The Chester Lioness Club are scheduled to meet for dinner at 6:30 p.m. on Thurs., Feb. 2 in the Lamplighter Restaurant. This evening the club will host Ann F. Grossi, ESQ; the Morris County Clerk. The Morris County Clerk is a Constitutional Officer, holding a position that is established by the New Jersey Constitution. The term of office is 5 years. Ann will give an overview of the duties of her office and answer relevant questions.
Grossi grew up in Parsippany and lives in her family home with her husband and daughter. She considers herself a public servant who has dedicated her life to serving the people, her community and the residents of Morris County.
Within her office, she manages six diverse departments, staffed by 38 employees. From 2010-2013 she sat on the Board of Chosen Freeholders. In addition to having been in the private practice of law, Ann worked as Chief of Enforcement for the Bureau of Enforcement, NJ Dept. of Law and Public Safety overseeing five regional and three satellite offices. She has practiced law in the areas of real estate, library, employment and labor, civil service practices, labor negotiations, disciplinary procedures, discriminatory practices, employee evaluations, interveiwing and hiring practices, landlord/tenant litigations, municipal land use, municipal law, and planning and development.
Community residents are invited to attend his dinner meeting by reservation. To make a reservation, or to learn more about the Chester Lioness Club, phone Lioness Holly Simmenroth at 908-879-5932.