Hoboken gets new environmental services director Replaces John Pope at City Hall

HOBOKEN — Mayor Dawn Zimmer introduced Jennifer Wenson Maier Tuesday as the City of Hoboken’s new Environmental Services Director. Maier will start the job in two weeks. Right now, is the Director of Public Works & Urban Development in Plainfield, N.J., where she has brought in over $11 million in related grants in just three years, according to City Hall.

City Hall says:

In addition to her experience as a public works manager, Ms. Maier is also a certified planner and architect.
“Given the City’s urgent task of building a new municipal garage, Ms. Maier brings an array of expertise that Hoboken needs for this position,” Mayor Zimmer commented.
Mayor Zimmer thanked Director Pope for his service to the city and for agreeing to work with Ms. Maier until March 1 in order to provide a transition period for the department.
“It has been my great privilege to serve the City of Hoboken and its residents,” Director John Pope said. “I have had the opportunity to work with a great group of people in both Human Services and Environmental Services. Their dedication has made my job easier.”
A copy of Ms. Maier’s resume is attached and can be found on the City of Hoboken’s website at www.hobokennj.org.

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