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    Stacy DeDomenicisCouncilwoman Stacy DeDomenicis, Ward 1
    Term: 3 years, Expires 12/31/2025

    Stacy moved to Linwood from Atlantic City in January 1991 with her husband Greg and their children, Gregory and Gabrielle who graduated Mainland High School in 2001 and 2004.

    She is a graduate of Our Lady of Mercy Academy and South Jersey Business School.

    Stacy is a Licensed Insurance Producer and has the Accredited Associate of Insurance and Certified Professional Insurance Women designations.   She was a member of the National Association of Insurance Women of Atlantic County from 1992 to 2013.  Stacy held many positions including President from 2002-04.  She received the Insurance Professional of the Year Award in 2005.  In 1997, she represented the Region I at the National Association Convention in the Communicate with Confidence Speak Off.

    Stacy’s community involvement began shortly after arriving in Linwood by participating in school activities such as Art goes to School and still reads on Dr. Seuss Day at Seaview School.  She was Past Linwood Little League Concession Board Member, and Past Linwood Panther Cheerleading Coach.

    Blair AlbrightCouncilwoman Blair Albright, Ward 2
    Term: 3 years,Expires 12/31/2024

    Blair grew up in Linwood and is a 1989 graduate of Mainland Regional High School. She attended DePaul University and went on to earn a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of South Carolina.

    Since 1996, Blair has been engaged in the heavy construction industry. She gained her experience working for Arthur R. Henry, Inc. as a laborer, equipment operator, project manager and estimator. She now holds the position of Vice President at Old Cape Recycling and is the owner of the construction company Blair, LLC. The projects she works on include, but are not limited to, underground utility installation, NJDEP Class B Recycling, site work, piling and sheeting, substation work, and road reconstruction.

    Since 2016 Blair has served on the Linwood Zoning and Planning Board. She has also volunteered her time with the Mainland United Soccer Association, as well as the Mainland After Prom Program. Blair is a volunteer member of the Atlantic County Medical Reserve Corps. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Greater Atlantic City Chamber of Commerce. On City Council, Blair serves on the Planning, Engineering and Development Committee, Administration Committee and Shared Services Committee.

    Blair moved back to Linwood in 2009 to raise her family. She and her husband Bill have three children.

    Todd MichaelTodd Michael, Ward 2
    Term: 3 years, Expires 12/31/2025

    Councilman Adam M. Walcoff, Ward 2
    Term: 3 years, Expires 12/31/2026

    Coucilman Eric FordCouncilman Eric Ford, Ward 1
    Term: 3 years, Expires 12/31/2026

    Eric has been a Linwood resident since 2004 and was appointed to Council in June 2016 to an unexpired term. Eric previously served as President of the Linwood Recreation Board and as a member of the Linwood Zoning Board. Eric is a Past President of the Linwood Baseball Association, previously served on the Board of Trustees for the Camden County Chapter of the United Way. Eric is a partner with the Timber Ridge Homes Group which is a private homebuilder based on the Eastern seaboard as well as a full service land development company.  Eric's community involvement have included positions with Mainland United Soccer, Linwood Baseball, Linwood Street Hockey, and Mainland Youth Lacrosse.  He is married to Kelly and they are the parents of three children: Keegan, Devon and Lani. 

    Coucilman Eric FordCouncilman Matthew B. Levinson, At-Large
    Term: Appointed to vacancy, Expires 12/31/2025

    Matthew B. Levinson is corporate director, Construction and Real Estate, AtlantiCare. He directs planning and design, construction, contractor management, project management and real estate development for AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center campuses and offsite locations of the health system.

    Prior to joining AtlantiCare, Levinson was employed by Cirignano Contracting as its chief operating officer. He served as chairman and chief executive officer of the New Jersey Casino Control Commission from 2012 to 2017 and held a seat on the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority Board through the role.

    Earlier in his professional career, Levinson worked as chief financial officer, SOSH Architects, where he was responsible for accounting and finance operations for the firm’s offices in Atlantic City and in New York City. As a casino accounting manager at Resorts International Hotel Casino, he had responsibilities in both the gaming and non-gaming areas of the property. He also worked for international forensic accounting firm Matson, Driscoll & Damico, LLP., where he performed forensic accounting work related to the 2001 attack on the World Trade Center and the 2003 collapse of a parking garage then under construction at a hotel casino in Atlantic City.
    Levinson served on Linwood City Council from January 1, 2010 to July 10, 2012.  He currently serves on the boards of the Atlantic County Partnership for Regional Economic Development and the Alcove Center for Grieving Children and Families, for which he is on the Mary Beth Davis Golf Classic Committee. He is a member of the AtlantiCare Young Professionals Planning Committee and of the City of Linwood’s Blue Ribbon for Excellence Award Committee and the Economic Development Committee. Levinson coaches youth sports for the City of Linwood.

    Levinson attained his Bachelor of Science degree in accountancy at Villanova University, Villanova, Pennsylvania, and his Master of Business Administration degree at Thomas Edison University, Trenton, New Jersey.
    Levinson was born and raised in Atlantic County, where he has lived and worked most of his life. He resides in Linwood with his wife and two children.

    Councilman Kenneth Kelly, Ward 1