- Verona Police Blotter: April 16–22, 2017Posted 5 days ago
- Veronans March For SciencePosted 5 days ago
- Verona Police Blotter: April 9-15, 2017Posted 2 weeks ago
- Verona Police Blotter: April 2-8, 2017Posted 3 weeks ago
- Verona Police Crack Down On Distracted DrivingPosted 3 weeks ago
- Verona Police Blotter: March 26–April 1, 2017Posted 4 weeks ago
- Rochelle Park Police Nab Alleged Verona Bank SkimmersPosted 1 month ago
- Verona Police Blotter Report March 19-25, 2017Posted 1 month ago
- Bloomfield Avenue Crash Sends 3 To HospitalPosted 1 month ago
- Verona Police Blotter: March 12-18, 2017Posted 1 month ago
2017 Town Council Election
Six candidates are running for three seats in the May 9 Town Council election. To help voters meet the candidates and learn about their views, MyVeronaNJ.com will be holding a candidates forum on Wednesday, April 26, and asking every candidate to respond to a weekly question about the issues facing Verona. If you are not yet registered to vote from Verona, you have until April 18 to do so for this election (get the forms here). Our story also has information on getting a mail-in ballot: Anyone can now vote by mail for any reason.
Mayor Kevin Ryan is the lone member of the current council running for re-election. The other candidates are Donna Cannizzaro, Carrie Ford, Edward “Ted” Giblin, Jack McEvoy and Christopher Piccuirro. Clicking on each name will take you to a page where we have gathered their responses to each question and links to their campaign websites and social media, if they have them.
MyVeronaNJ.com’s Town Council election forum will be held on Wednesday, April 26, at Congregation Beth Ahm (56 Grove Avenue), from 7:30 to 9 p.m. The event will be moderated by students from the Verona High School AP Government class and videotaped by students from the Broadcast Journalism class.
MyVeronaNJ.com Weekly Candidate Questions
Question 1: What do you consider to be the major issue facing Verona and what would you do about it if elected?
Question 2: Name one Verona ordinance or regulation that should be eliminated and why.
Question 3: What has been your most rewarding volunteer service experience, in or out of Verona, and why?
Question 4: What question do you find yourself being asked most frequently by prospective voters and how do you handle it?
Question 5: Speeding is a quality of life problem on many Verona streets. How would you appeal to your fellow Verona residents to get them to slow down?
MyVeronaNJ Candidates Forum
On Wednesday, April 26, MyVeronaNJ hosted a forum attended by all six candidates. The event was moderated by students from the Verona High School AP Government class and filmed by a student from the Broadcast Journalism class. These are the videos from that event.
Copyright 2017 MyVeronaNJ