LINDEN, NJ - David G. Brown II Appointed to NJ’s Association of Environmental Authorities Board of Directors. David G. Brown II, the Executive Director of the Linden-Roselle Sewerage Authority, has been appointed to the Board of Directors for the Association of Environmental Authorities. Brown has served on AEA’s Legislative Advisory Committee since 2018.
“David brings a wealth of experience and insights gained from his leadership in multiple roles,” said Peggy Gallos, the Executive Director of AEA. “As one of our new Board members, Dave brings talent, expertise and energy to the table.”
AEA, a NJ trade association representing public local, regional, and county agencies that provide water, wastewater, and solid waste service to millions of New Jerseyans. Its mission of AEA is to provide information, education and advocacy that help member organizations provide professional, efficient and cost-effective service to their ratepayers.
“I am extremely honored and excited to take on this new role for such a hard-working and driven organization,” said Brown.
Brown is a lifelong resident of Long Branch, NJ. He graduated from Kean University with a Bachelor of Arts, and a Masters of Arts in Public Administration.
In 2005, Brown became the first African American Borough Administrator for the Borough of Roselle. In 2007, he was asked by Newark Mayor Cory Booker’s Administration to serve as the lead project manager for the Newark Arena (Prudential Center). He later served as Director of the Urban Enterprise Zone. Upon completion of the Arena in 2010, David served as the Director of Public Works & Urban Development for the City of Plainfield.
In 2011, David returned to Borough of Roselle where he served as the Borough Administrator. In 2016, David was appointed by the Governor of New Jersey to the Monmouth County Board of Taxation as a Commissioner.
In December 2017, he assumed the position of Executive Director of the Linden Roselle Sewerage Authority, where he continues to serve.
The Linden Roselle Sewerage Authority, created in 1948, services the City of Linden and the Borough of Roselle and was established to contract and operate wastewater treatment and interceptor facilities in order to collect, treat and dispose of sewage generated by the municipalities. The Authority's service area is 13 square miles, and it services a residential population of 60,000 and a diverse industrial community.
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