Monteiro Appointed To Red Tape Review Commission

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Gov. Chris Christie appointed Elizabeth resident Tony Monteiro to the Red Tape Review Commission last week.

ELIZABETH – Gov. Chris Christie appointed Elizabeth resident Tony Monteiro to the newly-created Red Tape Review Commission last week. The nine-member body, created by Executive Order No. 41, will review administrative rules and regulations and solicit public input on regulatory barriers in order to analyze the impact on job creation, economic growth, and investment throughout the state.

Monteiro has had 22 years of experience in the public sector and has established four new and active businesses. He currently is the vice president of Dynamic Insurance Center, owner and founder of.H.W.G.A.LLC, and owner of Cookies No Crumbs.

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Monteiro was a member of the City of Elizabeth Board of Education from 2006 to 2008. From 1994 until 2002 he served as a Councilman from the Fifth Ward of Elizabeth. While there, he was instrumental in supporting large-scale development projects to bring new jobs into Elizabeth. He is fluent in both Spanish and Portuguese allowing him to work with a broad base of clients leading to his success in the businesses he played a part in creating.

He graduated from Rutgers University in 1987 with a B.S. in accounting where he was on the Foundation President’s Council.

The Red Tape Review Commission will be chaired by Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno and also include state Senator Steven Oroho, state Senator Brian P. Stack, Assemblyman John Burzichelli, Assemblyman Scott Rumana, Somerset Mayor Brian D. Levine, Edward B. Deutsch and John Galandak. These direct appointments by the Governor do not require Senate confirmation.


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