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Kathleen Frangione, the chief policy advisor to Gov. Phil Murphy

Murphy won’t replace Frangione on Recovery Commission

By Nikita Biryukov, May 06 2020 4:22 pm

Gov. Phil Murphy does not intend to replace Kathleen Frangione on his Restart and Recovery Commission.

“We have four ex officio members besides Kathleen Frangione and do not have any plans to add another ex officio member to the Restart and Recovery Commission,” Murphy deputy press secretary Christine Lee said.

Frangione, the governor’s chief policy officer, is departing the administration to take another job, which she has not yet made public.

Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver, Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli, Murphy chief of staff George Helmy and Murphy chief counsel Matt Platkin are the committee’s four other ex officio members.

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