By John Heinis/Hudson County View
â€œAnnetteâ€™s many years of community and government experience will serve her well as she works with her colleagues on these two important committees,â€ Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto (D-32) said in a statement.
â€œI look forward to her knowledge and expertise on critical state issues such as reducing gun violence and making New Jersey communities safer.â€
In the same statement, Chaparro, who is engaged to Hoboken Police Chief Kenneth Ferrante, said she is interested in serving on public safety-based committees.
â€œLaw and Public Safety and Homeland Security are two issues I am very interested in,â€ she said. â€œI am eager to work with my colleagues on legislation that will strengthen state law and increase public safety.â€
Chaparro currently works for the Hoboken City Clerk and has also served as Division Head for Hoboken Taxi and Livery & Constitution Services.
Additionally, she has served as board secretary for the Hoboken Planning and Zoning Boards and was also a member the City’s Rent Control Board.
Beyond Hoboken, the 33rd Legislative District also includes Weehawken, Union City and parts of Jersey City.