For Immediate Release:
FREEHOLD – Freeholder Barbara J. McMorrow has been appointed to the Governor’s Teenage Driver Study Commission.
“I am deeply grateful for the opportunity to tackle the issues that face young drivers, their peers, their families, and their community,” Freeholder McMorrow said. “I want to ensure that our young drivers are well-prepared to take on the responsibility of driving and that they help to make our roads safe for all.”
As a retired public school teacher and principal, McMorrow brings to the commission 30 years of first hand experience in working for and with teen-agers in
McMorrow was also a founding member of
The Commission will study and evaluate the driving education and training programs for
“Teenage driving safety and the graduated license program is a matter of great concern in
The Commission consists of 15 members, seven appointed by the Governor, four members appointed by the Senate President and four members appointed by the Speaker of the Assembly.