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Freeholder John Cesaro Seeks 3rd Term to the Morris County Freeholder Board

PARSIPPANY — Parsippany resident and Morris County Freeholder, John Cesaro, is seeking his third term on the Morris County Freeholder Board.  “I am looking forward to serving another three years as a freeholder and committed to working hard to keep Morris County one of the best places to live, work and raise a family” states Cesaro.

John Cesaro has been a resident of Parsippany for 26 years and is married with two sons.  Cesaro served for 6½ years on the Parsippany Township Council until he was elected to the Morris County Freeholder Board in 2012.  While on the Township Council, Cesaro was a proponent of traffic issues and keeping a close eye on expenses.

It is those same issues that have remained important to Cesaro as a member of the Freeholder Board.  During his tenure on the Freeholder Board, Cesaro is serving as the Liaison to Public Works.  “The municipalities in our County have been very clear about many of their needs.  One in particular, is their roads.  As a result, the County has embarked upon a road paving policy which seeks to pave 25-30 miles of roadway per year.  In 2017, the County paved approximately 27.4 miles of County roads and we look forward to continuing our efforts” Cesaro stated.

Focusing on the taxpayer wallets, Cesaro is proud of his record of providing the County taxpayers with the sound fiscal management they deserve.  “I am proud of my record of providing the taxpayers with a budget containing 0 increases for 3 years.  When I felt strongly about a budget increase, I did not vote for it” stated Cesaro.  Cesaro also touts the accolades that the financial institutions give the County with reference to our conservative financial management.  “I am proud that year after year we continue to maintain our AAA bond rating.  Further, these same agencies continue to praise Morris County as having a ‘history of conservative budgeting and balanced financial operations’ which, in the end, benefits our County residents” states Cesaro.

As the primary campaign season comes to life, Cesaro hopes to count on the support of his hometown neighbors and friends as well as the voters throughout Morris County.  “For years, I have gone to thousands of doors throughout Parsippany and our County.  In doing so, I learned about the many concerns raised by our residents.  I have been able to relay these concerns to our administration and have always sought to get the best possible results.  I hope that the primary voters, as well as the general election voters, will bless me with another term on the Freeholder Board” stated Cesaro.

Cesaro is married to Melissa and they have two sons.  He is a private attorney and a parishioner and lector at St. Christopher’s Church.  Prior to being elected to the Morris County Freeholder Board, Cesaro was a Councilman in Parsippany from January 2006 through June 2012.

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Frank L. Cahill
Frank L. Cahill
Publisher of Parsippany Focus since 1989 and Morris Focus since 2019, both covering a wide range of events. Mr. Cahill serves as the Executive Board Member of the Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce, President of Kiwanis Club of Tri-Town and Chairman of Parsippany-Troy Hills Economic Development Advisory Board.
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