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Lyndhurst needs Elaine “the pain”

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I’ve been involved in Lyndhurst government on and off for years, and so has Elaine Stella. I don’t agree with Elaine Stella often. And this year, yet again, Elaine Stella has decided to run for the Lyndhurst Board of Education. I know from firsthand experience... More »

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Dell ‘Aquila files legal objection to BOE petition

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Last week the Bergen County Clerk’s Elections Office told several callers, including this site, that a Vincent Acosta had filed his petition for a 3-year term on the Lyndhurst Board of Education. Today, Anthony Dell ‘Aquila, a candidate for the Lyndhurst BOE’s... More »

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LYNDHURST BOE 2019: Gaccione out…Dell ‘Aquila in

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Popular 2018 Lyndhurst Board of Education candidate Giovanni Gaccione announced this weekend that he is not running for the BOE again this year due to personal obligations. Only hours after Gaccione dropped out, another young newcomer entered the 2019 BOE race... More »

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Here’s how the TUNNERO SEAT will likely be filled…

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Several people have asked about how the seat won by Vincent Tunnero will be filled, now that Tunnero is stepping aside. Here is what I think the process is: The seat will not be vacant until Mr. Tunnero would have begun his term, in January of 2019 (for the re... More »

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To all BOE WINNERS, just a friendly reminder…

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State law requires school board members to undergo criminal background checks within 30 days of election or appointment. Incumbent school board members do not have to undergo criminal background checks. Under the law, board members who do not complete the fing... More »