Ex-Gov. To Serve On New Plainfield Mayor’s Transition Team

PLAINFIELD – Mayor-elect Adrian Mapp has named former Gov. James E. McGreevey to serve on his transition team, according to a MyCentralJersey.com report.

McGreevey, a former three-term mayor in Woodbridge, has lived in Plainfield since 2006.

Other notable figures who will serve on Mapp’s transition team of more than 100 volunteers organized into 11 subcommittees include Union County Freeholder Linda Carter, Hudson County Freeholder Bill O’Dea and attorney Michael DeCotiis, according to the report.

Mapp was elected in a landslide victory on Tuesday, winning more than 70 percent of the vote. In a somewhat closer primary race in June, he defeated incumbent Mayor Sharon Robinson-Briggs by a 61 percent – 39 percent margin.

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