NJDOT Commitment To Communities
In June, 2019 the Farmingdale Forever Citizens Action Group participated in the first NJDOT Commitment to Communities Forum & Expo held in the Brower Student Center at The College of New Jersey in Ewing.
During the forum the NJDOT introduced the Government and Community Relations officials. Their purpose is to promote and maintain an open exchange of information between the NJDOT and the general public, consisting of elected officials, interested citizens and stakeholder groups (such as the Citizens Action Group)concerned with decisions related to NJDOT projects, operations and services.
After the forum members of the Citizens Action Group established valuable contact information and relationships with NJDOT representatives who represent Farmingdale. The Citizens Action Group looks forward to continuing this valuable dialogue.
The Citizens Action Group will be placing contact information for our NJDOT representatives in the coming weeks.
We will soon be publishing the names and
contact information for our NJDOT representatives.
NJDOT Division of Statewide Planning - Key Links
Bureau of Research – Technology Transfer – https://www.njdottechtransfer.net
NJDOT’s T2 program seeks to increase awareness of transportation-related issues within New Jersey, promote an ongoing exchange of ideas, translate the latest state-of-the-art trends and technology practices, showcase innovation and disseminate research results in a form that can be readily applied to current transportation problems.
Safe Routes to School – https://www.state.nj.us/transportation/community/srts
NJDOT’s federally funded Safe Routes to School Program works to enable safer travel to and from K-8 schools around the state by funding infrastructure grants and non-infrastructure safety programs.
Board of Chosen Freeholders
The Board is empowered with a broad scope of authority, some of which is designated to them by the State of New Jersey. Its diverse and important responsibilities include both legislative and executive functions including the oversight and regulation of county property and finances. This includes the upkeep of 380 miles of county roads and nearly 1,000 bridges, maintenance of more than 15,000 acres of county park lands, providing the largest circulating library system in the state, and maintaining an AAA bond rating.
2020 members of the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders are:
- Director Thomas A. Arnone
- Deputy Director Susan M. Kiley
- Lillian G. Burry
- Patrick Impreveduto
- Nick DiRocco
Farmingdale Forever Business Directory
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