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Posted on: January 4, 2022

Township Committee Selects 2022 Mayor, Deputy Mayor

Hazlet Reorg 2022

Township Committee members Tara Clark and Michael Sachs will serve once again as mayor and deputy mayor in 2022, following a vote by their colleagues on Hazlet's governing body.

The Township Committee held its annual organization meeting on Jan. 4 at Hazlet's Town Hall. Clark and Sachs serve on the governing body with James "Skip" McKay, Michael Glackin and Scott Aagre. All are Republicans. 

In the November 2021 election, Clark and McKay were re-elected to serve three-year terms. Clark served as mayor in 2021 and deputy mayor in 2020. Both were first elected to the governing body in 2019. 

Sachs, who was elected to a 3-year term in 2020, served as deputy mayor last year. His service to Hazlet's governing body goes back two decades and he has served as mayor three previous times.

Monmouth County Commissioner Deputy Director Sue Kiley, a former mayor of Hazlet, administered the oaths of office. Hazlet Police Chaplain Barry Mulligan offered the benediction. 

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