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Councilman

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Chris was elected to the Hasbrouck Heights Council in 2017. He is the Commissioner of Transportation which oversees the Senior Transportation Bus & Deputy Commissioner for Social Services. He is also the Access for All liaison. 

Professionally, Chris is the Director of Legislative Affairs at NJ Motor Vehicles Commission. Prior to that, he worked for for HPAE, NJ's largest healthcare union, and previously spent 11 years working for District 38 Legislators Connie Wagner & Tim Eustace. 

Chris and his husband Patrick were married in 2016 at The Ivy Inn. 

You can follow Chris on FacebookTwitter or Instagram or email him: CouncilmanHillmann@Hasbrouck-HeightsNJ.org

Councilman

Steven Reyngoudt

Steven was elected to the Hasbrouck Heights Council in 2018 and serves as Commissioner of Social Services, Deputy Commissioner of Transportation and Council liaison to Library Board of Trustees. He also serves on the committee overseeing Woodland Park. 

A lifelong resident of Hasbrouck Heights, Steven graduated from Hasbrouck Heights High School in 1993. He and his wife Dana have three daughters. Steven is a graduate of Rowan University and works as a fine wine consultant with Gallo Wine Sales of NJ as well as a shop steward with UFCW Local 2D. Steven is a past president of the Hasbrouck Heights Soccer Association and board member from 2011-2018.

You can follow Steven on Facebook or email him: CouncilmanReyngoudt@Hasbrouck-HeightsNJ.org.

Democratic Municipal Chair 

Lenny Introna

Lenny is a former Councilman, elected in 2004. Lenny works in the Union City School System and is a shop steward at MetLife Stadium.

 

Lenny ran for Council in 2007 & 2008.

Democratic Municipal Co-Chair

Mary K Blaunusa

Mary was raised in Hasbrouck Heights and returned here in 2007 to raise her family. Her two sons attend HH public schools and she is a past president of the Hasbrouck Heights Junior Woman's Club. She has served on Democratic County Committee since 2009. Mary's first exposure to local politics came at age 8 when she campaigned for her father, Robert Call, in his first run for Hasbrouck Heights Council. She ran for Council in 2011.

 

Mary is a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer, having served as a teacher in Hungary. Her career has been focused on education policy, advocacy, and strategic communications, working with local, state and national education leaders in the US and overseas. She currently works at America Achieves as Senior Director of Strategy.

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