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The Borough form of government consists of a Mayor and six council members all of whom are elected at-large. The Mayor is elected to a four-year term and Council members to a three-year term. In the spirit of maintaining the tradition of volunteerism in Florham Park, the governing body serves the residents without pay or compensation and is one of the few Governing Bodies in Morris County that is fully comprised of volunteers.

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    Peter Nicolas

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Biographical Information

What do you consider the most important challenge(s) facing your town and how would plan to address it/them?

What in you personal and/or professional experience prepares you for this office?

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For several years real estate taxes that our residents pay have risen either 2% or more annually. Fresh perspectives are needed on how to manage costs and bring in new revenue. The homeowner of the average assessed home of $648,000 in Florham Park has seen their taxes increased by $800 in a very short time.

Additionally, our schools are asked to do more with less funding. That can negatively impact a generation of children in their formative years and it is both important and urgent that we address this challenge.
I have a BA in Political Science from Montclair State where I also completed a Minor in Government Administration. I hold a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from Fairleigh Dickinson University. I’ve held licenses in Mortgage Banking, P&C Insurance, and more.

Professionally, I have many years of experience in the financial services and professional services industries, currently serving as Director of Learning & Development for a Top 50 Accounting Firm. At PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) I was identified as a “Pro Bono Professional”. Indeed, I led the 65,000-employee firm’s financial literacy initiative in New Jersey. I was responsible for having introduced/taught free financial literacy lessons to 7,000 K-12 NJ students. That included 1,000+ Florham Park's Ridgedale Middle, Brooklake Elementary, and Holy Family Catholic School. Indeed, Financial literacy for all students in Florham Park, K – 8, is one of my three platform messages. I can effect that positive educational change and at no cost to the taxpayer.

As a Leadership Morris Class of 2016 Alum, I worked with a Morris County Division to bring services to the students of Brooklake Elementary School, establishing it as a regular program for 3rd Graders, again, at no additional cost to our taxpayers.

As Sergeant at Arms of Florham Park Rotary, I have teamed with several fellow business and community leaders to benefit Florham Park in many ways. As AARP Membership Chair I work closely with Senior citizens.
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