Impreveduto will not seek reelection

Patrick Impreveduto

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.

Posted: December 19th, 2019 | Author: | Filed under: Monmouth County, Monmouth County News, New Jersey | Tags: , , | 14 Comments »

14 Comments on “Impreveduto will not seek reelection”

  1. Too bad. said at 11:14 am on December 19th, 2019:

    We will need our good incumbents with name i d and good track records, in next year’s likely insane presidential year- when many wacko only- every- four- years voters will surface, to vote yes on weed, and for whichever scary Dem we get..careful, GOP…

  2. @ Too bad said at 9:54 pm on December 19th, 2019:

    I bet most Republicans on the NJ ballot secretly wish there was someone on top of the ticket besides Trump who will once again be likely to lose to the D candidate by 13 or 14 percent and put those down ballot in a deep hole

  3. Christopher Siciliano said at 10:35 am on December 20th, 2019:

    One of the good guys! Enjoy your civilian life Pat, you are a great representative of the county and I’m sure of Holmdel as well.

  4. Rich Long said at 7:55 am on December 21st, 2019:

    It is a loss for the County and the Republican party as you leave the Freeholder Board. I will always remember how you helped my family and me. God bless you, Pat.

  5. Rich Long said at 8:21 am on December 21st, 2019:

    Monmouth County in general and the Republican party in particular lose a great public servant. I will never forget how you helped my family and me. God bless you, Pat.

  6. a. mazza said at 7:42 am on December 22nd, 2019:

    Only 1-term? That’s too bad. Any word on likely successors? What about Liliane; is she running again?

  7. @@ too bad, said at 11:30 am on December 23rd, 2019:

    hey, lib Blue Jersey is lib Blue Jersey: with all the Dems from the north moving down, it has only gotten worse over the years for the GOP, whomever is at the top: the NJ Dems whacked us again,by abdicating the legislature’s responsibly to record their votes , and putting pot legalization on the ballot in Presidential year: just more libs and Dems to pour out and vote for that, again, no matter who the Pres.is..more reason to be careful who runs in our towns and county, to try and stop the bleeding.

  8. Let's get said at 10:45 pm on December 23rd, 2019:

    Barbara McMorrow back on the Monmouth County Freeholder Board

  9. a. mazza said at 12:13 pm on December 25th, 2019:

    Shaun Golden should leave being Sheriff and run for Freeholder. More people will get to see him and know him and it will round out his portfolio. Groom someone else to take his current role which builds the bench. He is a proven winner and could take over the Freeholder board as Director when Tom Arnone beats Vin for the Senate seat.

  10. Shaun said at 9:41 pm on December 25th, 2019:

    Is running for Governor

  11. Barbara just said at 11:11 pm on December 25th, 2019:

    retired from Freehold Twp: many have asked her to return, but so far, no luck. Time for some local bench-building, and more unifying get- togethers. Going to be a rough year.

  12. Gov is said at 10:30 am on December 26th, 2019:

    in 2021: we have to win a lot in 2020, while Shaun is still chair,( county and locals, plus Smith in Congress,) so he doesn’t get branded a losing chair, if he wants to personally move up, the next cycle. He knows this, and we need/ hope to see a lot of local and county activity, in 2020. You have Hanlon up as Clerk, who will win, but you need two strong freeholders with good records, plus winners in the towns, if Shaun can prove a good home- county base. Plus, I’d be spending time in Ocean County, to broaden my name i.d., soon, if I wanted to give Gov a shot, in this ridiculous blue state!

  13. They said at 2:09 pm on December 26th, 2019:

    certainly know who he is in Ocean County lol. If anything he needs to make sure North Jersey knows about him, which they probably already do too, as he is constantly on News 12 not to mention NBC at various times. This County is all Red, nothing to worry about here. Expect the formal announcement early next year.

  14. Hey, @ they: said at 10:56 am on December 28th, 2019:

    am talking about getting more well- known in Ocean, the biggest percentage- wise GOP county, to add TO a local Monmouth base. (they haven’t been able to actually vote for Shaun, yet!: remember, Cittarelli’s been working this whole state, for over three years.) Appreciate your positivity, but this county is actually LESS red, every year- look at the number of registered D’s to R’s, and recent local losses, as more lovely NY and North Jersey Dems have moved here. We don’t need any cracks at the county level : must keep all 5 freeholders, and all 3 county Constitutional seats, if Shaun has hopes of moving up. Ask formerly “ all – red” Somerset county: they are slowly being picked off, at county level, the past three years: unheard of!.. a big job again for us, awaits!