The votes were in Tuesday night at the Woodbridge Council reorganization meeting, and it was unanimous.
Councilman Charles Kenny was picked to be president for 2013, and Councilman Kyle Anderson was chosen to serve as the governing body's vice president.
Kenny will replace outgoing Council President Gregg Ficarra.
The counci meeting was packed with Boy Scouts and nominees for various positions filled by the council and Mayor John McCormac, who also stopped by the reorganization session.
By far, though, the citizens who showed up for the reorganization weren't there for the festivities. They were there to express their concern about the aftereffects of Hurricane Sandy, more than two months after the superstorm's tidal surge wrecked their homes.
The homeowners in the Watson Avenue section of Woodbridge, which borders the Woodbridge River and is constantly being flooded, were at the meeting to ask for help from the township. Some of the homes still aren't occupied since Sandy cause massive damage to the building's foundation.
Keep your eyes tuned on Woodbridge Patch for an updated story and video on the plight of the Watson Avenue-area residents.