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Metuchen resident retires from MCIA

After 28 years of service to Middlesex County, Leonard J. Roseman, left, retired from the Middlesex County Improvement Authority Board (MCIA) in April. A long-time resident of Metuchen, he served as an MCIA Board Member since its inception in 1990. He served as chairman of the board since 2001. He also served as a council member and council president for the Metuchen Borough Council. Middlesex County Freeholder Director Ronald G. Rios, right, led the freeholder board in recognizing Roseman during a meeting on May 17.PHOTO COURTESY OF THE MIDDLESEX COUNTY OFFICE OF COMMUNICATION
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After 28 years of service to Middlesex County, Leonard J. Roseman, left, retired from the Middlesex County Improvement Authority Board (MCIA) in April. A long-time resident of Metuchen, he served as an MCIA Board Member since its inception in 1990. He served as chairman of the board since 2001. He also served as a council member and council president for the Metuchen Borough Council. Middlesex County Freeholder Director Ronald G. Rios, right, led the freeholder board in recognizing Roseman during a meeting on May 17.PHOTO COURTESY OF THE MIDDLESEX COUNTY OFFICE OF COMMUNICATION

After 28 years of service to Middlesex County, Leonard J. Roseman, left, retired from the Middlesex County Improvement Authority Board (MCIA) in April. A long-time resident of Metuchen, he served as an MCIA Board Member since its inception in 1990. He served as chairman of the board since 2001. He also served as a council member and council president for the Metuchen Borough Council. Middlesex County Freeholder Director Ronald G. Rios, right, led the freeholder board in recognizing Roseman during a meeting on May 17.

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