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Leadership Matters – 10/31/2018

2 November 2018 Interview


Join hosts Fran Gavin and Tim Frederiks as they welcome Michael Lavery in the studio. Michael B. Lavery is the founding partner of Lavery, Selvaggi. Abromitis and Cohen and the director of the firm’s Municipal Government Practice. Mr. Lavery is considered one of the state’s foremost attorneys in the area of municipal government law. He presently represents numerous governmental entities and serves as Special Counsel to the County of Warren for Open Space & Farmland Preservation.

Mr. Lavery served is the former State Chairman for the New Jersey Republican Party and was the Mayor of Hackettstown for two terms from 2005-2011. On June 25, 2015 he was appointed by the Governor to serve as a Commissioner for the Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission and a year later he was elected Chairman of the Commission. He has also served as Republican State Committeeman for Warren County and as Legislative Aide to then-Senator Leonard Lance (R-23), who presently serves as Congressman for the 7th District. These experiences enable him to assist those seeking to navigate the often confusing aspects of state and local government. His counsel is often sought by those trying to secure approvals from regulatory and administrative agencies in northern New Jersey and Trenton.

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