November 16th Meeting – Freehold Township Republican Club Meeting – Newly Re-elected Monmouth County Freeholder John Curley will be the guest speaker.

 THE NEXT REPUBLICAN CLUB MEETINGMonday. November 16th. Guest presenter will be our newly re-elected Monmouth County Freeholder John Curley. If you haven’t heard John before, you can’t miss him presenting his plans now that he’s been re-elected to his 2nd term


John Curly 10-06-2015

John is a fourth generation Monmouth County resident growing up in Shrewsbury. He’s an alumni of Christian Brothers Academy and has his Bachelor of Arts degree in Government from Thomas Edison State College. He is Vice President of Jim Curley GMC Buick and Kia auto dealership in Lakewood and serves as a trustee of the Christian Brothers Academy Alumni, and has been a trustee of the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, Central Jersey Chapter.
Mr. Curley became immersed in a political life with his election in 2002 as a Democrat on the Red Bank Borough Council. During his 5-year tenure serving in many capacities which included: a member of the Red Bank Zoning Board of Adjustment; council liaison to the local Planning Board; the Historic Preservation Commission; and Special Improvement District and the Public Works Committee. Seeing the light, he also transitioned as a Republican becaming Red Bank mayor in 2006.
John resides now in Middletown, and has been a staunch proponent of fiscal responsivity leading improvements always mindful of taxpayers. Most noted during his first term as a Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders is limiting costs and in many cases eliminating unnecessary spending in running the county’s government. By promoting and implementing a philosophy of “Zero Base Budgeting”, which counters the familiar practice of what did we spend in the prior year, and do at least add the same in the future year adjusting upward for inflation, spending has held firm. Instead John asks, “do we still need it, if so, to what degree, and then, can we spend less for the same thing”. Bottom-line, we get better government.
Freeholder Curley was a major factor in rooting out corruption, mismanagement and overspending of Brookdale Community College’s leadership ultimately removed the College’s President.
Lets hear what he has in store for his second term.
Szechuan Star Restaurant, Route 9 South near its intersection with Elton-Adelphia Road.
Dinner will be served at 6:30 P.M.  A nominal fee will be charged for dinner. 

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