New Jersey Conference of Mayors Selects Hamilton Mayor John Bencivengo to Serve as Treasurer
(Hamilton) – At the 47 Annual Spring Conference of the New Jersey Conference of Mayors, Hamilton Township Mayor John Bencivengo was selected among his peers of Mayors to serve as the organization’s Treasurer
The New Jersey Conference of Mayors is an advocacy group with the exclusive purpose of representing the interests of Mayors from all across the State. The association was founded in 1963 by a group of Mayors who believed that the interests of Mayors needed to be represented in both Trenton and Washington, D.C.
As Treasurer, Mayor Bencivengo will work with the New Jersey Conference of Mayors’ accounting firm to oversee the organization’s budget and finances. On the Executive Board, he will work with other Mayors, which include another local Mayor – Mayor David L. Delvecchio of Lambertville – who currently serves as the organizations First Vice-President.
“It is an honor to have been selected to this leadership position for the New Jersey Conference of Mayors,” says Mayor Bencivengo. “Through my role as Treasurer, I look forward to not only overseeing the association’s budget, but am also eager to help advance the goals of the Conference of Mayors in assisting Mayors from across our state to better serve all of our residents and property taxpayers.”
Mayor John Bencivengo (609) 890-3503
Al LiCata, Executive Director, NJCM (609) 989-9216
Photograph: In the attached photograph, Hamilton Township Mayor John Bencivengo is sworn into office by New Jersey Conference of Mayors Immediate Past President, Mayor Brian C. Wahler of Piscataway Township