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Gottheimer Swears In Officials in Vernon, Ringwood, and Wyckoff
On Monday, Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) joined Reorganizations in Vernon Township and the Borough of Ringwood as well as a ceremonial swearing-in in Wyckoff Township, where he administered the oath of office to mayors, council members, committee members and Fire Department Chiefs.
In Vernon, Gottheimer administered the oath of office to Jean Murphy, John Auberger, and Mark Van Tassel. Gottheimer also administered the oath of office to Fire Department Chiefs Ron Krystofik and Jason Alba from Vernon, Ken Clark and Dan Gros from McAfee, and Chris Herring and Tom Ferry from Highland Lakes. Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) said, "Fighting for the Fifth in Congress, I realize what makes communities really work is making sure that streets are paved, first responders are taken care of, and clean water is running. The Vernon Council has the honor of doing all of those things and more to make sure that Vernon continues to be a great town to live and raise families in. They get to build on the success of a town that has already been named the number one destination for New Jersey nature lovers and to which many New Jerseyans flock to ski."
In Ringwood, Gottheimer administered the oath of office to Rob Ferretti, Ryan Bolton, and Kathleen O'Keefe. Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) said, "Rob, Ryan, and Kathleen each have a distinct honor in representing Ringwood and making sure that Ringwood's roads are maintained, first responders are taken care of, and Ringwood’s taxpayers are getting a robust return for their investment. I am looking forward to working with them as well as with Mayor Speer to support Ringwood's excellent law enforcement and fire departments, stand by their veterans, and continue to create progress and prosperity for Ringwood families."
In Wyckoff, Gottheimer administered the oath of office to Committeewoman Melissa Rubenstein and Mayor Brian Scanlon. Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) said, "Mayor Scanlon and Committeewoman Melissa Rubenstein are committed to putting aside partisanship and getting things for Wyckoff families. I'm proud to call Wyckoff home, where the Committee takes care of our veterans, first responders, streets and sewers."
Linked: Congressman Josh Gottheimer administers the oath of office to Councilwoman Jean Murphy. Murphy's husband Dan Murphy holds the Bible.
Linked: Congressman Josh Gottheimer with Councilman John Auberger in Vernon.
Linked (right to left): Congressman Josh Gottheimer, Councilman Mark Van Tassel, Carly Van Tassel, and their daughters in Vernon.
Linked: Congressman Josh Gottheimer swears in chiefs from the Vernon, McAfee, and Highland Lakes Fire Departments.
Linked: Congressman Josh Gottheimer swears in Rob Ferretti, alongside his family in Ringwood.
Linked: Congressman Josh Gottheimer with Councilman Ryan Bolton and his husband Joseph and son Dillan in Ringwood.
Linked: Congressman Josh Gottheimer with Kathleen O'Keefe and her family in Ringwood.
Linked: Congressman Josh Gottheimer administers the oath of office to Melissa Rubenstein during a ceremonial swearing-in in Wyckoff. Her daughter Jillian holds the Bible.