A Government That Serves You.

Our Platform Reflects the values of our residents. The First question we always ask ourselves is 'How does this benefit you?'

Transparent

Transparency isn’t just about keeping residents informed. Transparency ensures that major decisions are properly planned and executed so to avoid surprises, unanticipated expenses, and obstacles along the way.

Business Friendly

Deciding to open a business is one of the most difficult risks a resident or family can take. Politicians aren’t elected to run your business. They’re not elected to tell you how to change it. We’re here to get out of the way and to reduce frictions that make business success more difficult.

Resident Focused

Our approach to representation is premised upon our ability to listen to your concerns, needs, and desires. Above all else, lending our ear to your voice is what influences every decision we make.

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Meet our Committee

Our organization is comprised of hardworking and dedicated members of the community that share a common set of principles. The team consists of residents from each district of South River and are actively involved in a wide variety of local organizations, businesses, and charities.
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Our Elected Officials

Currently, three of the six council members are democrats

Jack Alai

Councilman
Lifelong resident, father of two, football coach, business owner, and long-time volunteer on a variety of town commissions, including the Economic Development Commission, where he was instrumental in the development of the annual Restaurant Week. He chairs the South River Public Safety Committee.

Julie Meira

Councilwoman
Lifelong resident, cheerleading coach, and mother of two, Julie has long been involved in volunteer activities in the borough. She currently acts as a council representative to the Zoning Board, sits on the Finance Committee, the Green Team, and the Communications Committee.

Sandra Adelino

Councilwoman
Sandra Adelino is a Research Analyst for the Laborers’ Eastern Region Organizing Fund. She is a lifelong Borough resident and is a member of the South River Portuguese Club, attends Corpus Christi Church in South River, volunteers for various local organizations, and has a son who graduated from South River High School.