(Camden, NJ) – Camden County Commissioner Jon Young has been named first vice president of the New Jersey Association of Counties (NJAC.) Young, who has served on the Board of Commissioners since 2015, will be officially sworn into the position during a ceremony in Trenton on Jan. 28.
“I’m honored to take on this role as first vice president,” Young said. “I’m always looking for ways to do more for the great people of Camden County and this position will allow me to do that. I’m looking forward to getting started on the board and continuing to move our county in a positive direction.”
Board of Commissioners Director, Louis Cappelli Jr., spoke about Young’s new role as vice president.
“The Board of Commissioners want to congratulate our colleague Jon on this important position that we know he will excel at,” Cappelli said. “Taking on this role is no small feat, it comes with great responsibility and a lot of work, so we’re very thankful that Jon will be serving on this significant statewide board representing all 21 counties.”
NJAC serves as an advocacy group for county governments and their taxpayers, promotes federal and state legislative initiatives that advance county interests.