Pat Lepore

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Pat Lepore is an American Democratic Party politician, who has served on the Passaic County Board of Chosen Freeholders since 2004. Lepore has served as the Mayor of Woodland Park (formerly West Paterson) since 2003, and also served as Mayor from 1997 to 1999. As of January 2, 2007, Lepore was unanimously elected to serve as Deputy Director of the Freeholder Board.[1] Lepore is paid a salary of $29,500 for his position as Freeholder Director.[1]

Lepore will act on the Board of Chosen Freeholders as the Chairman of the Human Services Committee in 2006 and a member of the Human Services and Administration & Finance Committees. He served as the Chairman of the Health, Education and Community Affairs Committee in 2005. He also serves on the Freeholder Board on the Camp Hope Commission, the Passaic County Board of Social Services and the Senior Citizen Advisory Council.

Lepore has served Woodland Park as a member of their Planning Board, Municipal Alliance, the Alfred H. Baumann Library Board, the Office of Emergency Management, and the Board of Education Bond Referendum Committee. He has also served as Chairman of the Passaic County Utilities Authority.

Lepore was raised in Paterson and graduated from St. Joseph High School. Lepore lives with his wife in the Borough of Woodland Park.

With the election of Lepore and Terry Duffy to the Freeholder Board, all seven of Passaic County's Freeholder seats belonged to one party, something that had not happened since 1996 (when seven Republicans were seated on the board).

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  1. ^ a b Evans has top job, again, Herald News, January 2, 2007

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