• 2018 budget lowers county spending and county taxes
  • Only county in NJ to have two women serving in both leadership positions of Director and Deputy Director
  • Highest credit rating (Aa1) from Moody’s in Burlington County history
  • $20 million grant supports security initiatives of county schools
  • Shared services such as 9-1-1 emergency dispatch, municipal park development grants,and recycling collection saved municipalities over $135 millions just in the last five years
  • Passed equal pay resolution and instituted policy for all county employees take or retake sexual harassment training
  • Easy-to-use technologies in Clerk’s Office give residents convenient access to the services they need
  • Reopened county-owned Maryville at Post House drug treatment center
  • With more than 61,000 acres of farmland preserved from development, Burlington County was named one of the Top 10 Greenest Counties in America
  • Seven rounds of municipal park grants have provided $35 million to towns to build or improve 225 parks
  • Announced comprehensive plan to provide immediate traffic relief along the northern Route 130 corridor
  • Installing private pods to provide dedicated space for mothers to pump or nurse
  • Reinvigorated Burlington County Women’s Advisory Council