Marty Flemming

A lifelong resident of Jackson, Marty Flemming took over his family’s small business – started by his grandfather in 1964 – just two years out of high school when his father passed away in 1978.  Since then, County Line Hardware has become a fixture in town for generations.  The store now has two related locations spread across Central Jersey.

Marty is a graduate of Jackson Memorial High School and is married to Sheila for 40 years with five grown children, all of whom work in the family business, too.

More than just a businessman, Marty has been giving back to the Jackson community for decades.  He joined Jackson Township Volunteer Fire Company #1 in high school, serving three years as Treasurer and one year as President, rising to rank of Captain. 

Presently, he is a member of the Whitesville Volunteer Fire Company and has been elected to the Board of Fire Commissioners for more than 20 years.  Marty also served as a member of Jackson First Aid and on the Executive Board of Jackson Little League while his children were growing up.

Marty was also a member of the Environmental Commission, currently serves on the Planning Board, and was appointed to the Township Council to fill a vacancy earlier this year.  An inductee into the Jackson Alumni Hall of Fame, Marty was also named Jackson Township’s “Man of the Year” by the Jackson Chamber of Commerce for his contributions to the town.

Stephen M Chisholm, Jr.

Steve Chisholm Jr. is a nationally recognized arborist and NJ Licensed Tree Expert who helps to run his family’s nearly 45-year old business, Aspen Tree Expert Co., Inc., located right here in Jackson Township.

Before stepping into a leadership role at the business, Steve came up through the ranks and learned the ropes like everyone else, from the ground up.  Since then, he’s gone on to be a training instructor, teaching courses at Rutgers University’s Cook College campus and has been an in-house trainer for Department of Public Works crews and a consultant for Community Forestry Management Plans all over New Jersey.

Steve is the Past President of the New Jersey Chapter of the International Society of Arboriculture and is currently an Executive Board Member of the NJ Shade Tree Federation.

Locally, Steve is the current President of the Jackson Township Chamber of Commerce and a longtime member of the Chamber’s Executive Committee.  He is also an Elder at Jackson Baptist Church and served five years as Chair of the Church’s Board of Trustees.  Steve is also a member of the Jackson Regular Republican Club Executive Committee.

Steve is a graduate of Jackson Memorial High School and Ocean County College and has earned a multitude of certifications in his field of expertise.

Steve and his wife Connie will be married 30 years this year and have resided back in Jackson since 1996 where the raised their 2 daughters.

Nino Anthony Borrelli

Born in Point Pleasant and raised in Brick, Nino and his wife Deborah moved to Four Seasons at Metedeconk Lakes in Jackson for its rural and suburban character and to be closer to their grandkids who attend Elms Elementary School.  Also, Jackson has special personal meaning to Nino.  Before getting married, his late dad Tony Borrelli lived on his Aunt’s farm in Jackson after moving to the United States from Salerno, Italy.

Nino is prepared to bring a breadth of public and private sector experience to the Jackson Township Council.  He currently works for the New Jersey Department of Human Services in the Human Services office including serving as the American Disabilities Act (ADA) Lead Coordinator. Prior to that, he worked in Recruitment at the New Jersey Department of Children and Families.

Before his time in state government, Nino worked in the financial sector and the supermarket industry, as well as spending several years as a substitute teacher in the Ocean County public school system.

Throughout his life Nino has an extensive record of civic involvement and volunteerism which he’s continued in Jackson as a new member of the Zoning Board of Adjustment, putting him at the forefront of the fight to stop overdevelopment and balance smart residential and commercial growth, with critical open space preservation.

Nino is also a member of the Jackson Township Republican County Committee, serving as his neighbors’ liaison to the town’s elected officials on the local, county, state and federal level.

A graduate of Brick Township High School and Monmouth University, Nino also completed the New Jersey Civil Service Commission HR Horizons Program and the New Jersey Department of Human Services Leadership Academy.