Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Candidates and election-watchers pack the municipal building to find out the results of Tuesday's vote.
In a Haddonfield tradition, candidates, their families and community members gathered at Borough Hall to await election results. More than 200 people packed the room, anxiously watching as all 10 districts in Haddonfield reported their returns. When it was over, Jeff Kasko, Neal Rochford and John Moscatelli were the victors. Read more about the election results and see the transcript of Patch's live chat of election night. If you were at the results event, add your photos to our gallery: click on "upload photos and videos," above.
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Moscatelli explains why he is running for the Haddonfield Board of Commissioners.
Moscatelli, 45, an engineer and stay-at-home father of two, explained why he is running for the Haddonfield Board of Commissioners during a candidate's forum last month. The election on May 14 features six candidates, including Moscatelli, running for three, four-year terms as commissioner. The three-member Board of Commissioners are the highest elected officials in the borough. Moscatelli is running against incumbents Ed Borden and Jeff Kasko, and challengers Lee Anne Albright, Ken Kouba, and Neal Rochford.
Rochford explained why he is running for the Haddonfield Board of Commissioners.
Neal Rochford, a 53-year-old former borough commissioner and a former owner of a printing company, explained why he is running for the Haddonfield Board of Commissioners during a candidate's forum last month. The election on May 14 features six candidates, including Rochford, running for three, four-year terms as commissioner. The three-member Board of Commissioners are the highest elected officials in the borough. Rochford is running against incumbents Ed Borden and Jeff Kasko, and challengers Lee Anne Albright, Ken Kouba, and John Moscatelli.
Sunday, May 5, 2013
Kasko explains why he is running for reelection to the Haddonfield Board of Commissioners.
Commissioner Jeff Kasko, 48, a state department of health official and father of five boys, is a one-term incumbent. The election on May 14 features six candidates, including Kasko, running for three, four-year terms as commissioner. The three-member Board of Commissioners are the highest, elected officials in the borough. Kasko and Ed Borden the two incumbents, will be featured on Monday. The four other candidates, Lee Anne Albright, Ken Kouba, John Moscatelli and Neal Rochford will also briefly explain their candidacies in Patch video clips this week. Albright and Kouba will be featured on Tuesday; Moscatelli and Rochford will be posted on Wednesday.
Thursday, April 25, 2013
We've got the answer for you.
Colorful ribbons are popping up all over Haddonfield as the May 14 election for the three seats on the borough Board of Commissioners heads into the home stretch. This video shows what color each of the six candidates is sporting to get your attention and votes.
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Six candidates for three seats on the Haddonfield Board of Commissioners debated on Wednesday.
A wide-ranging debate among six candidates for three seats on the Haddonfield Board of Commissioners Wednesday drew few sharp distinctions but still helped some in the audience of more than 100 narrow their choices. "I really liked Neal Rochford," said Heather Vaughn, 45, a homemaker and former teacher with children at Tatem Elementary School. "He had very candid answers. He's not afraid to speak what he really feels. I liked his sense of humor and his honesty." Rochford resonated with a sampling of audience members as they filed out of the Haddonfield Memorial High School auditorium after the two-hour debate. The 53-year-old former borough commissioner, a former owner of a printing company, was defeated in 2008 after one term and is now …
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
An agreement with the Haddonfield school board to install artificial-turf fields was unanimously approved Tuesday by borough commissioners.
Another milestone in the saga of artificial turf fields in Haddonfield was marked Tuesday night. The borough Board of Commissioners unanimously passed a shared services agreement with the local Board of Education for the installation and maintenance of two fields, one of which is on municipal property. The agreement clears the way for the installation of turf on the high school football stadium field and an adjacent practice field, which is owned by the borough. Commissioner Ed Borden hailed the project as a “cause for great celebration.” A cadre of residents, who sat through nearly two hours of other agenda items, including the passage of the 2013 municipal budget, didn’t see it that way. “When the school board and borough approved this …
Monday, April 22, 2013
A chance to listen and learn positions from six candidates for three seats.
Monday, April 8, 2013
Haddonfield officials deny a plan to merger the borough police with a countywide force, but a document exploring a different merger with local towns has emerged.
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
The Haddonfield Board of Commissioners race gets tight.
Two more candidates threw their hats into the ring Monday for the borough Board of Commissioners race. They were John Moscatelli and Ken Kouba. Click on the links below to get caught up on who's in the race. Incumbents: Challengers: The six candidates are running for three open seats. The three borough commissioners are the highest elected, local officials. Don't miss any Haddonfield or Haddon Township news. Sign up for Patch's free daily newsletter, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.