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Westwood Administrator Elected Treasurer of New Jersey Municipal Management Association

Robert Hoffmann, Westwood Borough administrator, is the new treasurer of the New Jersey Municipal Management Association.
Robert Hoffmann, Westwood Borough administrator, is the new treasurer of the New Jersey Municipal Management Association.

Robert Hoffmann, Westwood Borough administrator, has been elected treasurer of the New Jersey Municipal Management Association (NJMMA).

 

Hoffmann has been the Westwood administrator since 2007. He holds an MBA in finance and was named Outstanding Manager by NJMMA for 2008.

 

He was among four new NJMMA officers and seven executive board members sworn in at the NJMMA’s annual luncheon and awards ceremony in Atlantic City during the 98th annual League of Municipalities Conference last month.

 

New officers for 2014 also include:

            President: Gregory Bonin of Hillsborough, administrator, Branchburg Township

Vice President: Thomas Carroll of Wanaque, administrator, Borough of Wanaque

Secretary: Donna Vieiro of Lanoka Harbor, administrator, Township of Holmdel

 

Executive board:

            Eric Berry of Franklinville, administrator, Township of Mount Holly

            Theresa Casagrande of Spring Lake Heights, administrator, Borough of Fair Haven

            Joseph Manning of Maplewood, administrator, Township of Maplewood

            Alexander McDonald of Little Falls, assistant administrator, Township of Millburn

            Christopher Raths of Succasunna, manager, Township of Roxbury

            Matthew Watkins of Clifton, manager, City of Clifton

Tara Lovrich of North Arlington, administrator, Township of Manalapan, ex-officio, immediate past-president

 

Established more than 50 years ago, NJMMA is dedicated to advancing the professionalism, training, and development of public managers, and facilitating the exchange of ideas and best practices in municipal management.  The organization has been instrumental in shaping legislation and policies that affect services to residents and businesses throughout New Jersey.





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