PARSIPPANY — Former Parsippany Council Vice President Robert Peluso announced his candidacy for Morris County Freeholder. Mr. Peluso filed his petitions to seek office for the open seat to be vacated by Freeholder Christine Meyers.
“I look forward to pursuing this opportunity to continue in public service. We need someone who is in touch with working families and who offers solutions. During my term on the Parsippany Council we held the line on property taxes, improved infrastructure and expanded services offered to the community. I have over three decades of experience in the financial sector and have worked to create opportunities for residents in Morris County. As an Advisory Board Member for Morris County Economic Development, Chairperson of the Parsippany Economic Development Advisory Committee, and President of the Chamber of Commerce I have worked with communities throughout Morris County to provide proposals and solutions to help residents, businesses, and non-profit organizations,” said Peluso.
Peluso, a Parsippany resident for nearly fifty years, earned his Masters of Business Administration from Fairleigh Dickinson University’s campus in Madison and earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Montclair State University along with the completion of the Leadership Morris and Morris County Sheriff Citizen Police Academy. He is employed as a Government Banking Officer and has risen to the level of Vice President. He is also currently on the Advisory Board for the Morris County School of Technology. Peluso resides in Parsippany with his wife Ildiko, and son Robert.
For more information, contact Robert@Pelusoforfreeholder.com or (973) 747-5617.