South Brunswick Fire District elections set for Saturday

2018 Chevrolet Tahoe command vehicle being used by the fire chief of Kingston Volunteer Fire Co. No. 1
SOUTH BRUNSWICK – Voters can vote on the proposed budgets of South Brunswick Fire District 3 and Franklin Fire District 4 during elections on Feb. 19.
In South Brunswick there are two commissioners positions up for election. Stephen Manobianco is running unopposed for a three-year term. Alkesh Amin is running unopposed for a one-year unexpired term.
In Franklin, Clay Anderson is running for one of the two open seats on the board. Both open seats are for a three-year term. There is one seat that is still available by write-in.
All polls will be open from 2-9 p.m.
South Brunswick District 3 registered voters may cast their ballots at the Kingston Firehouse, 8 Heathcote Road, Kingston.
Franklin District 4 registered voters may cast their ballots at the Kingston Community Room at the Ying Hua International School, 25 Laurel Ave., Kingston.
The Board of Fire Commissioners for South Brunswick Township Fire District No. 2 adopted their 2022 budget for the fire district, with voter approval being sought at the fire district election on Feb. 19.
The 2022 budget calls for the same tax rate as realized in 2021, meaning no increase for taxpayers this year, Fire District Coordinator Scott Smith said.
Fire District 2, which is protected by the Monmouth Junction Volunteer Fire Department, covers the Monmouth Junction, Dayton and Deans sections of the township.
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