Area April 15, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES III • Page 7 On April 21, registered voters will select their representatives to the local boards of education. Summaries of the choices follow. Allendale Two seats are available on the Allendale K-8 Board of Education. Incumbent Ellen Hillman and newcomers Lynn Barsamian and Mark McAuliffe have filed. Hillman has been active in a number of youth-oriented projects before and during her service on the board. This year, Districts 2 and 4 will vote at Guardian Angel Church. Ho-Ho-Kus There is no contest in Ho-Ho-Kus, where incumbents Robert J. Inglima Jr. and Michaela Donelan Donadio have filed for the two available seats. Donadio is seeking her fourth three-year term on the board. She received a degree in economics/accounting from the College of the Holy Cross, and worked in financial services prior to staying home to raise her four children. She currently works part time for a telephone services company in Pompton Plains. She and her husband Matt have been Ho-Ho-Kus residents for 21 years. She has been active in various borough organizations, including the Contemporary Club, the Parent Teacher Organization, the HHK/ SR Soccer organization, and as registrar and vice president of the HHK/SR Football and Cheerleading Association. Donadio has served as chair of the Community Relations Committee and a member Voters to select school board representatives of the Negotiations Committee. She currently chairs the Finance Committee. Inglima has been a Ho-Ho-Kus resident since 1968 and member of the board of education since 2003. He and his wife Megan have lived at 1 Deerhill Drive for more than 18 years. The two have six children. A graduate of the Ho-Ho-Kus Public School and Ridgewood High School, Inglima attended Fordham University College of Business Administration, where he graduated with a B.S. in finance. He received a Juris Doctor degree from Fordham Law School in 1985, and is presently admitted to the Bars of the State of New Jersey and the District of Columbia. For nearly 25 years, he has practiced law in Bergen County. He maintains his office in Ho-Ho-Kus. Over the past 12 years, Inglima has been active in support of various community and school organizations. He served on the advisory Future Growth Committee (2002) and Architect Selection Subcommittee of the Referendum Committee (2003) to the Ho-Ho-Kus Board of Education. During his first two terms on the board, he served as chairman of the Renovations and Expansion and Building and Grounds committees. He currently serves as board liaison to the Ho-Ho-Kus Recreation Commission. Northern Highlands The Northern Highlands Board of Education election features a contest for the available Allendale seat, and no contest for the one available Upper Saddle River seat. James Mulanaphy and Gail Trumbetti will seek to retain their Allendale seats. They will be challenged by newcomer Lisa Tannenbaum. Lori Loughnane of Upper Saddle River has filed for reelection and will run uncontested. Saddle River Rosemarie Arnold and Nicholas Barker, both incumbent trustees, have filed for reelection to the Saddle River Board of Education. Upper Saddle River Three seats are available on the Upper Saddle River Board of Education. Celia Galimi and Robert Wei have filed for reelection to their seats, and Catherine Smiechowski, who was named to fill an unexpired term in January, will run for a full three-year term. Waldwick Patricia Levine and Joseph Orlak will run unopposed for the two available threeyear terms on the Waldwick Board of Education. Levine just completed her sixth year on the board. She has served on the Policy, Buildings and Grounds, Curriculum, Technology, Negotiations, and Special Education committees. Levine has served as the board’s vice president for two years and has been president for two years. The candidate has lived in Waldwick since 1989. She is currently employed as labor coordinator for Calico Corners in Ramsey. She has been involved in Girl Scouts, PSO, and Boosters. Orlak, a 32-year borough resident, is a graduate of Waldwick High School and the College of New Jersey, where he received a B.A. in history and secondary education. He received an M.A. in educational leadership from William Paterson University, and attended Fairleigh Dickinson University’s post-graduate program in history. He is district supervisor for social studies, business and health/physical education for the Pascack Valley Regional High School District, where he is also a member of the PVRHSD Curriculum and Technology committees. 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