The team of Forstenhausler, Potter, Nisivoccia and Elbaum submitted their petition to the Randolph Township Clerk to run for the four available Randolph Township Council seats. The four members of the team are long-time Randolph residents, having lived in the township for a combined 146 years. “I have served the people of Randolph since 2014, two of those years as Mayor, and I would like to continue our good stewardship of the public’s hard earned tax dollars” said Randolph Council Member Mark Forstenhausler. The four have served on many of the township boards, and volunteered in diverse areas of service for the benefit of Randolph. “Together we have a wealth of diverse expertise in many areas within the Township” said Randolph Mayor Marie Potter. “This council remains committed to improving the quality of life for all residents.” added Deputy Mayor Lou Nisivoccia. “Working with existing businesses and attracting new businesses to Randolph is a high priority for our team,” stated Helene Elbaum, Planning Board Commissioner and Vice Chair of the Economic Development Committee.
Jim Loveys will not seek re-election and offers support to Forstenhausler, Potter, Nisivoccia, and Elbaum
After much consideration and with this being my 12th year of service, I have decided not to seek re-election to the Randolph Township Council due to a desire to devote more time to my growing family and other personal priorities. I have thoroughly enjoyed serving our community, the relationships formed working with all of my council colleagues and those at town hall, and am grateful for the opportunity. Marie, Mark, Lou, and Helene make a great team and have my full support and respect.