Berger and O’Donnell take Oath of Office in Howell

Mayor Theresa Berger and Councilwoman Evelyn Malsbury O’Donnell were sworn into their second terms in office in Howell Township on Tuesday night in a virtual reorganization meeting.

Mayor Berger, a Democrat, was sworn in at Town Hall by Assemblyman Eric Houghtailing.

Republican Councilwoman O’Donnell was sworn in by Jack Ciattarelli, the frontrunner for the Republican nomination for NJ Governor.

Republican Tommy Russo was elected by his colleagues to serve as Deputy Mayor in a bi-partisan 5-0 vote. Monmouth County Sheriff Shaun Golden issued the Oath of Office to Russo.

Republican Councilwoman Pam Richmond offered goals for the council to accomplish in 2021 including a Parks Improvement Plan, a Road Enhancement Plan, a Fix a Pothole Plan, Land Preservation Plan and Shared Services Plan.

Honored to be sworn in as Deputy Mayor at this evenings council meeting by Sheriff Shaun Golden. Thank you to my…

Posted by Deputy Mayor Thomas Russo on Tuesday, January 5, 2021
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