Chabad Activist Seeks to Be Next Mayor of Tenafly

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Barry Honig, Republican candidate for mayor, is no stranger to local politics.

A resident for sixteen years, Honig has been a member and past president of the Jewish National Fund of Northeast Bergen County, has run the Tenafly Chabad Free Loan Association, and has been an appointee of Governor Christie to the New Jersey State Israel Commission.

“Tenafly is a town that I love and intend on living in for a long time,” said Honig. “We have a lot of roots here and I believe that we’ve been able to already make great strides in terms of work we’ve done on the council. I believe as mayor, I can help to significantly lower property taxes and to improve the overall quality of life.”


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