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New Jersey Regional Coalition
Also participating in the meeting with Senator Menendez were: Deacon Paul Bellan-Boyer, St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, Jersey City (ELCA); Rev. David Ford, St. Matthew Baptist Church, Roselle; Father Jack Martin of St. Mary's of the Ascension Catholic Church, Elizabeth; BONJ Leader and freeholder candidate Machell Still-Pettis of Burlington County; Deputy Mayor Jacqueline Jennings of Willingboro; Rev. Ramon Collazo of Santa Isabel Lutheran Church in Elizabeth; Cynthia Cumming of the Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in West Orange; and Nicole Plett, Vice President of Building One NJ and Trustee of the League of Women Voters of Lawrence Township who chaired the meeting.
BONJ's New Jersey delegation included: Assemblywoman Mila Jasey, Mayor David DelVecchio of Lambertville, Mayor John Bencivengo of Hamilton in Mercer County, Mayor Joseph Florio of Union Township, Mayor Paul Medany of Deptford, Mayor Gail Cook of Beverly, Mayor Victor De Luca of Maplewood, Mayor Albert Kelly of Bridgeton, Deputy Mayor Jacqueline Jennings of Willingboro, Councilwoman Diane Stinney of Pemberton, Councilwoman Lizette Parker of Teaneck, Councilman Nicholas Lewis of Montclair, Member of Board of Education Archange Antoine of Roselle, Member of Board of Education of Hamilton Township Kim Melton of Atlantic County, Former NJ Commissioner of Banking and Insurance Neil Jasey, Dr. Roland Anglin of Rutgers University, Dr. David Trout of Rutgers University, Rev. R. Lenton Buffalo, Jr. of Union Baptist Church in Elizabeth, Marty Johnson of Isles, Rev. Darrell L. Armstrong of Shiloh Baptist Church in Trenton, and Kiki Jamieson of the Fund for New Jersey.
Deputy Mayor Jacqueline ...
Deputy Mayor Jacqueline Jennings, who backs the measure, was not present.
Providence Teachers Union List of Schools
Delegate: Jacqueline Jennings456-9414
A Window Into Regionâ€™s Housing Crisis Mortgage Law Central Mortgage Assistance
Sometime around 2008, Deputy Mayor Jackie Jennings remembers, the list of foreclosures in town took my breath away.
Another recipient of the $5,560 payment ...
Another recipient of the $5,560 payment not to take insurance: Deputy Mayor Jacqueline Jennings, who already is eligible for public health benefits through her $104,500 job as a director at the New Jersey Schools Development Authority.