He served as Vice
President from 1975 to 1977.
After a brief retirement from political office, he was asked and accepted to run for office in 1991. He was elected for a three-year term. He was appointed to the Municipal Complex and Senior Housing Committee in 1991.
In 1992 Lotz was appointed as the liaison for Rochelle Park to the A.D.A. Commission. During that time he was also liaison to the Township for the completion of the new municipal complex building.
Elected again in 1994, for three more years he continued to serve as Police Commissioner and chairman of Building and Grounds. Re-elected again in 1997, Lotz continued as Police Commissioner and Chairman of the Building and Grounds. He also served as vice chairman for the celebration of the 125th Anniversary of Rochelle Park.
Bill Lotz was inducted into the New Jersey League of Municipalities Hall of Fame during the 8th Annual Mayors Legislative Day on June 28th, 1999.
This honor is reserved for local municipal governing body members that have served more than twenty years in elected municipal office. As part of the day’s events, Governor
Christie Whitman, Senate President Donald DiFransiesco, Assembly Speaker Jack Collins and the prominent State Officials made the presentations for this award.
This year 2004, Bill
was re-elected for Township Committee. he also is the liaison
for the fire department for 2003 - 2004.