NJDOT Commissioner Jack Lettiere
to receive 'Cabinet Member of the Year' Award
New Jersey Conference of Mayors to recognize Commissioner's outstanding achievements
(TRENTON) - The NJ Conference of Mayors will be awarding Commissioner Jack
Lettiere the 'Cabinet Member of the Year' award at their 42nd
Annual Conference at the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City today.
Mayor William Pickolycky, President of the NJCM and Mayor
of Woodbine Borough will be presenting the award.
"No matter how large or how small the municipality, this Commissioner
treats every one equally with the same dedicated interest and
attention," stated Mayor Pickolycky. The Hyperbuild and Fix-It-First
models are just two of the many successful initiatives formed
under the stewardship of this Commissioner, and we at the NJCM
are committed to working with him and his agenda.
the passion, dedication and support of Commissioner Lettiere,
many of today's significant improvements within New Jersey's transportation
infrastructure would not have materialized," said Don Fauerbach,
Executive Director for the NJ Conference of Mayors.
F. 'Jack' Lettiere has served as Commissioner of the New Jersey
Department of Transportation since December of 2002. He
is a 30 year veteran of NJDOT, previously serving as Deputy Commissioner
and Assistant Commissioner for Capital Investment.