Ramaglia honored by Highland Conservatives


Make text smaller Make text larger



Photos



  • Mike Ramaglia of West Milford, left, received the Leadership Award from the Conservatives for the Highlands recently from Assemblyman Bob Auth.




— West Milford's Mike Ramaglia received the Conservatives of the Highlands (C4H) Leadership Award for 2014.

A former West Milford councilman and current vice chairman of the township's Republican party, Ramaglia received the award on May 1 at The Brownstone in Paterson from John Traier, chairman of the Passaic County Republican Organization.

In recognition of his political leadership, Ramaglia was presented with the award recognizing him as an outstanding leader for his political courage in promoting conservative principles and ideals throughout the Highlands and Passaic County, according to Michael Siesta, chairman of the Conservatives for the Highlands.

The night also included Ramaglia receiving a proclamation from Assemblyman Bob Auth on behalf of himself and New Jersey State Senator Gerry Cardinale.

Distinguished guests in attendance included various N.J. State Senators, members of the N.J. State Assembly, County Freeholders, several Mayors, various Town Council officials, a host of local municipal leaders and candidates running for office during the upcoming election cycle.

“We are so pleased that this year's recipient of our Conservative Leadership Award is Mike Ramaglia,” said Siesta. “He exhibits every aspect of a true leader of character and conviction for the Highlands, Passaic County and the State of New Jersey.”

“It is quite an honor to be the recipient of the C4H Conservative Leadership Award,” said Ramaglia.

Ramaglia was integral in bringing local Republicans together, has gained a solid reputation for rising above the gridlock and focusing on getting the job done, Siesta noted.

Conservatives for the Highlands (“C4H”) is a political action committee dedicated to supporting and promoting American conservative principles and ideals within and from the Highlands of New Jersey. For more information, visit them on Facebook.




Make text smaller Make text larger

Comments

Pool Rules



MUST READ NEWS

Pet of the Week: ‘Skeeter’ is ready to find a home
Some people say "Skeeter" to refer to a mosquito, but those insects are annoying, blood-sucking flies that will ruin your evening.
The shelter’s...

Read more »
Image

Woman charged with puppy drowning going to grand jury
Jefferson’s Tonya Fea, 47, charged with drowning a 10-week-old Golden Retriever puppy in a township lake, waived her public appearance in Passaic County Superior Court on...
Read more »
Image

Woman’s Club seeking new members
The Woman’s Club of West Milford announced the initiation of two new members at its May 13 meeting.
The club welcomed new members Rosemary Rado and Irene Rado during...

Read more »
Image

Boys lacrosse season ends
The Highlanders boys lacrosse team finished its season with an 18-2 loss to West Morris Central in the first round of the NJSIAA North, Group 2 State Tournament last May...
Read more »

VIDEOS



Subscribe to our mailing list

* indicates required
Community Newspapers



MOST READ

Local News
Passaic County seeking CASA volunteers
  • May 21, 2019
Sports
Boys lacrosse season ends
  • May 22, 2019
Local News
Holiday cleanup
  • May 21, 2019

MOST COMMENTED



West Milford, NJ