Five candidates are running for three seats on the Moorestown Board of Education. Incumbent Kathy Ann Goldenberg and Matthew Simeone are seeking reelection while incumbents Kimberly Kersey, Joseph Ruccolo and Albert Panzarella are looking to add a fresh face on the board.
The unofficial primary election results for Voorhees Township have been counted in all 19 districts. Republican incumbent Michael Friedman and Democratic newcomer Kurtis Stroemel are on the ballot for the November election.
Newly elected Haddonfield Commissioners Mayor Jeff Kasko, Deputy Mayor John Moscatelli and Neal Rochford were sworn in at the commissioners’ meeting on May 28.
Primary elections will be held until 8 p.m. Voorhees Township has one open seat on the committee. Committeeman Michael Friedman is seeking reelection on the Republican ballot, while Kurt Stroemel is on the Democratic ballot.
The petition deadline for candidates for independent general election candidates and school election candidates is tomorrow by 4 p.m. For more information visit the state’s website.
Teachers rallied against outsourcing William Allen Middle School night custodians, boiling down to issues with the impasse contract negotiations.
Moorestown Council is holding its meeting at 6 p.m. in Moorestown High School’s IT Room.
Although the results are unofficial, the voters have spoken electing Jeff Kasko, John Moscatelli and Neal Rochford as Haddonfield commissioners.
Although the results are unofficial, the voters have spoken. Jeff Kasko (2,066 votes), John Moscatelli (1,999 votes) and Neal Rochford (1,851) will serve as Haddonfield Commissioners.
The committee approved four-year contracts with the Voorhees Township Police Officers Associations, Senior Officers Association and the township’s Sergeant Association.