Weinstein, Moramarco Re-elected to Haddonfield BOE Leadership
Weinstein was re-elected president and Moramarco vice president.
Steve Weinstein and Glenn Moramarco were returned to leadership positions on the Haddonfield Board of Education during a reorganization meeting.
Weinstein was re-elected president and Moramarco re-elected vice president. Both were selected unanimously by the nine-member board last week.
Weinstein, 66, an attorney, was hired in December as the general counsel at Rowan University in Glassboro. Moramarco, 53, is an assistant U.S. attorney in Camden, graduated magna cum laude from Harvard, holds master's in philosophy, political science and economy from Oxford University in England and a law degree from Yale University.
Neither are compensated for serving on the Board of Education.
Weinstein has been a major proponent of a proposed public purchase of the 19-acre Bancroft property on Kings Highway East next to the high school. Residents will vote on a $12.5 million bond referendum on Jan. 22 for the purchase. The intent is to acquire the property for current and future school development and to preserve open space.
Weinstein has been president for the past six years and on the board for 11.