Above: Gottheimer administers the oath of office for New Milford Councilwoman Thea Sirrochy-Hurley
NEW MILFORD, NJ — On Monday, January 3, 2022, U.S. Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) administered the oath of office virtually for New Milford Councilwoman Thea Sirocchi-Hurley
In New Milford, Gottheimer was joined by New Milford Mayor Mike Putrino, Senator Joe Lagana, Assemblywoman Lisa Swain, Assemblywoman Chris Tully, Commissioner Tracy Zur, Commissioner Mary Amoroso, Council President Hedy Grant, Councilman Ira Grotsky, Councilwoman Lisa Sandhusen, Councilman Matt Seymour, and Councilwoman Randi Duffie.
“Those taking this oath today have been entrusted with the most fundamental duties of government: making sure our roads are paved, ensuring there is clean water, and keeping our families safe. This is a solemn duty — to govern and to lead — especially today with COVID variants still running rampant, with our economy reopening and small businesses getting back on their feet, our kids back in school, and as we all work to make life more affordable for our families and seniors,” said Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5).
Gottheimer noted, “Councilwoman Thea Sirocchi-Hurley has served her last two terms in office with a talent and commitment to detail that helps her to make a difference every day, and I know she will bring that exact same energy to her third term — helping to make New Milford even greater place to live, to do business, and to raise a family.”