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Priscilla B. Anderson

Vice Chairperson

Burlington County Historical Society

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Burlington County Historical Society

454 Lawrence St

Burlington, New Jersey,08016

United States

Company Description

A 501C (3) organization, BCHS believes in the daily relevance of history and seeks ways to enliven it for the public in dynamic and exciting ways. Since 1915, we have served Burlington County residents and visitors, acquiring and preserving historical artifa...more

Background Information

Employment History

Guidance Counselor

Trenton Central High School


Affiliations

NJGOP

State Committee Member


The NJ Amistad Commission

President


Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield

Board Member


The Bridge Commission

Treasurer


Salem County

Republican State Committee Member


Education

Bachelors Degree

Education

The College of New Jersey


Masters degree

Education

The College of New Jersey


Web References(54 Total References)


Burlington County Bridge Commission -- home

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Priscilla B. Anderson, Vice Chairwoman


Press Release Archive

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Palmyra- At its November 9th reorganization meeting, John Comegno was re-elected Chairman by fellow Burlington County Bridge Commissioners Priscilla Anderson and Troy Singleton.
Priscilla B. Anderson was also re-elected to the position of Vice-Chairwoman. "As a former educator, I'm gratified that this initiative was named a 'Bright Idea', but the real winners are the students who have an opportunity for hands-on experiences on our bridges and the motorists who use our safe and affordable bridges every day," said Commissioner Priscilla Anderson. Palmyra- Burlington County Bridge Commissioners John Comegno, Priscilla Anderson, and Troy Singleton voted today to adopt the Commission's 2011 Annual Budget and Capital Budget Program, which was approved by the State of New Jersey, and includes no toll increase on its two toll bridges. Commissioners John Comegno, Priscilla Anderson, and Troy Singleton provided an update the Commission's meeting tonight on construction projects in progress that will incorporate smart technology, enhance security measures, and revitalize the Commission's two movable spans. "I continue to be amazed, even impressed, by the constant improvements made to our bridges and facilities," remarked Vice Chairwoman Anderson. "Sharing services in this way allows the Commission and its partners to get what they need, all with significant cost savings," added Vice Chairperson Priscilla B. Anderson. "Towns can not only measure their energy consumption but also do something about it, all to the fiscal benefit of their residents," said Vice Chairperson Priscilla B. Anderson. Palmyra, NJ - At today's meeting, Bridge Commissioners John Comegno, Priscilla Anderson and Troy Singleton took action to further the Commission's commitment to shared services and consolidation by formally agreeing to assume the County's economic development and regional planning functions. Vice Chairwoman Priscilla B. Anderson praised the move: "This change is certainly in the best interests of the Burlington County taxpayers. Palmyra, NJ - Burlington County Bridge Commissioners John Comegno, Priscilla Anderson, and Troy Singleton voted unanimously today to give up salaries and benefits they receive as Bridge Commissioners. Palmyra, NJ - Burlington County Bridge Commissioners John Comegno, Priscilla Anderson, and Troy Singleton rolled out the Commission's 2010 Capital Program for its historic landmark bridges, which will include the Commission's largest project since 1995. "Our staff and the professionals at Pennoni deserve much credit for all the work they do to keep our bridges safe and affordable," said Vice Chairwoman Priscilla B. Anderson. "The only status quo you'll find at the Bridge Commission is in our tolls," said Vice Chairwoman Priscilla B. Anderson. Palmyra- At its November 9th reorganization meeting, John Comegno was re-elected Chairman by fellow Burlington County Bridge Commissioners Priscilla Anderson and Troy Singleton. Priscilla B. Anderson was also re-elected to the position of Vice-Chairwoman. "As a former educator, I'm gratified that this initiative was named a 'Bright Idea', but the real winners are the students who have an opportunity for hands-on experiences on our bridges and the motorists who use our safe and affordable bridges every day," said Commissioner Priscilla Anderson. Palmyra- Burlington County Bridge Commissioners John Comegno, Priscilla Anderson, and Troy Singleton voted today to adopt the Commission's 2011 Annual Budget and Capital Budget Program, which was approved by the State of New Jersey, and includes no toll increase on its two toll bridges. Commissioners John Comegno, Priscilla Anderson, and Troy Singleton provided an update the Commission's meeting tonight on construction projects in progress that will incorporate smart technology, enhance security measures, and revitalize the Commission's two movable spans. "I continue to be amazed, even impressed, by the constant improvements made to our bridges and facilities," remarked Vice Chairwoman Anderson. "Sharing services in this way allows the Commission and its partners to get what they need, all with significant cost savings," added Vice Chairperson Priscilla B. Anderson. "Towns can not only measure their energy consumption but also do something about it, all to the fiscal benefit of their residents," said Vice Chairperson Priscilla B. Anderson. Palmyra, NJ - At today's meeting, Bridge Commissioners John Comegno, Priscilla Anderson and Troy Singleton took action to further the Commission's commitment to shared services and consolidation by formally agreeing to assume the County's economic development and regional planning functions. Vice Chairwoman Priscilla B. Anderson praised the move: "This change is certainly in the best interests of the Burlington County taxpayers. Palmyra, NJ - Burlington County Bridge Commissioners John Comegno, Priscilla Anderson, and Troy Singleton voted unanimously today to give up salaries and benefits they receive as Bridge Commissioners. Palmyra, NJ - Burlington County Bridge Commissioners John Comegno, Priscilla Anderson, and Troy Singleton rolled out the Commission's 2010 Capital Program for its historic landmark bridges, which will include the Commission's largest project since 1995. "Our staff and the professionals at Pennoni deserve much credit for all the work they do to keep our bridges safe and affordable," said Vice Chairwoman Priscilla B. Anderson. "The only status quo you'll find at the Bridge Commission is in our tolls," said Vice Chairwoman Priscilla B. Anderson. "Having testified myself in this case, I know firsthand how complex the legal and engineering issues were," said Vice Chairperson Priscilla B. Anderson. Priscilla B. Anderson was also re-elected to the position of Vice-Chairwoman. "We will continue to hold the line on tolls while we help the taxpayers of Burlington County," said Vice Chairwoman Anderson. "Having been an educator myself, I am thrilled that today's students will benefit from this initiative-and will learn from actual data being sent from our bridges to the classroom live via the internet," said Priscilla B. Anderson, Commission Vice-Chairwoman. "Zero inconvenience for the motoring public-that's what this traveler system comes down to," said Vice Chairwoman Priscilla B. Anderson. "As a former Mayor, I can see of no reason for towns not to avail themselves of this shared service," said Vice Chairperson Priscilla B. Anderson. "We did the responsible thing-first, by trying to fund this enormous project with outside sources, and second, by remaining true to our commitment to see it through, whether or not the federal funds are available," said Vice Chairwoman Priscilla B. Anderson. "And for every dollar spent by the Commission, $22 in grants were awarded-an impressive return on investment," said Anderson. Palmyra-Burlington County Bridge Commissioners John B. Comegno II, Priscilla B. Anderson, and Troy E. Singleton reaffirmed the Commission's commitment to the Rancocas Creek clean-up as the final three phases of the project were approved at today's Commission meeting. "A free-flowing creek will go a long way to avoiding the flooding that caused more than $25 million in damage to homes and businesses in the storms of 2004 and 2007," said Vice Chairwoman Priscilla B. Anderson. "As I've said in the past, our taxpayers and toll payers are in difficult economic times," Vice Chairwoman Anderson said. "I'm eager to work with Mr. Singleton, given the sense of unity that I've heard he wants to bring to this experience ," said Vice Chairwoman Anderson. "This is 'going green' in more ways than one," said Vice Chairperson Priscilla B. Anderson. Commissioner and Vice Chair Priscilla B. Anderson praised the maintenance staff for their flexibility and willingness to learn and do new things. "To say we value our employees is an understatement," she said. Vice Chairwoman Priscilla B. Anderson added: "The new system will be faster-four times faster-with less chance of failure because there will be backup reinforcements built into the system, so if one link fails another will carry the transmission successfully." Palmyra-Today, Burlington County Bridge Commissioners John B. Comegno II, Priscilla B. Anderson, and James E. Fletcher approved a resolution authorizing execution of the amendment to the "Management Rights Agreement" for Palmyra Cove Nature Park that saves 50 acres from disposal of dredge materials. Standing in front of one of the debris fields, loc


Press Releases

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Although he has enormous shoes to fill with the departure of Commissioner Anderson, I am sure that he will adopt the same team approach to managing the affairs of the Commission."
Palmyra- At its November 9th reorganization meeting, John Comegno was re-elected Chairman by fellow Burlington County Bridge Commissioners Priscilla Anderson and Troy Singleton. Priscilla B. Anderson was also re-elected to the position of Vice-Chairwoman. "As a former educator, I'm gratified that this initiative was named a 'Bright Idea', but the real winners are the students who have an opportunity for hands-on experiences on our bridges and the motorists who use our safe and affordable bridges every day," said Commissioner Priscilla Anderson. Palmyra- Burlington County Bridge Commissioners John Comegno, Priscilla Anderson, and Troy Singleton voted today to adopt the Commission's 2011 Annual Budget and Capital Budget Program, which was approved by the State of New Jersey, and includes no toll increase on its two toll bridges. Commissioners John Comegno, Priscilla Anderson, and Troy Singleton provided an update the Commission's meeting tonight on construction projects in progress that will incorporate smart technology, enhance security measures, and revitalize the Commission's two movable spans. "I continue to be amazed, even impressed, by the constant improvements made to our bridges and facilities," remarked Vice Chairwoman Anderson. "Sharing services in this way allows the Commission and its partners to get what they need, all with significant cost savings," added Vice Chairperson Priscilla B. Anderson. "Towns can not only measure their energy consumption but also do something about it, all to the fiscal benefit of their residents," said Vice Chairperson Priscilla B. Anderson. Palmyra, NJ - At today's meeting, Bridge Commissioners John Comegno, Priscilla Anderson and Troy Singleton took action to further the Commission's commitment to shared services and consolidation by formally agreeing to assume the County's economic development and regional planning functions. Vice Chairwoman Priscilla B. Anderson praised the move: "This change is certainly in the best interests of the Burlington County taxpayers. Palmyra, NJ - Burlington County Bridge Commissioners John Comegno, Priscilla Anderson, and Troy Singleton voted unanimously today to give up salaries and benefits they receive as Bridge Commissioners. Palmyra, NJ - Burlington County Bridge Commissioners John Comegno, Priscilla Anderson, and Troy Singleton rolled out the Commission's 2010 Capital Program for its historic landmark bridges, which will include the Commission's largest project since 1995. "Our staff and the professionals at Pennoni deserve much credit for all the work they do to keep our bridges safe and affordable," said Vice Chairwoman Priscilla B. Anderson. "The only status quo you'll find at the Bridge Commission is in our tolls," said Vice Chairwoman Priscilla B. Anderson.


Press Releases

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Palmyra-At its November 9th reorganization meeting, John Comegno was re-elected Chairman by fellow Burlington County Bridge Commissioners Priscilla Anderson and Troy Singleton.
Priscilla B. Anderson was also re-elected to the position of Vice-Chairwoman. "As a former educator, I'm gratified that this initiative was named a 'Bright Idea', but the real winners are the students who have an opportunity for hands-on experiences on our bridges and the motorists who use our safe and affordable bridges every day," said Commissioner Priscilla Anderson. Palmyra-Burlington County Bridge Commissioners John Comegno, Priscilla Anderson, and Troy Singleton voted today to adopt the Commission's 2011 Annual Budget and Capital Budget Program, which was approved by the State of New Jersey, and includes no toll increase on its two toll bridges. Palmyra, NJ - The Burlington County Bridge Commission is investing more than $14 million dollars this year in five maintenance projects to improve its landmark Tacony-Palmyra and Burlington-Bristol Bridges. Commissioners John Comegno, Priscilla Anderson, and Troy Singleton provided an update the Commission's meeting tonight on construction projects in progress that will incorporate smart technology, enhance security measures, and revitalize the Commission's two movable spans.   "Sharing services in this way allows the Commission and its partners to get what they need, all with significant cost savings," added Vice Chairperson Priscilla B. Anderson. "Towns can not only measure their energy consumption but also do something about it, all to the fiscal benefit of their residents," said Vice Chairperson Priscilla B. Anderson. Palmyra, NJ - At today's meeting, Bridge Commissioners John Comegno, Priscilla Anderson and Troy Singleton took action to further the Commission's commitment to shared services and consolidation by formally agreeing to assume the County's economic development and regional planning functions. Vice Chairwoman Priscilla B. Anderson praised the move: "This change is certainly in the best interests of the Burlington County taxpayers. Palmyra, NJ - Burlington County Bridge Commissioners John Comegno, Priscilla Anderson, and Troy Singleton voted unanimously today to give up salaries and benefits they receive as Bridge Commissioners. Comegno also highlighted that the Bridge Commission is already compliant with Governor Christie's Executive Order #15, in which Christie called on independent State authorities, boards, and commissions to employ the same safeguards that are standard practices in state government. Palmyra, NJ -  Burlington County Bridge Commissioners John Comegno, Priscilla Anderson, and Troy Singleton rolled out the Commission's 2010 Capital Program for its historic landmark bridges, which will include the Commission's largest project since 1995. The Commission announced today that it will completely replace the grid deck on the moveable span of the Tacony-Palmyra Bridge and will install "smart" gauges on the deck to monitor the closing of the moveable bascule span after bridge openings for marine traffic on the Delaware. "Our staff and the professionals at Pennoni deserve much credit for all the work they do to keep our bridges safe and affordable," said Vice Chairwoman Priscilla B. Anderson.


2010 Press Releases

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Palmyra- At its November 9th reorganization meeting, John Comegno was re-elected Chairman by fellow Burlington County Bridge Commissioners Priscilla Anderson and Troy Singleton.
Priscilla B. Anderson was also re-elected to the position of Vice-Chairwoman. "As a former educator, I'm gratified that this initiative was named a 'Bright Idea', but the real winners are the students who have an opportunity for hands-on experiences on our bridges and the motorists who use our safe and affordable bridges every day," said Commissioner Priscilla Anderson. Palmyra- Burlington County Bridge Commissioners John Comegno, Priscilla Anderson, and Troy Singleton voted today to adopt the Commission's 2011 Annual Budget and Capital Budget Program, which was approved by the State of New Jersey, and includes no toll increase on its two toll bridges. Commissioners John Comegno, Priscilla Anderson, and Troy Singleton provided an update the Commission's meeting tonight on construction projects in progress that will incorporate smart technology, enhance security measures, and revitalize the Commission's two movable spans. "I continue to be amazed, even impressed, by the constant improvements made to our bridges and facilities," remarked Vice Chairwoman Anderson. "Sharing services in this way allows the Commission and its partners to get what they need, all with significant cost savings," added Vice Chairperson Priscilla B. Anderson. "Towns can not only measure their energy consumption but also do something about it, all to the fiscal benefit of their residents," said Vice Chairperson Priscilla B. Anderson. Palmyra, NJ - At today's meeting, Bridge Commissioners John Comegno, Priscilla Anderson and Troy Singleton took action to further the Commission's commitment to shared services and consolidation by formally agreeing to assume the County's economic development and regional planning functions. Vice Chairwoman Priscilla B. Anderson praised the move: "This change is certainly in the best interests of the Burlington County taxpayers. Palmyra, NJ - Burlington County Bridge Commissioners John Comegno, Priscilla Anderson, and Troy Singleton voted unanimously today to give up salaries and benefits they receive as Bridge Commissioners. Palmyra, NJ - Burlington County Bridge Commissioners John Comegno, Priscilla Anderson, and Troy Singleton rolled out the Commission's 2010 Capital Program for its historic landmark bridges, which will include the Commission's largest project since 1995. "Our staff and the professionals at Pennoni deserve much credit for all the work they do to keep our bridges safe and affordable," said Vice Chairwoman Priscilla B. Anderson. "The only status quo you'll find at the Bridge Commission is in our tolls," said Vice Chairwoman Priscilla B. Anderson.


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