Sunday, November 11, 2012
Democratic incumbents win after voters pack the polls.
The Results are in! East Brunswick voters elected Democratic Mayor David Stahl to serve as mayor and his incumbent running mates, Denise Contrino and Nancy Pinkin, to serve on the Township Council. Voters also picked Vicki Becker, Kevin McEvoy and Meredith Shaw to serve on the school board. They day saw heavy turn out, with poll workers saying there was a steady stream of voters all day, with lines forming a certain times. When asked by Patch today, Facebook readers said a variety of factors went into their decision this year, not the least of which was Hurricane Sandy. "Locally, my vote has been influenced enormously by the lack of leadership shown by our town officials in holding the utility companies responsible for their poor …
Friday, October 12, 2012
Tell us how you think this year's candidates for mayor did on Wednesday's live debate.
Mayor David Stahl and Republican Challenger Eugene DeMarzo faced off Wednesday during a live debate on EBTV. Moderated by Dawn Clarke, vice president of Voter Service of the League of Women Voters, East Brunswick Patch Editor John Saccenti and Sentinel reporter James McEvoy took turns asking the candidates where they stood on Route 18 development, taxes, traffic and pedestrian safety, the Golden Triangle and More. If you missed it, catch it again right here and tell us what you think. Do you have a favorite candidate? Who do you think won the night? Also that night, incumbents Denise Contrino and Nancy Pinkin faced off against Republican Challengers Anthony Riccobono and Hermit "Skip" Wade. This video comes courtesy of EBTV. The debate …
Saturday, July 28, 2012
DeMarzo is challenging Mayor David Stahl for mayor this November.
Saturday, July 28, 2012
Name : Dr. Eugene Demarzo Date of birth : 28 November 1955 Place of residence : East Brunswick Attended college : Yes College : Fordham University Degree : BS Biology/Philosophy Year of graduation : 1977 University : New York College of Podiatric Medicine Area of research : Doctor of Podiatric Medicine Year of graduation : 1986 Job titles held : NA Employers : Self Employed Private Practice Party affiliation : Republican Running for a: Local office Running for position: Mayor Chamber/district: Incumbent: No Previous elective offices : NA Unsuccessful bids for elective offices: NA Address Name : Title :
Monday, January 4, 2010
Township Council members say they will have to rethink they way do things this year.
The new year has arrived, and with it come hopes of a better 2011. Resolutions are being made, extra holiday pounds are being threatened into extinction, and many people are hoping that promises of small change can pay big dividends. For Township Council members, however, there is only one thing on their mind—the budget. "It's another year of really just watching every dime, every nickel and every penny," said Mayor David Stahl. Council members say the 2011 budget will be their biggest challenge in the upcoming year. With shrinking revenue, payments into the state pension plan and an already bare bones budget, council members and the mayor will have to think outside the box in order to provide a spending plan that maintains services and …