By Muriel J. Smith and Art Gallagher
Atlantic Highlands Councilman Jack Archibald has withdrawn his candidacy for reelection.
Archibald submitted a letter to the County Committee which was read at a meeting of the borough’s Republican county committee on Monday. In his letter, the councilman stressed he is completing his term which runs out Jan. 1, 2018, and will continue serving the borough. However, citing personal reasons and commitments, he said he will not seek another term.
The councilman has been on the governing body for the past 25 years, serving on every committee at some time during his tenure. He has received commendations for work he has done and projects he has instituted or pursued while serving on Harbor, Police, Finance, Public Works , Recreation and Water and Sewer.Art Gallagher | Filed under: 2017 Elections, Atlantic Highlands, Monmouth County News | Tags: 2017 elections, Atlantic Highlands, Jack Archibald, Jane Frotton, Jon Crowley, Monmouth County News, Muriel J. Smith, Peter Doyle, Sue Tidswell, Thomas F. Hayden III | Comments Off on Atlantic Highlands Councilman Jack Archibald Will Not Seek Reelection