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Pascack Valley Daily Voice serves Emerson, Hillsdale, Montvale, Park Ridge, River Vale, Washington Township, Westwood & Woodcliff Lake

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    serves Harrington Park, Haworth, Northvale, Norwood, Old Tappan & Rockleigh
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    serves Oradell, Paramus & River Edge

Holly Schepisi

Community Advisor

Holly Schepisi was first elected to the New Jersey General Assembly in November 2011 representing the 39th Legislative District. Currently, she serves on the Assembly Judiciary Committee and the Assembly Homeland Security and State Preparedness Committee. She was also named to the New Jersey Select Committee on Investigation. She received the 2009 Women of Achievement Award from the Girl Scouts of Northern NJ, was Chair and is currently a board member of The Women’s Institute at Bergen Community College, and is a board member of the College’s Foundation. She also serves as a member of the board for the Foundation for Free Enterprise. She is a trustee for the North Jersey Chapter of Fordham University School of Law’s Alumni Association, a member of Women United in Philanthropy, and was a former advisory board member of Interchange Bank and BridgeView Bank.The Assemblywoman is the founder of her own law firm, Schepisi & Associates, where she practices governmental law, corporate law, land use, employment matters, criminal defense, and structured finance. She is Managing Director of Clear Spring Capital Group, encouraging private investing for job creation. She has also served as the public defender for the Borough of Oakland, the alternate prosecutor for Westwood and Old Tappan and was the township attorney for the Township of River Vale.The Assemblywoman currently lives in the Township of River Vale, New Jersey with her husband, Paul, and their two children, Kayla and Easton.

Holly Schepisi's Contributions

  1. Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi Speaks To New Milford Girl Scouts

    Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi Speaks To New Milford Girl Scouts

    NEW MILFORD, N.J. -- Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi was the keynote speaker at the New Milford Girl Scouts Award Ceremony, on Tuesday, May 17. In all, 28 scouts received awards -- including three Gold Awards, the highest award in Girl Scouting.Schepisi represents District 39, which includes Bergen and Passaic counties. You can visit her website here.

  2. Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi Organizes 'Spring Fling'

    Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi Organizes 'Spring Fling'

    HACKENSACK, N.J. -- Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi will be hosting her annual "Spring Fling," a campaign fundraiser, on Wednesday, March 23.The cost is $300 per person, or $1,000 to be an event sponsor.The event will run from 6-8 p.m., at the Stony Hill Inn, at 231 Polifly Rd., in Hackensack. To RSVP or for more information, contact Amberle Gilroy at 908-698-9857 or ...

  3. Woodcliff Lake Swears In First Latino Mayor, Carlos Rendo

    Woodcliff Lake Swears In First Latino Mayor, Carlos Rendo

    WOODCLIFF LAKE, N.J. -- Woodcliff Lake’s first Latino mayor was sworn in Monday night, along with two GOP councilwomen. Carlos Rendo, a Cuban immigrant, was sworn in by Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi of Rivervale. Rendo was narrowly elected by less than 20 votes when he defeated former Councilman Jeff Bader in November.Kristy Herrington and Angela Hayes were the Republican councilwomen ...

  4. Elmwood Park Looks Forward And Back At Reorganization

    Elmwood Park Looks Forward And Back At Reorganization

    ELMWOOD PARK, N.J. — A reorganization meeting for the Elmwood Park Council marked new beginnings and a look at the past on Friday.Elmwood Park Mayor Edward Mola was sworn back into office New Year's Day along with new council members Anthony L. Chirdo and Magdalena Giandomenico. New Year's Day also officially started the 100th year of Elmwood Park's history. The borough, formerly known ...

  5. Saddle River Swears In Mayor Albert Kurpis

    Saddle River Swears In Mayor Albert Kurpis

    SADDLE RIVER, N.J. — Dr. Albert Kurpis moved from council president to Saddle River mayor during Sunday's swearing-in ceremony.Kurpis, a member of the council for three years, takes his first turn as mayor following the results of the 2015 election."I think it's going to be good," Kurpis told Daily Voice. "I think we have a great council, very smart people and I think ...

  6. Mayor Michael Ghassali Makes History In Montvale

    Mayor Michael Ghassali Makes History In Montvale

    MONTVALE, N.J. — Michael Ghassali made history on Sunday as the first Christian-born Syrian to become a mayor in the Eastern United States at Montvale's reorganization meeting.Ghassali's election, in light of negative rhetoric directed at Syrians on a national level, is a reflection of the strong character of the people of Montvale."For the people of Montvale to vote in someone ...

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