2022 Meeting Archives

Kimberly Cenno

Kimberly Cenno, NJ Department of Environmental Protection

Prior to the guest speaker presentation, the Ocean County Mayors’ Association President Bay Head Mayor William Curtis appointed Mayor John A. Peterson, Jr. as the 2nd Vice President.  This appointment is to fill the unexpired term of former Brick Township Mayor John Ducey. President Mayor William Curtis presented two (2) resolutions; 2023 – 03 and

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Mark Montenero

Mark Montenero

President, Autoland Toyota, Chrysler, Jeep and RAM Trucks Vice Chair, Children’s Specialized Hospital Foundation Board of Trustees Mark Montenero provided an overview of Children’s Specialized Hospital (CSH), the importance of the work of CSH Foundation, and the impact that the new CSH outpatient center will have on children in Toms River and surrounding areas. CSH

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Alex Sauickie

Assemblyman Alex Sauickie

Assemblyman Sauickie serves on three (3) committees; Agriculture & Food Security, Military & Veterans Affairs and Tourism. The Assemblyman stated that Education funding is at the top of his list. Click here for the Topics that the Assemblyman discussed. Privilege of the Floor Ocean County Commissioner Joseph Vicari stated that the Board of Commissioners unanimously

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Lori Buckelew

Lori Buckelew

New Jersey League of Municipalities – Deputy Executive Director/Director Government Affairs Lori spoke about many issues facing municipalities. She talked about the state budget to include grant funding in 2024 for New Jersey State Health Benefits. She also spoke about state budget funding for seaside boardwalks. She presented information about liquor license reform. Ms. Buckelew

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Jacquelyn Suarez, Director

Jacquelyn Suarez

New Jersey Division of Local Government Services Director Jacquelyn Suarez spoke to the membership about issues facing counties and municipalities during the budget process that we are in now. She offered her and her staff assistance for any questions or guidance that the counties or municipalities may need now and throughout the year. In addition,

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