Looking ahead into the New Year, members of the Gloucester County Board of Supervisors pledged to make Gloucester County the “best land” of the life worth living, expressing excitement about things to come during the board’s organizational meeting for 2017 that was held Tuesday night in the colonial courthouse.
During the meeting, the board unanimously elected a new chairman, York district supervisor Phillip Bazzani and a new vice chairman, Gloucester Point district supervisor Chris Hutson.
As per tradition, last year’s board chairman John Meyer Jr. nominated Bazzani, who served as vice chairman in 2016, saying, “It’s my great pleasure to nominate the citizens’ most tireless advocate for accountability and efficiency in Gloucester.”
“I would like to thank each member of this board for your support and confidence in me to carry out the role and duties of chair,” Bazzani said. “I also want to congratulate Mr. Chri...
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