Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Ponisi and Critelli win big in the traditionally Republican town.
At a loud, festive gathering at Piazza Italia Tuesday night, Republicans celebrated their big win in Holmdel Township. Tom Critelli won a full 3-year term on the board, and Joe Ponisi won a one-year term, which means that together with Mayor Patrick Impreveduto, Deputy Mayor Eric Hinds and Committeemen Greg Buontempo, the Republicans now have full control over the governing body. Critelli, a real estate developer new to politics, will replace the retiring Larry Fink on the dais. Fink, a longtime Democrat Party Committeeman who works for the state Dept. of Environmental Protection, chose not to run again. He had 4,509 votes. Democratic Party challenger Lawrence Luttrell, an attorney, had 2,845. "I look forward to helping the town move …
Wednesday, August 1, 2012
Luttrell is an attorney.
Wednesday, August 1, 2012
Name : Lawrence William Luttrell Esq. Also known as : Larry Date of birth : 11 November 1971 Place of residence : Holmdel, New Jersey Attended college : Yes College : University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL Degree : Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and History Year of graduation : May-95 University : St. Thomas University School of Law, Miami, FL Area of research : Law Year of graduation : May-98 Job titles held : Municipal Prosecutor, Law Clerk Employers : Law Office of Lawrence W. Luttrell, PC, Hightower and Rudd, Uni-Tel Technologies, Inc. Party affiliation : Democrat Running for a: Local office Running for position: Township Committee Chamber/district: District 6 Incumbent: No Previous elective offices : NA Unsuccessful bids for …
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
The race is on. Two seats on the Republican-dominated Township Committee are up for election in November.
With two Holmdel Township Committee seats up for grabs on Nov. 6 and four candidates throwing their hats in the ring, Democrats and Republicans are preparing for a contest. Township Committeeman Larry Fink, a 12-year veteran of the governing body, former mayor, and the sole Democrat on the 5-member governing body, is not seeking re-election. "I want to spend more time with my other passions: my job -- which is land preservation -- scouting, my family. I've decided its time to let other people carry the ball forward," he said Tuesday. His three year term, and the unexpired one-year term left vacant by Republican Freeholder Serena DiMaso are now in play in a year marked by contentious debate over how to grapple with a $2 million budget gap, …