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North Brunswick swears in new court administrator

NORTH BRUNSWICK – Municipal officials have administered the oath of office to North Brunswick’s newest court administrator.

Kim Molnar was surrounded by her family members during a virtual swearing in ceremony held on Feb. 1 during a Township Council meeting.

Molnar began her career in 1989 in East Brunswick and has worked in North Brunswick for 25 years.

She succeeds Sheral Rossmann, who retired at the end of 2020.

“I find it a privilege. I love, love what I do. It’s an exciting line of work and I just like being able to help everybody, help the people we meet, even though a lot of times we don’t see them in the best of circumstances. Just trying to get them to, and through, a better resolution and a better outcome, is what we – what myself and my office – will strive to do and help as many people as possible,” Molnar said. “It’s been an incredible honor to work with everybody in the town and to help the residents.”

Mayor Francis “Mac” Womack commented, “I know that you have done an excellent job with the town for many years.”

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