Voters here ousted three of the four current appointed members members in the race for the four seats on the Berkeley Township Board of Education.board.
John MacMoyle, David M. Ytreboe and Gerard C. Reuter - all appointed to seats earlier this year - lost bids for their first terms.
Louis J. Tuminaro was the top vote-getter, with 6,485 votes, or 22.34 percent, according to figures provided by the Ocean County Clerk's Office last night. Tuminaro was the only member of his slate to win a seat on the board.
Newcomers Patrick Mooney and Keith Fisher won their first full terms on the board. Mooney received 6,314 votes, or 21.75 percent; Fisher received 5,517 votes, or 19.01 percent.
Lauren Ciccone-Zawada ousted Gerard C. Reuter in the race for the one-year unexpired term. Ciccone-Zawada received 4,927 votes, or 56.39 percent, compared to 3,798 votes, or 43.47 percent for Reuter.
George A. Kaminski Jr. and Donnie Clyburn received 2,582 votes and 1,591 votes, respectively.