Cumberland County Commissioner Carol Musso Elected as President of South Jersey Commissioners’ Association

By: Olivia Armstrong, Writer / Follow South Jersey News Reporting Intern

Photo: Jon Bradley | Follow South Jersey

BRIDGETON, N.J. — Carol Musso, the longest serving County Commissioner in Cumberland County, has been elected to serve as President of the South Jersey Commissioners’ Association.

Musso previously served on the Deerfield Township Committee for sixteen years, as well as being Mayor and Deputy Mayor. She also served as vice president of the SJCA, formerly known as the South Jersey Freeholders’ Association, prior to her election as President.

The South Jersey Commissioners’ Association is made up of eight counties in South Jersey, and its goal is to work together and provide information to the citizens of South Jersey and to be seen as the voice of South Jersey. The association works through issues and common conflicts the region has together.

“Through the SJCA, South Jersey is able to unite to promote policies that benefit our region giving us a strong voice that can’t be ignored in Trenton,” Musso said in a press release. “It is an honor to lead a group of dedicated public servants who, unlike so many of our national elected officials, are ready, willing and able to work together to solve problems that impact us all.”

This article was produced by a Follow South Jersey news intern thanks to a grant provided by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation through the New Jersey Health Initiatives program to create hyper-local news to meet the informational and health needs of the City of Bridgeton, N.J.