NEWS

The Bernards Township Republican Municipal Committee (BTRMC) held its screening at the Liberty Corner Firehouse on Monday, March 18, 2019, and endorsed Republican Janice Fields to run on the GOP line for a 3-year term in the upcoming November election.

“We congratulate Janice for earning our endorsement,” said Richard Bianchi, Chairman of the BTRMC. “Bernards is rich in talent and full of residents who love living here. We take seriously our role to select qualified Republican candidates to run for office who intend to keep Bernards a great place to live, work, and raise a family. I also want to extend appreciation to Al LiCata for seeking our endorsement. Both candidates expressed a deep admiration for our community and an eagerness to serve,” Bianchi added.

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BERNARDS TWP., NJ _ Bernards Township Mayor Carol Bianchi, a member of the Bernards Township Committee since August 2013, announced this week she will not seek election to a third term in this year's campaign.

"I am very grateful for the opportunity to serve the residents for 6-plus years, especially as [township] mayor in 2016 and this year [2019]," Bianchi said in a statement issued on Friday.

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The Bernards RMC is lucky to have Kathleen Piedici, a five year RMC member as their Co-Chair. She is a faithful public servant lending her talents as a Trustee of the Bernards Township Library, Second Vice-President of the New Jersey Library Trustee Association, and as a member of the Board of Directors of the New Jersey Planning Officials. She was most recently re-elected to lead the Bernards Township Planning board. Thank you and congratulations Kippy!

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BERNARDS TOWNSHIP,  NJ -- More residents moved out of New Jersey than any other state in 2018, with 66.8 percent of New Jersey moves being outbound, according to United Van Lines’ 42nd annual National Movers Study, which tracks customers’ state-to-state migration patterns over the past year.

“Many of us love New Jersey too much to leave," Bernards Township Mayor Carol Bianchi told TAPinto Basking Ridge, "but it is getting harder to tolerate the inaction on important issues, among them rational affordable housing legislation."

The full story can be read at Tapinto

Thank you to all who took the initiative to volunteer your time and talent to support Bernards Township, and thank you to Mayor Carol Bianchi for her belief in transparent leadership and for valuing her community’s input.

Read this great Editorial from the Bernardsville News about Mayor Bianchi's initiatives.

Bernards Township Committee

Reorganization Meeting

Happy New Year Bernards Township! Congratulations to Bernards Mayor Carol Bianchi, Deputy Mayor Jim Baldassarre, and newly elected Township Committeeman Joseph Esposito who took his first Oath of Office. The Mayors’ reception followed the swearing in ceremony where supporters came out to celebrate. Thank you to the residents of Bernards for allowing us the privilege to serve you.

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Reorganization Ceremony.

Paid for by the Bernards Township Republican Municipal Committee, 5 Lyons Mall, Suite # 146, Basking Ridge, NJ 07920

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