Patrick Impreveduto, the Deputy Director of the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders, will not seek reelection in 2020. He told MMM that he intends to cap his twenty year career in public service when his term expires at the end of next year.
Impreveduto, 66, said he intends to spend more time with his family.
The deputy director serves as the liaison to the the Office of Emergency Management, the Fire Marshall and Fire Academy, the Superintendent of Schools, Workforce Development, the Construction Board of Appeals and the Belford Ferry.
He is also a member of the Board of Estimate for both Brookdale Community College and the Monmouth County Vocational Schools, Monmouth County’s voting member on the New Jersey Association of Counties and is a freeholder representative to the Monmouth County Planning Board.
“It’s time to slow down and smell the roses,” Impreveduto said. “I am very grateful to all the people who have voted for me over the years, in Holmdel and throughout the County. I thank the Republican Party, the leadership and rank and file alike, who have been supportive and given me the opportunity to serve. Public service is a privilege and it is demanding. It’s time for me to make room for the next generation of leaders.”
A long term educator, Impreveduto worked in the Secaucus school system from 1975 through 2010, serving as and English teacher and a principal. From 2011 through June of this year, he was the Associate Director of the Middle States Association of Colleges Schools Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Schools (MSA-CESS) where he was responsible for the accreditation of approximately 500 public, private, charter and parochial schools.
Impreveduto’s career in public service started in Holmdel where he served on the Board of Education from 2001 through 2007. He was a member of the Township Committee from 2008-2018 where he served as mayor from 2011 through 2015. He was elected a freeholder in 2017.