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November 22, 2017
Trenton, NJ – At the 102nd Annual New Jersey League of
Municipalities Conference in Atlantic City, then League President Mayor
Albert Kelly of Bridgeton and officials from throughout New Jersey
honored the most recent inductees to the Mayors’ Hall of Fame.
The League established the Mayors’ Hall of Fame
to recognize mayors who have served for over 10, 20, or 30 years.
“Over the years, the mayors we have recognized have seen their
communities grow and change while they have worked to make a
difference. A decade or more of service as mayor is a long-term
commitment of time and energy as leaders with the goal of bettering
their communities,” said League Executive Director Michael J. Darcy,
CAE. “The recognition is well-earned.”
The members of the 23rd induction class of the
Mayors’ Hall of Fame were honored during a special ceremony during the
Mayors Box Luncheon on Wednesday, November 15, in Atlantic City.
Silver (10-20 years as
Louis F. Manzo Harrison Township
Mauro D. Raguseo Little Ferry Borough
Joseph A. Nametko Netcong Borough
George Conard, Sr. Riverside Township
Robert W. Matthies Seaside Park Borough
Jennifer Naughton Spring Lake Borough
Thomas F. Kelaher Toms River Township
Paul J. Smith, Jr. Union Beach Borough
John Birkner, Jr. Westwood Borough
All the Mayors Hall of Fame inductees can be viewed.
Contact: Email Michael J. Darcy, CAE, or call 609-695-4381, ext. 116.