Report: Plainfield officials expected Hoboken’s new public works director to stay there longer

HOBOKEN — According to a story in today’s New Brunswick Home News, Jennifer Wenson-Maier, the new public works director in Hoboken, was expected to stay in her old job a little longer by Plainfield officials. However, Wenson-Maier was to be replaced on April 1.
The paper writes:

The [Hoboken City Hall] news release states that Wenson-Maier will start her new job in two weeks, but Plainfield officials have said that she was expected to serve as acting public works director here through April 1, when she was to be replaced by Newark planning official David G. Brown II.
Neither Wenson-Maier nor Plainfield Mayor Sharon Robinson-Briggs were immediately available for comment Wednesday afternoon.
Wenson-Maier is a resident of Rahway, and serves as the Fifth Ward representative on the Municipal Council there. According to her resume, a link to which appeared next to the news release on Hoboken’s Web site, Wenson-Maier is a 1982 graduate of the University of Miami (Florida) and held a $104,000 annual salary during her four-year tenure in Plainfield.

Wenson-Maier’s resume and information are available on Hoboken’s web site here.

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