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Middlesex Freeholders sworn in

By Nikita Biryukov, January 07 2019 10:50 pm

Middlesex County Freeholders Shanti Narra and Ronald Rios got a visit from New Jersey’s top Democrat, Gov. Phil Murphy, at their swearing in Monday.

The two incumbents were sworn in by State Sen. Bob Smith, but Murphy, Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin, Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman, and Rep. Frank Pallone all addressed the event’s attendees.

“I am proud to say I know each and every one of these dedicated freeholders, and the work that you have done is remarkable,” Coughlin said. “You see it in partnerships that they built with RWJ Barnabas and Rutgers … You see it in the strength of their leadership day in and day out.”

Rios was reelected to be the board’s freeholder director. State Sen. Joe Vitale (D-Woodbridge) performed the swearing in for that position.

Freeholder Charles Tomaro was selected as the board’s Deputy Director and was sworn in by State Sen. Bob Smith (D-Piscataway).

“Middlesex County Democrats have had a proven track record of delivering quality services while being fiscally responsible with taxpayer dollars,“ said Middlesex County Democratic Chairman Kevin McCabe. “Freeholder Director Rios and Freeholder Narra have worked to provide an affordable, accountable and responsible government. I am confident that we will continue to move our county forward to positively impact the families of Middlesex County.”

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