Thursday, January 3, 2013
Susan Cohen was sworn in as Mayor and Jordan Maskowitz was sworn in as Deputy Mayor.
Susan Cohen was named the Mayor of Manalapan Township for the second year in a row at the Township Committee Reorganization meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 2. Township Committeeman Ryan Green, who was sworn in to the municipal government last night for another 3-year term by District 12 Assemblyman Rob Clifton, nominated Cohen. “As we all know, 2012 was an eventful year for our state as we faced the extraordinary challenges brought on by Hurricane Sandy,” Green said. “Susan Cohen stepped up to those challenges in an extraordinary way as mayor which is why the Township Committee has decided she should have another go at it.” The Township Committee unanimously approved the motion to appoint Cohen as mayor of Manalapan for 2013. Cohen was sworn …
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Republicans celebrated their victory last night at the Yorktowne Club
The Republicans of Manalapan gathered at the Yorktowne Club Tuesday night to await the election results for Manalapan Township Committee and for the Freehold Regional High School District Board of Education representative. Ryan Green, the Republican incumbent for Township Committee, and Jennifer Sutera, the FRHSD Board incumbent, and also a Republican, anxiously awaited the district numbers as they were calculated throughout the evening. George Hartigan of Hartigan’s Grille catered the event with food and refreshments from his Englishtown restaurant. Those in attendance included Planning Board Chairman John McNaboe, Planning Board members Glen Mendez and Kathryn Kwaak, Deputy Mayor Don Holland and his wife Wanda, Committeeman Jordan …
Thursday, October 25, 2012
Tommy G broadcasts an internet radio show from his Manalapan home.
Internet radio talk show host Tommy G, who broadcasts his show out of his Manalapan home, invited Republican Township Committeeman Ryan Green and his Democratic challenger Seth Ptasiewicz to engage in a friendly debate last week. Unfortunately, Ptasiewicz was not able to make the show due to a client emergency. “As much as I would have liked to be on the Tommy G show last Thursday, my ethical and legal obligation is to first service my client, much the same as it would be my obligation to serve the township if elected to the position of Township Committee member,” Ptasiewicz told Patch in an e-mail. Ptasiewicz said he reached out to Tommy G and Green to apologize for the inconvenience and offered to appear on the show at later date in …
Thursday, September 13, 2012
Green is an incumbent to the Township Committee and served as Deputy Mayor in 2011.
Thursday, September 13, 2012
Name : Mr. Ryan D. Green Place of residence : Manalapan, NJ Attended college : Yes College : The College of New Jersey Degree : Bachelor's Degree - Communication Studies University : Columbia University Degree : Master's Degree - Social Work Job titles held : School Social Worker Employers : Franklin Township School District Party affiliation : Republican Running for a: Local office Running for position: Manalapan Township Committee Chamber/district: Incumbent: Yes First elected: 03 November 2009 Previous elective offices : Manalapan-Englishtown Board of Education Unsuccessful bids for elective offices: NA Address Name : Title : Website : www.RyanDGreen.com I have been a resident of Manalapan Township for 24 years.
Monday, April 16, 2012
Tired of placing your autumn leaves into biodegradable bags? Committeeman Ryan Green proposes a curbside leaf pick-up option.
While raking leaves may not be on many Manalapan residents’ minds this spring, it is certainly on Township Committeeman Ryan Green’s. At last weeks public meeting, Green proposed a curbside leaf collection program for the township that does not require leaves to be placed in biodegradable compost bags. Green’s proposal asks that any resident interested in curbside leaf pick-up apply for a permit through the township for a nominal fee; the permit would be able to be purchased through the township Web site. Then, a vacuum truck would come to all Manalapan residences where a permit was purchased and dispose of the leaves along the curb. The revenue from the permit fees would allow the township to contract a landscaping company to pick up the …
Friday, April 6, 2012
Committeeman Ryan Green is running uncontested as the Republican; Democrat Seth Ptasiewicz is running uncontested as the Democrat.
Manalapan Committeeman Ryan Green’s term is expiring December 2012 and he has officially filed to run for re-election. The race won’t be uncontested, however, as Manalapan Township Clerk Regina Preteroti said that Democrat Seth Ptasiewicz has also submitted a petition for the single available seat on the Township Committee in the 2012 Election. Currently the Manalapan Township Committee is wholly Republican and Ptasiewicz is running on a Democratic ticket. In the 2011 election, Ptasiewicz shared the Democratic ticket with Michelle Roth, the previous Democratic incumbent. Both Roth and Ptasiewicz lost to current Manalapan Mayor Susan Cohen and current Deputy Mayor Don Holland. Green has sat on the Township Committee for three years and was …
Friday, January 13, 2012
Township Committeeman Ryan Green is a candidate for the vacant Freeholder seat and Holmdel Deputy Mary Serena DiMaso is also running.
Friday, January 13, 2012
Manalapan Township Committeeman and candidate for the open seat on the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders Ryan Green issued a press release stating his surprise that the Holmdel Township Committee has introduced an ordinance this January which would allow land owned by Holmdel to be sold in order to diminish the projected $2 million budget deficit for this year. Specifically, Green is concerned that the ordinance includes the sale of land paid for with Green Acres funds. Holmdel Township Committeeman Larry Fink voted "no" to the ordinance, which was introduced to the committee on Jan. 3, and four committeemembers voted "yes". "To learn that the Holmdel Township Committee would consider selling one of our most valued resources in …
Thursday, January 5, 2012
Green says the county needs to do learn to do more with less money and not compromise essential services.
Manalapan Township Committeeman, and former Deputy Mayor, Ryan Green is running for the open Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders seat in a special election on Jan. 14. Green is going up against three other candidates who are vying for the open seat. The Freeholder vacancy emerged due to the imminent departure of county Freeholder Director Robert D. Clifton. With one year left in his term as Freeholder, Clifton has been elected to the state Assembly. Green will be running against Holmdel Deputy Mayor Serena DiMaso, Howell Mayor Robert Walsh, and Atlantic Highlands Councilman Peter T. Doyle in the special election on Jan. 14 - Republican representatives of Monmouth County's voting districts will cast their vote at Colts Neck High …