Government

Rebholz Takes Oath of Office

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MADISON, NJ - Ed Rebholz took his oath of office at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday to assume a spot on the Borough Council for the rest of 2013. The oath was administered by Clerk Liz Osborne and witnessed by Councilman Robert Landrigan.

Rebholz was appointed Monday night by a 4-0 vote. Councilman Robert Catalanello abstained.  Rebholz will complete Republican Councilwoman Jeannie Tsukamoto’s term through Dec. 31. Tsukamoto resigned effective Aug. 31, opting not to seek re-election. 


 

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