Corrado Belgiovine has been part of the Woodcliff Lake community for eight years, where he and his wife, Joy are raising their three daughters, Julia, Sof ia and Isabella, ages 12, 11 and 6, respectively. Corrado sought to take a more active role in the borough by running for elected office because he hoped to create positive changes for the residents of Woodcliff Lake by offering a fresh perspective and applying his knowledge and experience. Corrado was born in Hoboken and grew up in Palisades Park, where he attended St. Michael's Elementary School. He graduated from Paramus Catholic High School and attended Rutgers University in Newark. Corrado has worked in the real estate and property management industry for over 20 years and is the owner and broker of record of the Alexander Group, based in Jersey City. He is also a member of the Liberty Board of Realtors, Real Source Board of Realtors and Eastern Bergen County Board of Realtors and holds a seat as a director for the Hudson County Multiple Listing System.
Corrado has been a member of the town council since 2013 and has been serving as the Council President for the last year. During the last three years, Corrado has acted as the liaison on the Administration and Finance Committee, Department of Public Works, Buildings and Grounds, Building Department, Public Information and Education (Elementary). Corrado also took the lead on a number of technology initiatives such as enabling all council meetings to be televised live and recorded, updating the borough website, installation of new records management system for the police department, and continues to look at ways of improving efficiencies and transparencies. Other notable accomplishments during Corrado's tenure on the Council include:
For 14 years, Angela Hayes and her husband, Corey, have been proud to call Woodcliff Lake home. It's where they chose to raise their children, Nina, 12, and Ryan, 9, and where the family has built a solid foundation and lasting friendships. Angela's decision to run for Council was motivated by the simple desire to give back to the community that has given her so much.
Angela graduated from Pascack Valley High School in Hillsdale and Rutgers University with two Bachelor of Science degrees. She attained a degree in civil engineering from the College of Engineering and another in bioenvironmental engineering from Cook College.
Angela worked in environmental consulting for several years before transitioning to industry and working for a large Fortune 500 pharmaceutical company. During her 10-year tenure, Angela completed her Masters of Business Administration in management, with a certification in supply chain management from Lehigh University. Angela launched a structural steel contracting business with her husband in 2008.
Angela has been actively involved in Dorchester School for several years, acting as class mom and frequently volunteering for school activities.
Since the start of the New Year, Angela has been serving as a member of the council and focusing on a number of community improvement projects including the restoration of the Lydecker House and the rejuvenation of the Learning Lane fields. She has been actively working to kick off the Access for All Committee, providing local support and input on accessibility challenges facing the borough. Along with other members of the Shade Tree Committee, Angela helped pass a new ordinance to better protect the town.
Angela remains committed to continuing to improve our neighborhood and is very active in pursuing initiatives like the Reservoir Walkway project. As a member of the Finance Committee, Angela has been thoroughly involved in budget recommendations. Angela stands firmly on the importance of due diligence to make sound decisions.
Angela's experience as a current councilwoman along with her engineering and business operations skills will continue to serve as a major asset to Woodcliff Lake. She is committed to maintaining Woodcliff Lake's reputation as a strong school district and sought after community