BOONTON — The Town of Boonton Republican Committee has selected Natalie Pisarcik to serve as its nominee in the November 5, 2019 Special Election for Ward 2 Alderman. Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:16-5(b), a vacancy occurred when incumbent Alderman Bobby Tullock resigned due to relocation out of Ward 2.
Pisarcik, 42, is a lifelong resident of the Town of Boonton and a Boonton High School Alum. She works as an Industrial Pretreatment Coordinator for the Rockaway Valley Sewerage Authority. Pisarcik has volunteered in Town for years, including serving seventeen years with the Parks and Recreation Committee and twelve years with the Boonton Fire Department. Pisarcik currently serves as President of the Maxfield Hose & Engine Co. #1 and is a Lifetime Member of the New Jersey State Firemen’s Relief Association.
Boonton Republican Chairman and Ward 3 Alderman Candidate Joe Bock stated, “I am thrilled that Natalie Pisarcik has accepted our party nomination to run for Second Ward Alderman. For decades, Natalie has been a dedicated volunteer in Town. Additionally, Natalie’s professional background in environmental science and consulting will make her a tremendous asset to the Board of Aldermen and help us solve the Town’s most challenging issues regarding environmental regulations and development.”
Sheriff James Gannon stated, “Throughout her entire adult life, Natalie has been a tireless volunteer in Town, providing her leadership skills and dedication to many of our most important organizations, including the Boonton Fire Department and the Boonton Parks and Recreation Committee. Natalie’s personal relationships and her knowledge of Boonton will make her a tremendous Alderman.”
The Special Election for Ward 2 Alderman will occur on the General Election Day, Tuesday November 5, 2019.