By Mike DeNardo

By Mike DeNardo

Moorestown, New Jersey tonight swears-in one of the youngest people ever to serve as mayor.

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At 26, Victoria Napolitano could be the youngest mayor ever in Moorestown.

“I think that being young actually puts me in a good position,” she says. “I have a lot of time to devote to this — energy and enthusiasm. And the future of our town is extremely important to me, because I plan on being in Moorestown for a very long time.”

The first-term Republican Councilwoman is a Union County native and a Drexel University grad who says one of her priorities is to improve the Lenola business district. And while she works on that…

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“I have met hundreds, if not thousands of Moorestownians through campaigning and being on Council,” Napolitano says. “And the biggest thing that I hear from almost everybody is, ‘Please keep our taxes low.'”

The township council is 4-1 Republican, and members of the majority rotate holding the mayor’s seat.

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