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New Jersey Association of Counties Conference led by Gloucester County’s Simmons

(Atlantic City, NJ) – Gloucester County's Freeholder Heather Simmons, who serves as the President to the New Jersey Association of Counties (NJAC), led the organization’s annual conference in Atlantic City last week, May 10 -12, 2017.  All 21 of New Jersey’s counties participate in NJAC. 

During the conference many educational workshops, most of which offered continuing education credits, were held each day, as well as seminars on a myriad of topics that included economic development, shared services, technology, infrastructure, financing and more. 

Pictured during the NJAC conference are Hunterdon County Freeholder Director John King, Immediate Past President of NJAC, and Somerset County Freeholder Director Peter Palmer (Being Honored), John Donnadio Executive Director NJAC, Gloucester County Freeholder and NJAC President Heather Simmons and NJAC Secretary Treasurer and Hunterdon County Clerk Mary Melfie.