Haddonfield has its first new mayor in 12 years.
Jeff Kasko, 48, the deputy mayor, who was reelected last week to a second term on the Board of Commissioners, was tapped Monday evening by his fellow commissioners to be mayor, Borough Clerk Deanna Bennett said.
Kasko, who will remain director of revenue and finance, takes over the post Letitia "Tish" Colombi is vacating. She decided to not seek reelection.
"I'm very grateful to my fellow commissioners and to the voters of Haddonfield," Kasko said. "The outcome of this election is allowing me to become mayor, and I am thrilled and ready to hit the ground running, and I am excited to serve the next four years."