LETTER: Newly elected Bayonne BOE Trustee Munoz thanks city for support


In a letter to the editor, Christopher Munoz, one of five newly elected Bayonne Board of Education trustees, is expressing his thanks to the city for voting him into office. 

Chris Munoz

To the Editor,

I am writing to express my gratitude to the City of Bayonne for electing me to serve as a Bayonne Board of Education Trustee. As I transition to my new role, which I will assume January 7th, please know that I am grateful for your support, and I am honored to serve this wonderful community.

I would like to commend my fellow candidates for running formidable and positive campaigns. I look forward to working with all of you to make the Bayonne Public Schools, which are already great; even better.

I would like to thank my campaign staff, supporters, and all those who believed in me and voted for me. For all those who did not vote for me; I will work tirelessly to earn your confidence.

As we approach the start of the New Year, I want to focus on building: building bridges, building our community and, yes, fixing the issues. I am eager to get to work representing the people of Bayonne.

Thanks to your support, I will be able to serve in an inclusive way, making sure that everyone has a seat at the table and that everyone who has something to say is heard. I am committed to representing you and continuing and building upon the progress begun by the previous board members.

Finally, please know that my door is always open. I am proud of my reputation as a person who listens and responds and works hard for people.

As a concerned Bayonne citizen, I will work diligently and in an a inclusive fashion to serve the community I represent. As Bayonne Board of Education Trustee, I will serve the community responsively with energy and enthusiasm.


Christopher Munoz
Bayonne Board of Education Trustee-Elect

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