619 Salem-Ft. Elfsborg Road
Emergency Management Building, Salem, NJ 08079
MAYOR John J. Elk
Jeff Stepler William McGowan
CLERK Betty Jean C. Eby /4031
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER John Willadsen
COLLECTOR Joanne Marone
DEPUTY COLLECTOR Ida Forrest
ASSESSOR Randy Shidner
SOLICITOR John G. Hoffman
AUDITOR Ray Colavita
JUDGE David Krell
COURT CLERK Ruth Ballenger
ENGINEER Albert A. Fralinger, Jr.
BUILDING INSPECTOR/ZONING OFFICER
Robert DeAngelo /423-6563
FIRE CHIEF Steve Hannah
BOARD OF HEALTH SECRETARY Betty Jean C. Eby
REGISTRAR OF VITAL STATISTICS
Betty Jean C. Eby /4031
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COORDINATOR
TOWNSHIP HISTORIAN Frank Powell
Township Committee meets 1st Monday each month 7:00 pm
in the Emergency Management Building
PLANNING BOARD:Lee Bacon, Chairman
Steve Cornman, Secretary
|Interesting Elsinboro Facts
Elsinboro Township was originally named Elsinborough
Congressman Frank LoBiondo takes part in Elsinboro 2001 Memorial Dedication Service with Mayor Jack Elk. The Memorial reads: "Dedicated to all Elsinboro Township Veterans who have served their country with honor and distinction.
Congressman LoBiondo presents Elsinboro resident Marine Corps Veteran David Cawman with a 2001 Congressional citation for his service in World War II.
Resident Lee Ware (right) was inducted into the 2001 Salem County Sports Hall of Fame. Freeholder resolution presented by Deputy Director Jack Kugler.
Root beer pioneer Charles E. Hires may have been born in Elsinboro on 8/19/1851. (source The Press of Atlantic City; Cumberland County 250th Anniversary Special - 6/28/98)
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