Konner, a 54-year resident of Livingston, is also a retired educator and community volunteer. She graduated from Livingston High School prior to attending University of Arizona Study Abroad in Guadalajara, Mexico, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree from Montclair ...

Meet Todd Goren: Livingston Board of Education Candidate

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Meet Todd Goren, a candidate running for Livingston Board of Education on Nov. 6.  

Goren is a partner at Morrison and Foerster, LLC, in the Business Restructuring and Insolvency group. He was raised in Gaithersburg, Maryland, where he attended school in Montgomery County Public Schools, which he said has “some of the most highly ranked public schools in ...

Meet Debbie Burack: Livingston Township Council Candidate

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Meet Debbie Burack, a candidate running for Livingston Township Council on Nov. 6.

Burack, a four-year resident of Livingston and a mother of three, is a stay-at-home mom and the “CEO of her Household.” She is married to Michael Burack and has three children: David, 17, Rachael, 16, and Noah, 10, who attend Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy and Rae Kushner ...

Meet Pamela Chirls: Livingston Board of Education Candidate

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Meet Pamela Lisa Chirls, one of two current Livingston Board of Education members running for re-election on Nov. 6.

Chirls is a Livingston High School graduate who returned to Livingston 22 years ago, and her husband, Stuart, grew up in neighboring South Orange. After attending nursery schools in Livingston, her children were also educated at Livingston Public ...

Meet Rudy Fernandez: Livingston Township Council Candidate

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Meet Rudy Fernandez, one of three current Livingston Township Council members running for re-election on Nov. 6.

Fernandez is a 25-year resident and a former mayor of Livingston. His wife, Pat, grew up in Livingston, and his two children, Rudy and Samantha, attended Harrison Elementary School, Mt. Pleasant Middle School, Heritage Middle School and Livingston High ...

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