On June 6, Monmouth County Freeholder Director Thomas A. Arnone will be honored with a Circle of Excellence Award by the Greater Monmouth Chamber of Commerce for his achievements in public service.
Arnone has spent the last 15 years serving his community through his work as an elected official, serving as councilman and mayor of Neptune City before becoming a Freeholder in 2011.
“I am extremely honored to be recognized by Greater Monmouth Chamber of Commerce for my dedication to public service,” Arnone said. “The advancements made in the expansion of the County’s Shared Services program, the development of our Grow Monmouth initiative and the establishment of a Tourism Advisory Group are some of the projects that I have been leading during my tenure on the freeholder board. These projects have been making a positive impact on business as well as county and local government operations.”
The Greater Monmouth Chamber of Commerce recently announced this year’s Circle of Excellence Award winners. Categories include Chairman’s Award, Public Service, Non Profit, Major Business, Small Business, Community Service and Chamber Volunteer of the Year.
Arnone has been active in state wide professional organization. He became president of the New Jersey Conference of Mayors in 2010 after serving a term as Vice President. He is also an active member of the New Jersey League of Municipalities as a member of the State Resolutions Committee and Nominating Committee.
The annual Circle of Excellence Awards Dinner will take place at the Battleground Country Club in Manalapan at 6 p.m. on June 6. Tickets are available through the Greater Monmouth Chamber of Commerce at 732-462-3030.