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Hayes, Pierson Sworn to Posts with New Jersey Association of Counties

Cape May County Freeholder E. Marie Hayes.

By Press Release

TRENTON – The 2019 slate of officers and directors of the New Jersey Association of Counties (NJAC) was sworn Jan. 25 at the annual Board of Directors Reorganization Meeting in the Senate Chambers of the State House.
Gov. Phil Murphy administered the oath of office to President Brendan W. Gill of Essex County, according to a release.
Cape May County Freeholder E. Marie Hayes was sworn as vice president with the full slate of the executive members and the 2019 Board of Directors.
The executive members are:  
•    E. Marie Hayes, Cape May County Freeholder –  NJAC first vice president.
•    John Cimino, Mercer County Freeholder Chair –  NJAC second vice president.
•    Teri O’Connor, Monmouth County Administrator –  NJAC secretary-treasurer.
Cape May County Freeholder Jeffrey L. Pierson was also sworn and will serve as a member of the 2019 NJAC Board of Directors.
“I have been an active member of NJAC since I first became a Freeholder in 2016 and I am proud to serve on the Board of Directors,” stated Pierson.
NJAC includes representatives from all 21 counties and serves as the united voice for county government.  Their mission is to advocate for legislation, regulations and policy directives that empower county governments to operate more effectively and efficiently.  
The non-partisan organization is committed to advancing innovative programs and initiatives that enhance the level of services that work to save valuable taxpayer dollars.
 “It is an honor to serve on the executive board of NJAC; we have a proven track record of working together in a non-partisan way to deal with issues that are impacting county government in New Jersey.  We are tackling problems that are adversely affecting our ability to control our budget and protect our taxpayers.  I can’t say enough about the commitment of the board, members and staff of NJAC and the work they do to ensure county government has the tools, information, and support to their job.  I look forward to serving as the vice president,” Hayes stated.  

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