From a pool of eight candidates, voters chose two incumbents and two newcomers to join the Teaneck Town Council, NorthJersey.com reported. According to the report, unofficial results from the vote Tuesday saw Jason Castle, Elie Y. Katz, Lizette Parker and Alan Sohn win seats on the council.
Current council members Parker and Katz received the most votes, with 3,953 and 3,386, respectively. Castle and Sohn, who ran together on one ticket, got 3,178 and 3,077 votes.
According to the report, Emil Stern, who had previously served 12 years on the council, lost his seat by 51 votes. Deputy Mayor and Councilman Adam Gussen also lost, garnering 2,695 votes, the report said.
Planning Board member Eric Brauer and resident Alexander Rashin received 2,047 and 847 votes, respectively, the report said.
The new council members will be sworn in on July 1.