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In the township, Inganamort is trying for his first run at elected office while Moore has been a longtime school board member.
While he may be new to local politics, Inganamort has an interesting resume of involvement on the national level. He worked for a few years in the office of former Rep. Scott Garrett and helped with President George W. Bush’s re-election campaign in 2004. Inganamort also has financial skills that he applies as the managing principal at a Morristown-based firm that develops policy solutions for New Jersey foundations. Locally, Inganamort wants to boost shared services and improve the athletic fields next to the Black River Middle School, both worthy goals.
As an indication of the support he has on the council, Moore was picked to fill the balance of the term created after Matt Cass resigned in the spring. Moore has lived in town since 1980 and has broad experience as chairman of the Planning Board. He also serves on the Board of Adjustment and is a past president of the Chester Board of Education. Owner of a small business, Moore has the experience and savvy to keep costs down.
Inganamort and Moore will be strong additions to the council. We endorse them for election to the Chester Township Council.