The Manchester Township Council met this morning and administered the oaths of office to three Councilmen - Samuel Fusaro, James Vaccaro, Sr. and Charles Frattini, Sr.
Fusaro, Planning Board Chairman Vaccaro and newcomer-to-Manchester-government Frattini edged out William Peck in the November election.
During the council comments portion of the meeting, both Vaccaro and Frattini thanked their families, friends, and the voters of Manchester for their confidence, and said they were eager to get started.
"Anyone that neesd help ... I am going to try to do the best for them that I can," Frattini said.
Vaccaro agreed, adding: "I want to make Manchester the best place to live."
The Council also swore in Council President Craig Wallis and Council Vice President Brendan Weiner.
Wallis will serve as a representative to the township's Emergency Management and School Liasion committees.
Councilmen Vaccaro and Frattini will serve on the township's finance committee.
Township officials also read into the record proclamations from the Senate that honored Frederick Trutkoff and Warren Reiter for their service on the council.
Trutkoff, a member since 2004, and Reiter, a member since 2008, opted not to seek re-election this year, citing a desire to spend more time with their families.