Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Glen Rock Republican pair easily dispatch Democrat challenger Howard Fox.
Incumbent Borough Council members Joan Orseck and Carmine Nogara cruised to a convincing victory over Democrat Howard Fox Tuesday night. According to unofficial election results, Orseck and Nogara, the current council president, received 3,145 votes and 2,946 votes, respectively. Fox, who also unsuccessfully ran for council in 2011, lagged behind with a tally of 2,110 votes. "I am happy to be given the opportunity to serve the Borough for another three years," Nogara told Patch following the election night victory. "It was a pleasure running with Joan Orseck, who is a dedicated public servant and has worked hard for the Borough over the last six years. I look forward to tackling tough issues and trying to keep the tax burden at a minimum…
Glen Rock reminds residents that two of six voting locations have changed, provides miscellaneous information on power restoration, council meeting postponements, and fire prevention tips, among others.
The Borough of Glen Rock provided updates to its residents on the continuing rebuilding process of Hurricane Sandy Monday. A few streets have been brought back to life by PSE&G but most remain without electricity. Glen Rock also updated its residents on polling stations for the election, a lack of curbside pickup on Wednesday. Make sure to take a look.
Monday, October 8, 2012
Candidate's Night forum for Glen Rock council hopefuls has been cancelled, though the forum for school board candidates will still be held Tuesday night at Borough Hall.
There will be no debate between three citizens opting for two seats on the Glen Rock Borough Council Tuesday night, the League of Women Voters and candidates confirmed Monday morning. Howard Fox, a Democrat, will not be participating in the League of Women Voters Candidate's Night on Tuesday due to what he called "a conflict." Because Fox is the only Democratic challenger against incumbents Carmine Nogara and Joan Orseck, that section of the public forum has been cancelled, Sonya Loren of the League of Women Voters said Monday morning. "In a contested election, three candidates vying for two seats for Borough Council in this election, candidates from both the Democratic and Republican parties must participate," Loren said in an e-mail to …