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Dotty Porcaro Named President of Manalapan-Englishtown BOE

Newly reelected Brian Graime was named Vice President.

Manalapan-Englishtown Regional School District Board of Education member Dotty Porcaro was appointed President of the Board for 2014 at Tuesday’s reorganization meeting. 

Porcaro was nominated for the position by Joanne Schecter and she was unanimously approved, according to Business Administrator and Board Secretary Veronica Wolf. 

Porcaro was elected to the Board of Education in 2011, but has previously served on the board for five years before this current term. She has lived in Manalapan for 20 years and has two children who graduated from the Manalapan-Englishtown Regional School District. 

Additionally, Briane Graime was appointed Vice President for the year. Graime was nominated by Ralph Cafaro and he, too, was unanimously voted in, Wolf said.

Graime was elected to the board in 2010 and reelected to his position in November 2013. He currently has two children in the district and has been a resident of Manalapan for 11 years. 

Along with Graime being sworn into office, newly elected Gerald Bruno and Christine Parisi took their oaths and joined the Board to begin their three year terms. 

Jim Orourke January 12, 2014 at 05:58 PM
hello dotty want congrulations on your new position , and no you have great suppourt system bye the township and your friends from the township we all work hard to keep taxes down in this great communitty and for volunteers in this township are very important to have on board , this is great communitty that we live in, we all should be grateful for what we have, does for our jobs yes i take pride helping out when can for the township and important that reach out to our local police department and chief chris marsala if somone has any questions or reach out to them , my famous words we have work with less and contiue to work harder do this econmy , maybe one day will get award for my services as volunteer at mayors ball jim orourke

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