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3 SOMERSET COUNTY 2015 Official Directory of County & Municipal Offices Somerset County, New Jersey A Class II County Established May 22, 1688 Area 305 Square Miles Estimated Population 332,568 Published by the Somerset County Board of Chosen Freeholders 20 Grove Street, Post Office Box 3000 Somerville, New Jersey (908) Compiled & Edited by Kathryn Quick, Deputy Clerk of the Board Linda Van Zandt, Public Information Director Joanne Vuoso, Public Information Specialist Lisa Krueger, Public Information Specialist Amber Zamora, Public Information Assistant Cover Design & Text Layout Linda Brady Deutsch, Graphic Arts Coordinator Cover Photo Ron Eckert Printed by Somerset County Print Shop

4 Somerset County - Mission Statement - The County of Somerset is committed to excellence and innovation in public service, promoting the well-being of all residents and communities by providing effective, efficient and responsive leadership.

5 Message from the Freeholder Director Dear Friends: I am pleased to introduce the 2015 edition of the Somerset County Directory. This is a comprehensive guide to the more than 50 County divisions and affiliated agencies that provide programs and services to County residents on a daily basis. Telephone and fax numbers, addresses and locations are listed for easy reference. Some of the other regular features of the directory include a listing of U.S. and State representatives serving Somerset County plus information about our 21 municipalities and a listing of historical sites in each town. For an online edition of this directory, along with other information about Somerset County, please visit You can follow us on Facebook and Twitter too. On behalf of the Board of Chosen Freeholders, I wish you all the best for Sincerely, Mark Caliguire Mark Caliguire Freeholder Director

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7 TABLE OF CONTENTS Somerset County The Role of County Government 3 The Board of Chosen Freeholders 4 Freeholder Assignments/Liaisons 9 Officers of the Board 10 Constitutional Officers 11 Somerset County Departments 14 A Guide to County and Related Offices 15 United States Legislative Officials 32 New Jersey Legislative Officials 34 State of New Jersey and Federal Offices and Agencies 36 Superior Court of New Jersey 38 Boards and Commissions 39 Directory of Somerset County Municipalities 58 Historic Sites Listing 80 Rescue Squads & Fire Companies 82 Holidays 86 Things to Do in Somerset County 87

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9 SOMERSET COUNTY Somerset County is at the hub of Central New Jersey. Its 21 municipalities, which encompass 305 square miles, contain a diversity of landscape, population and development that reflects the varied lifestyles of its estimated 330,585 residents. As one of America s oldest counties, Somerset is steeped in colonial and Revolutionary War history. The County was established by charter on May 22, 1688, with land conveyances dating to Historic sites, monuments and buildings are found in virtually every town, preserved for future generations. Located in the heart of the nation s largest metropolitan area, with convenient access to New York and Philadelphia, Somerset County contains a balance between urban and suburban neighborhoods and rural countrysides. Fine residential communities, beautiful parks, excellent shopping areas, extensive farmlands, numerous historic sites and outstanding business and industry all make Somerset County a desirable place to live, work and play. The County s 14,200 acres of parkland include golf courses, picnic areas, hiking and bicycling trails, stables, a swimming pool, an Environmental Education Center and the County Fairgrounds, which each year hosts the Somerset County 4-H Fair. The County has preserved 8,239 acres of farmland through its Agriculture Development Program, and another 3,253 acres of greenways through the County/Municipal Open Space Partnership Grant Program. Our educational facilities Raritan Valley Community College and Somerset County Vocational & Technical Schools are among the finest in the state. The college, a two-year school in Branchburg, includes a library/theater complex, a convention center and a planetarium; it also has satellite campuses in Bridgewater and Franklin. Many boards, commissions and advisory groups help the Freeholders determine priorities and procedures in areas ranging from farmland preservation to human services delivery. Members, who serve without compensation, perform a valuable service to their community. Environmental protection, conservation of resources, shared services and proper planning for future growth and development all are major goals for County government. The Board of Chosen Freeholders remains dedicated to serving the residents of Somerset County and to maintaining the county s nationwide reputation for excellence. 2

10 THE ROLE OF COUNTY GOVERNMENT What Is A Freeholder? Somerset County is governed and managed by a Board of Chosen Freeholders. The board consists of five members; one or two are elected each year from the County at large to serve three-year terms. New Jersey is the only state where elected county officials are called freeholders. Most other states elect a county commission or county council. The term freeholder is a carryover from colonial days, when only property owners - then known as freeholders - were entitled to vote, and one freeholder represented each municipality. Eventually, the number of freeholders in each county was reduced by statute and is now determined by referendum, and cannot exceed nine members. Freeholders elect from among themselves a director who conducts their meetings. Each Freeholder in Somerset County chairs a standing committee: Human Services, Finance and Administrative Services, Public Works and Public Health & Safety. The Freeholder Director and County Administrator are ex-officio members of each committee. The position of Freeholder is considered part-time, although due to the complexity of County government today, an increasing amount of time is spent by these elected officials on County business. The Freeholders employ a full-time County Administrator who manages the day-to-day operations of County government. The Clerk of the Board of Freeholders oversees the work of their offices. Department heads are appointed in accordance with statute and by resolution of the board. Somerset County currently has 1,125 full-time employees and 95 part-time employees in 52 divisions. Among the many essential services provided by Somerset County government are higher education, road and bridge maintenance, curbside recycling, parks and recreation, employment training, social services, recording of deeds and wills and much more Somerset County Board of Chosen Freeholders Mark Caliguire, Director Patricia L. Walsh, Deputy Director Peter S. Palmer Patrick Scaglione Brian D. Levine 3

11 The Board of Chosen Freeholders tmark Caliguire, Director (Montgomery) Term Expires: 12/31/15 Freeholder Responsibilities: Ex officio to all county departments and divisions. Constitutional Officers, Courts, Criminal Justice. LIAISON: Business Partnership, GSA-Hillsborough Advisory Committee, Mayors Roundtable (Alternate), Office of the Prosecutor, Open Space Advisory Committee, Planning Board, RVCC Board of School Estimate, Shared Services Coordinating Council, Skillman Park Advisory Committee, Somerset County Governing Officials Association, Superintendent of Schools, Vocational Board of School Estimate. PUBLIC SERVICE: Somerset County Board of Freeholders, Member, December 13, 2011-present, Director, 2015, Deputy Director, 2014, Public Health & Safety, Chairman, 2012, 2013, 2014; Montgomery Township Mayor, 2010, 2011; Montgomery Township Committee, Member, ; Former Member and Township Committee Liaison to Montgomery Economic Development Commission, Montgomery Township Planning Board, Montgomery Recreation Commission, Montgomery Landmarks Commission, Montgomery Fire Prevention Bureau, Montgomery Zoning Board of Adjustment, Montgomery Board of Health. AFFILIATIONS & COMMUNITY SERVICE: National Advisory Council, U.S. Small Business Administration, Member, ; Somerset County Republican Committeeman, 2001-present; Princeton Alliance Church, Board of Governors, Former Member, ; Coach in Montgomery baseball, Montgomery soccer, Montgomery basketball, Pop Warner football and NFL flag football leagues. BIOGRAPHY: Married to Tricia for 27 years, three children. Professional: Meadowlands Hospital Medical Center, Secaucus, NJ, Vice President and General Counsel; ANW Crestwood Inc., President, ; Associate Attorney, Clapp & Eisenberg, Newark, N.J., ; Northern NJ Field Director for Cary Edwards Gubernatorial Campaign, 1989; Deputy Attorney General, NJ Division of Criminal Justice, Education: Georgetown University Law School, JD, 1987; Cornell University, BA, 1983, Phi Beta Kappa,

12 The Board of Chosen Freeholders tpatricia L. Walsh, Deputy Director (Green Brook) Term Expires: 12/31/16 Freeholder Responsibilities: PUBLIC WORKS: Facilities & Services, Transportation, Fleet Management, Planning Board, Engineering, Roads & Bridges, Solid Waste Management and Recycling. LIAISON: Business Partnership, Casino Tax Advisory Committee, Commission on the Status of Women, Cultural & Heritage Commission, HOME Investment Partnership Program, Homelessness Trust Fund, Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative (JDAI), Healthier Somerset, Mental Health Board, New Jersey Association of Counties (1st Alternate Voting Member), Park Commission, Planning Board, Raritan and Millstone Rivers Flood Commission (Alternate), Richard Hall Community Mental Health Center Community Advisory Council. PUBLIC SERVICE: Somerset County Board of Chosen Freeholders, Member, 2008-present, Director, 2012, Deputy Director, 2011, 2015, Public Works I, Chair, 2008, Public Works, Chair, 2014, Human Services, Chair, 2009, 2010, 2011, Finance/Administration, Chair, 2013; Green Brook Township Committee, Member, , Mayor, , , Deputy Mayor, 1995, 2004; Green Brook Township Planning Board, Member, , ; Green Brook Township Zoning Board of Adjustment, Member, , Chairman, , Vice Chairman, AFFILIATIONS & COMMUNITY SERVICE: Somerset County Sexual Assault Response Team, Member, ; Green Brook 9/11 Memorial Committee, Chair; Meals on Wheels, Volunteer, ; Somerset County Senior Shopper Program, Volunteer, ; American Red Cross Blood Bank, Former Volunteer; Somerset County Commission on the Status of Women, Member, ; Somerset County Governing Officials Association, President, 2001, Vice President, 2000, Secretary, 1999, Program Chair, 1998; Christine Todd Whitman Series for Public Service, Guest Lecturer, 2002; Rutgers University Graduate Program, Guest Lecturer, , ; District 22 New Jersey Assembly Candidate, 2001; New Jersey Federation of Republican Women, Member, 1993-present; Somerset County Federation of Republican Women, Member, 1993-present; Somerset County Republican Municipal Committeewoman, ; New Jersey Conference of Mayors, Board of Directors, Member, BIOGRAPHY: Somerset County resident for 35 years; married, husband Jack, three sons, five grandchildren; St. Mary s of Stony Hill, Watchung, Member. Professional: Employed as a visiting nurse with Holy Redeemer Home Care, serving Somerset, Middlesex and Union counties. Education: Registered Nurse Degree, Our Lady of Lourdes School of Nursing; Bachelor s Degree, Social Sciences, Thomas Edison State College. AWARDS: Boy Scouts of America, Patriots Path Council, Somerset County Tribute to Women Award, 2015; New Jersey Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative, Champion, 2013; Plainfield High School Hall of Fame, 2012; Somerset County Cultural Diversity Award, 2011; Millicent Fenwick Award for Distinguished Public Service, 2004; La Tribuna s Distinguished Woman Award, 2001; New Jersey Federation of Republican Women, Republican Woman of the Year, 2000; Somerset County Commission on the Status of Women, Outstanding Women in Somerset County Award-Government,

13 The Board of Chosen Freeholders tpeter S. Palmer (Bernardsville) Term Expires: 12/31/17 Freeholder Responsibilities: PUBLIC HEALTH & SAFETY: County Health Department, Emergency Management, 911 Communications Unit. LIAISON: Agriculture Development Board, Board of Social Services (Alternate), Business Partnership (Alternate), Cultural Diversity Coalition, Joint Insurance Fund, Leadership Somerset, New Jersey Association of Counties (Voting Member), North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority, Park Foundation, Raritan Valley Rail Coalition, Somerset County Improvement Authority, Vocational and Technical Schools, Vocational Board of School Estimate, Youth Leadership Somerset, Youth Services Commission (Alternate). PUBLIC SERVICE: Somerset County Board of Chosen Freeholders, Member, 1997-present, Director, 1998, 2003, 2008, 2013, Deputy Director, 2007, 2012, Public Works I, Chairman, 1999, 2006, 2007, Human Services, Chairman, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2012, Finance/ Administration, Chairman, 1997, 2000, 2004, 2009, 2010, 2014, Public Health & Safety, Chairman, 2011, 2015; Somerset County Planning Board, Member, ; Bernardsville Borough, Mayor, ; Bernardsville Borough Council, Member, ; Bernardsville Board of Education, Member, AFFILIATIONS & COMMUNITY SERVICE: New Jersey Association of Counties, Past President, 2010; North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority, Member, 1999-present, Chairman, 2004, 2005, Freight Initiatives Committee, Chairman, 2003-present; Raritan Valley Rail Coalition, Chairman, 1998-present; Somerset County Business Partnership, Board of Directors, Member; Six County Coalition, Founding Member; Somerset County Governing Officials Association, President, 1985; Clinton Hill Area Redevelopment Corp., Newark (low- and moderate-income housing), Board Member, ; Bernards High School Marching Band, Volunteer Assistant Director, ; Somerset County Commission on Child Abuse & Missing Children, Co-Chair; Liberty Corridor Technical Committee, Member, 2007-present. BIOGRAPHY: Lifelong resident of Somerset County and Bernardsville; married to the former Kathleen Corman; served in U.S. Army Signal Corps, Honorable Discharge as 1st Lieutenant; Bernardsville United Methodist Church, Member. Professional: Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co., , retired as vice president and actuary; Society of Actuaries, Fellow. Education: Cornell University, Bachelor s Degree, Electrical Engineering; Princeton University, Master of Science Degree, Engineering; completed courses required for New Jersey State accreditation as Certified County and Municipal Finance Officer, ; Bernards High School, Graduate. AWARDS: New Jersey Association of Counties, Freeholder of the Year, 2011; New Jersey Conference of Mayors, County Leadership Award, 2007; Somerset County Commission on Child Abuse & Missing Children, Richard Z. Voorhees Award for Child Advocacy, 2005; Regional Business Partnership of Newark, Transportation Leadership Award, 2005; National Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations, first-ever award for Outstanding Elected Official Leadership, 2004; managed award-winning reconstruction of own landmark commercial office building in Bernardsville,

14 The Board of Chosen Freeholders tpatrick Scaglione (Bridgewater) Term Expires: 12/31/15 Freeholder Responsibilities: FINANCE & ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES: Adjuster, Finance, Human Resources, MIS, Purchasing, Records Management, Telephone Services, Weights & Measures. LIAISON: Cultural Diversity Coalition, Energy Council, GSA-Hillsborough Advisory Committee, Homelessness Trust Fund, Leadership Somerset, Library Commission, Mayors Roundtable, New Jersey Association of Counties (2nd Alternate Voting Member), Raritan Valley Community College, RVCC Board of School Estimate, Regional Center Partnership (Alternate), Rutgers Cooperative Extension Advisory Board, Skillman Park Advisory Committee, Workforce Investment Board. PUBLIC SERVICE: Somerset County Board of Chosen Freeholders, Member, January 2010-present, Director, 2014, Deputy Director, 2013, Central Jersey Housing Resource Board, Member, 2015; Public Works I, Chairman, 2010, 2011, Public Works, Chairman, 2012, Human Services, Chairman, 2013; Bridgewater Township Council, Council President, 2001, 2004, 2009, Council Member, ; Bridgewater Township Planning Board, Member, 2001, 2005, 2008; Bridgewater Township Board of Adjustment, Member, ; Bridgewater Township Housing Advisory Board, Member, BIOGRAPHY: Bridgewater resident since 1991; former resident of North Plainfield, ; married, wife Kimberly Lucci, one daughter, Isabella; owner, financial consulting business; formerly employed at AT&T-Bell Labs, Murray Hill; Master of Business Administration Degree, Finance and Real Estate Finance, Rutgers University Graduate School of Business; Bachelor s Degree, Electrical Engineering, Minor in Economics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. AFFILIATIONS & COMMUNITY SERVICE: Somerset County Governing Officials Association, President, 2006, Executive Board, Member, ; Centerbridge II Senior Housing, Board President, 1997-present; Arts on Division, Board of Trustees, Member; Somerset County Community Development Block Grant Committee, Former Member; Somerset Regional Animal Shelter Board, Former Member; United Way Steering Committee, Former Member; Somerset Valley Sewerage Authority, Regional Center Partnership, Raritan Valley Rail Coalition, Green Brook Flood Control Commission; Somerset County Library Foundation, Executive Member, 2012-present; Central Jersey Housing Resource Center, Board Member, BIOGRAPHY: Bridgewater resident since 1991; former resident of North Plainfield, ; married, wife Kimberly Lucci, one daughter, Isabella. Professional: Owner, financial consulting business; formerly employed at AT&T-Bell Labs, Murray Hill. Education: Master of Business Administration Degree, Finance and Real Estate Finance, Rutgers University Graduate School of Business; Bachelor s Degree, Electrical Engineering, Minor in Economics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. 7

15 The Board of Chosen Freeholders tbrian D. Levine (Franklin) Term Expires: 12/31/17 Freeholder Responsibilities: HUMAN SERVICES: Board of Social Services, Community Development, Human Services, Mental Health Center, Office on Aging & Disability Services, Office of Youth Services, Rutgers Cooperative Extension, Volunteer Services, Veterans Services. LIAISON: Local Advisory Council on Alcoholism & Drug Abuse (LACADA), Board of Social Services, County Alliance Steering Subcommittee (CASS), Regional Center Partnership, Workforce Investment Board (Alternate), Youth Leadership Somerset, Youth Services Commission. PUBLIC SERVICE: Somerset County Board of Freeholders, Member, January 2015-present, Franklin Township Mayor, , Franklin Township Council, Member, AFFILIATIONS & COMMUNITY SERVICE: Somerset Community Action Program, Board of Directors, Member, ; Franklin Township Community Foundation, Board of Directors, Member, ; Governor s Red Tape Review Commission, Member, 2010-present; Building One New Jersey, Board of Directors, Member, 2013-present; Kateri Environmental Education Center, Volunteer, 1988-present; United Way of Central New Jersey, Board of Trustees, Former Member, ; Family and Children s Service of Central New Jersey, Board of Directors, Former Member, , Former President, ; Jaycees, Metuchen, New Jersey Chapter, Former Member, , Former Vice President, BIOGRAPHY: Married to Lori, two children. Professional: Brian D. Levine, MBA, CPA, accounting and financial consulting practice, Somerset, NJ, 1988-present. Licensure: Certified Public Accountant, State of New Jersey, 1982-present. Education: Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, BA, 1980, Major: Economics, Minor: Mathematics/Computers; Rutgers Graduate School of Management, Newark, NJ, MBA, Management with a concentration in Finance,

16 FREEHOLDER ASSIGNMENTS/LIAISONS FINANCE & ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES Patrick Scaglione HUMAN SERVICES Brian D. Levine PUBLIC WORKS Patricia L. Walsh PUBLIC HEALTH & SAFETY Peter S. Palmer FREEHOLDER DIRECTOR Mark Caliguire Liaison: County Administrator, Constitutional Officers, Courts, Criminal Justice FREEHOLDER DIRECTOR AND COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR Ex-Officio To All Divisions FREEHOLDER MEETINGS Regular: Freeholders Meeting Room, County Administration Building, 20 Grove Street, Somerville, NJ, on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. Agenda Session: Freeholders Meeting Room, County Administration Building, 20 Grove Street, Somerville, NJ, preceding each regular meeting at 4:30 p.m. Each agenda session pertains to items to be voted upon at the regular meeting two weeks later. If the regular meeting day falls on a legal holiday, then the meeting is held on the next day,wednesday. Please call the Clerk of the Board s Office at (908) for information about all meetings of the Board of Freeholders. You also may visit for copies of agendas and minutes. 9

17 OFFICERS OF THE BOARD tcounty ADMINISTRATOR/CLERK Term Expires: 12/31/15 (908) Michael J. Amorosa Appointed for a five-year term. Responsible for the day to day operation and supervision of County departments and projects. Also responsible for implementation of Board policies. Acts as the Freeholders representative in many internal and external matters. Kathryn A. Quick, Deputy Clerk (908) Responsible for coordinating and preparing items needed for Freeholder meetings, including meeting scheduling; agendas and correspondence; attendance; recording votes and actions; processing of all resolutions and ordinances and forwarding to appropriate entities; and required legal advertising. Acts as the depository of vital County documents, including resolutions, ordinances, contracts, bonds, minutes of meetings and insurance policies; and as custodian of the official County seal and affixing it to appropriate documents. Serves as the designated Keeper of the Records as required by the Open Public Records Act (OPRA) and is responsible for handling all requests for official records of business of the County of Somerset that are releasable under the OPRA law. tcounty COUNSEL Term Expires: 5/23/17 (908) William T. Cooper III, County Counsel Appointed for a three-year term. Manages all routine legal matters for the County, and coordinates the work of special counsel for certain areas. Participates in discussions of major projects requiring a legal perspective. 10

18 CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS Each county in New Jersey is required to have three elected constitutional officers. In Somerset County they are: tcounty CLERK (908) Year Term Brett A. Radi Term expires: 12/31/17 Duties: Records land records and related legal documents that deal with land situated in Somerset County. Administers oath to notaries public, takes and processes passport applications, records trade/business name certificates, files military discharges, issues honorable discharge identification card to veterans, issues veterans peddlers licenses and files sub-division maps. Receives petitions and designs sample ballots, machine ballots and vote-by-mail ballots for elections. Issues vote-by-mail ballots, tabulates election returns and issues certificates of election. Biography: Married, wife Kimberly, two children. Resident of Somerville, lifelong Somerset County resident. Education: Rutgers University, Master s Degree, Public Administration; Albright College, Bachelor s Degree, Political Science; N.J. Certified Public Manager; N.J. Registered Municipal Clerk (formerly). Government Experience: County Clerk, Somerset County, 2003-present; Deputy County Clerk, Somerset County, August 1993-December 31, 2002; Hillsborough Township Municipal Clerk ; Hillsborough Township Administrator 1992-August Public Service: Hillsborough Township Committee, ; Mayor ; Deputy Mayor 1996; Police Commissioner, 1995; Hillsborough Township Planning Board, ; Hillsborough Township Youth Services Commission Liaison, ; Hillsborough Township Cultural and Arts Commission Liaison, ; Somerset County Improvement Authority, Member; Hillsborough Township Postal Advisory Council, Former Member; Hillsborough Township Project Graduation Committee, Former Member; New Jersey Association of Counties, Board of Directors, Former Member; Municipal Clerk s Association of Somerset County, Member; Constitutional Officers Association of New Jersey, Member; Republican County Committee District 23 Hillsborough, Former Member; Somerset County Young Republican Organization, Former Member; Somerset County Federation of Republican Women, Associate Member. 11

19 CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS tsurrogate (908) Year Term Frank G. Bruno Term Expires: 12/31/15 Duties: Probates wills; qualifies executors, administrators and trustees; and issues necessary documents for administering estates. As custodian of the funds belonging to minors estates, oversees the minor s assets and expenditures until the minor reaches majority. Processes mental incompetencies and conservatorships and handles all adoptions of minors and adults. Biography: Resident of Branchburg, married, wife Anita, two children. United States Navy, , served on U.S.S. Randolph. Union Carbide Corp., Piscataway, 35-year employee; Health, Safety & Environment Committee, Director; Pensions & Health Regulations Committee, Liaison; and Oil, Atomic & Chemical Workers, Union Officer. Somerset County Surrogate, January 2001-present; Somerset County Governing Officials Association, Program Chairman, 2003; Somerset County Pollution Control Financing Authority, Member; Somerset County Solid Waste Advisory Committee, Member; Bound Brook Borough Council, Member, ; Council President, ; Police, Fire & Safety, Former Commissioner; Economic Development, Former Commissioner; Bound Brook Planning Board, Borough Council Liaison, ; Bound Brook Board of Adjustment, Liaison; Bound Brook-Somerset Senior Citizens Club and Somerset County Recycling Committee, Former Liaison; Green Brook Flood Control Commission, Member, ; N.J. Italian- American Heritage Commission Advisory Board, Member; Volunteer Radio Announcer for WDVR FM; Society for Industrial Archaeology, Member; National College of Probate Judges, President-Elect; Bound Brook Arts Theater, Board of Directors, Member; New Jersey Association of Counties, Board Member. 12

20 CONSTITUTIONAL OFFICERS tsheriff (908) Web site: 3-Year Term Frank J. Provenzano Term Expires: 12/31/16 Duties: Responsibilities include maintaining a safe and secure environment at the Somerset County Courthouse and the county complex, providing support to all county law enforcement efforts, the operation of the Somerset County Jail and the care and custody of persons incarcerated and committed by the courts. The Sheriff s Office is also responsible for the Sheriff s Bureau of Criminal Identification, Sheriff s Sales, Sheriff s K-9 Unit, Sheriff s Special Response Team, Gang & Terrorism Intelligence Unit, the safe transportation of county prisoners, execution of civil and criminal court warrants and processing of civil documents, and providing a School Resource Officer for Somerset County schools. In addition, assists municipal police departments and conducts safety programs for schools and county residents. The Sheriff s Office is an official year-round medicine drop-off location for unwanted, unused and expired medications. Biography: A lifelong resident of Somerset County who resides in the Borough of Raritan with his wife, Lou Ann. Sheriff Provenzano joined the Bridgewater Township Police Department in 1968 and retired in 2001 as Captain of the Administration Division. As a member of Bridgewater Police he saw all aspects of police work, from road patrol to working undercover assignments in the detective bureau to serving as the Commander of Emergency Service Division, which included SCUBA, Heavy Rescue and Haz-Mat. He was an assistant coordinator for the Somerset County Emergency Response Team Hostage Negotiations Unit. He is a 2002 graduate (class president) of the National Sheriffs Institute Executive Development Program, sponsored by the National Sheriffs Association and the National Institute of Corrections. He has been the Somerset County Sheriff since January Affiliations & Community Service: National Association of Counties, Justice and Public Safety Steering Committee, Member; Somerset County Youth Services Commission, Member; Raritan Valley Community College, Criminal Justice Advisory Committee, Member; Somerset County Police Academy, Law Enforcement Education Committee, Member; New Jersey Sheriffs Association, Past President; National Sheriffs Association, Member; Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness School Security Task Force, Member; Somerset County Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Advisory Committee, Member; New Jersey COPS Magazine, Advisory Board, Former Member; Italian-American Police Society, Member; John Basilone Parade Committee, Member; Somerville Elks, Member; International Association of Chiefs of Police, Member; Bradley Gardens American Legion, Member; Jack Gardner Softball Tournament fundraising event for children with special needs, Former Chairman; Operation Shoebox Board, Member; Bocce Invitational Board, Member; Raritan Borough Recreation Commission, Former Member; Little League Baseball and Pop-Warner Football, Former Coach. 13

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