Mayor Dawn Zimmer announces appointment of new Business Administrator

Hoboken, NJ - Friday, April 16th, 2010

City Hall
Marking a critical turning point for the City of Hoboken, Mayor Dawn Zimmer today announced the appointment of a Business Administrator, a critical step toward the end of state fiscal control.

“I’m very excited to announce the appointment of Mr. Arch Liston for Business Administrator,” said Mayor Zimmer. “I’m confident his exceptional record and experience will be a valuable asset to our City.”

Mr. Liston currently serves as Business Administrator for the City of Bridgeton and was previously the Township Manager for Mount Holly. He brings a 25 year public safety record, including serving as police chief of the Mount Holly Police Department.

“I’m honored to be appointed and I look forward to working with Mayor Zimmer and the City Council,” said Mr. Liston.

“Today represents an important step for Hoboken,” added Zimmer. “We’re putting behind us one of the remaining vestiges of past mistakes and looking forward to making Hoboken a better city through competent management, honest governance, and real accountability.”

Mr. Liston’s resume and Mayor Zimmer�s memo announcing the appointment to the City Council are available for download. Approval of the appointment of Mr. Liston will be on the City Council agenda for the April 21st meeting.

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