After being sworn in for an further a few-yr term with his working mate Ray Gormley, very long-time Republican Committeeman John Kehm was preferred by his peers to guide Small Egg Harbor Township as mayor. Also at the Jan. 1 reorganization meeting, held on-line, Blaise Scibetta was chosen as deputy mayor.
The next positions have been introduced: Kehm will carry on as liaison to the Citizens on Patrol and Qualified Unexpected emergency Reaction Group the fireplace districts will have Gormley as liaison to the Parkertown Volunteer Fireplace Co., Scibetta as liaison to the West Tuckerton Volunteer Fireplace Co., and Committeewoman Lisa Stevens as liaison to the Mystic Island Volunteer Fireplace Co. Committeewoman Barbara Jo Crea continues as trustee of Wonderful Bay Regional Volunteer Unexpected emergency Health care Products and services Inc.
Township Administrator Matthew Spadaccini serves as the appropriate authority for the law enforcement division. The arranging board will welcome Kehm as a class I member, Mark Ellis as a class II member, Scibetta as a course III member, Edward Andrew as a course IV member and Joseph Castaldo as alternate member #1 of the setting up board.
Greg Leszega was appointed to the zoning board of adjustment. Kehm, Scibetta, Spadaccini, Anita Grayson, Michael Mangum, George Garbaravage and Jeanne Connelly are associates of the Pure Lands Have faith in Advisory Committee. Ken Miller and Diane Coyle were appointed to the Senior Citizens Advisory Board.
Joseph Koptic was appointed a member and Peter Cicco as alternate to the Municipal Utility Authorities Board. The Environmentally friendly Staff Advisory Committee is built up of Scibetta, Superintendent of Public Works Brad Griffen, Township Engineer Jason Worth, Spadaccini and resident Dave Neuman.
Users of the Industrial Revitalization Advisory Board contain the mayor, Zoning Board Chairman Edward Andrew, Gormley, Michael Broderson, George Lange, Daniel Maxwell, John Molinaro, Charles Newmeyer, Paul DeBaylo, Fred Schaffer and Linda Geniton.
The Very little Egg Harbor Security Committee consists of Spadaccini, Griffen, Main of Law enforcement Richard Buzby, users of the law enforcement office, the zoning officer, design formal, and Robin Schilling serving as secretary.
Mayor Kehm and Deputy Mayor Scibetta will provide as representatives to the Local community Growth Block Grant Committee. Township Clerk Diana McCracken and Tax Collector Dayna Wilson continue as municipal lookup officers, and Carol Evans continues her job as certified recycling coordinator.
The Us residents With Disabilities Act Advisory Committee consists of Kehm, a still-to-be-named committee member, Spadaccini, the zoning officer and Well worth.
The conference went on to solidify the industry experts who will continue organization with the township, starting with appointing the law agency Rothstein, Mandell, Strohm, Halm and Cipriani as township lawyer Rumpf Law P.C. as conflict attorney Bonnie R. Peterson, Esq., as hearing officer for personnel disciplinary matters Gluck Walrath LLP as municipal bond counsel Kevin Frenia, CPA, RMA, PSA, CFE, of Holman Frenia Allison P.C. as township auditor Henry J. Mancini and Associates Inc. for real estate appraisal expert services and Phoenix Advisors LLC as economical consultant for financial debt services matters.
Jason Really worth, P.E., P.P., C.M.E., of T&M Associates was retained as township engineer, and other providers have been retained as unique assignments engineers: Suburban Consulting Engineers Inc., Morgan Engineering and Surveying, Remington and Vernick Engineers, CME Associates and Maser Consulting.
T&M Associates and BRS Inc. will keep on as grant writers, with Remington and Vernick Engineers to provide as township planner.
Steven A. Zabarsky, Esq., of Citta, Holzapfel and Zabarsky is main municipal prosecutor, with Brian K. Wilkie, Esq., Barry A. Stieber, Esq., Ronald DeLigny, Esq., and Paul Granick, Esq., of Citta, Holzapfel and Zabarsky and Bonnie R. Peterson, Esq., as alternate prosecutors.
Rumpf Law, P.C. carries on as main municipal community defender, with Timothy J. Wintrode, Esq., of the agency Pepe and Wintrode LLC attached as conflict general public defender.
The company of Bellia Tech LLC will serve the township’s need for data technological know-how consulting and administration products and services.
Animal Seize and Control Services carries on as animal command officer, Tozour Strength Units for HVAC devices maintenance expert services, Mathis Construction Co. Inc. for snow removing providers and AtlantiCare Medical professional Group PA as municipal medical professionals.
— Pat Johnson