Health & Wellness

DCP Advisory Board Elects Colucci Presiding Officer

Colucci and his wife Kristin ring in the New Year.
Colucci and familiy (from left to right: Gavin, Hayleigh, Alexis) at the Summit Annual Fourth of July Celebration.

SUMMIT, NJ - The Summit Department of Community Programs (DCP) Advisory Board has announced that Jamie Colucci has been elected Presiding Officer for the 2014 term.  Summit Community Programs Director, Judith Leblein Josephs, welcomed the latest decision, stating,  “Jamie has served on the Advisory Board for the past 18 months with enthusiasm and dedication, and we are thrilled to have him as our new Presiding Officer.”

Colucci is a Summit resident, where he lives with his wife Kristin, son Gavin, daughters Alexis and Hayleigh and stepdaughter, Kayla.  As a Summit resident, he and his family have frequently taken advantage of the programs and events the department has to offer.  “Summit is truly a special town.  All of the wonderful events sponsored by the Department of Community Programs such as the Hot Summer Nights Concert Series, the Screen on the Green Outdoor Movie Series, and the Mayor’s Annual Fourth of July Celebration all play a big part in making our community so special.  I am just happy to be a part of it,” said Colucci.

Colucci is a lifelong NJ resident, and CEO of James Colucci Enterprises LLC, a multi-national corporation with offices located both in New Jersey and overseas.  The company’s five brands and eighteen websites specialize in Aerial Photography Videography, Still Photography, Floor Plan Drafting, Architectural Rendering, Virtual Staging, Website creation as well as IOS and Android app design.

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Several other changes will take place within the Summit DCP Advisory Board, as Guy Haselmaan, former Presiding Officer, and Eileen Forman-Ludden retire and make way for new members, Andy Smith and Greg Elliott.   Smith holds a career as a local attorney, and is a former member of the Summit Board of Health.   Elliott serves as the COO / Publisher for the Summit Alternative Press, with a former career in professional Sports Management. 


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