Maldonado will serve as president for new Hudson County clerk’s association


Hudson County Clerk E. Junior Maldonado will serve as the president for the new Hudson County Municipal Clerk’s Association, which will include all 12 municipal clerks, as well as the clerk for the Hudson County Board of Commissioners.

Photo courtesy of E. Junior Maldonado.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

The inaugural meeting for the organization took place at the Liberty Prime Restaurant in Jersey City on Thursday, January 18th and Board of Commissioners Chair Anthony Romano (D-5) swore in the new leadership team.

Jersey City Clerk Sean Gallagher will serve as vice president, Bayonne Municipal Clerk Madelene Medina will be the treasurer, and Amanda Bransky, the certified municipal registrar for Jersey City, was named secretary.

“The new organization is scheduled to meet three times a year to discuss, share, and vote on various topics and issues relevant to the various aspects of each office. These topics will include but will not be limited to elections, policies, and maintaining archival records,” Maldonado said in a statement.

“Seminars and workshops will be conducted in order to meet the continuing education requirements in order to maintain credentialed licenses. The goal of the clerk’s coalescence is to update Hudson County residents with the most recent and up-to-date information regarding all services and processes that are made available to the public.”

Other local clerks, such as the heads of the board of elections and superintendent of elections, will also be able to become members.

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