UPPER FREEHOLD, NJ – Monmouth County Clerk Christine Giordano Hanlon, County Surrogate Rosemarie Peters, and County Sheriff Shaun Golden hosted a successful Mobile County Connection at the Four Seasons in Upper Freehold last month, as part of their outreach effort to various communities in Monmouth County.

“We were proud to visit the Four Seasons in Upper Freehold to offer an important outreach program that provides valuable services to our residents,” said Clerk Hanlon. “We are continuing our commitment to connect people with their County government.”

“It was our pleasure to meet the residents of the Four Seasons and to bring the services of our respective government offices directly to their community,” said Surrogate Peters.

“We were very impressed by the number of Four Seasons residents who utilized our government services,” said Sheriff Golden. “The strong turnout was record breaking, resulting in our most successful Mobile County Connection event yet.”

During the event, Clerk Hanlon and her staff provided residents with passport services, veterans and county identification cards, election and voter information, and free notary services. Surrogate Peters provided information and answered questions regarding probate and wills and also guardianship and adoption. Sheriff Golden and his team issued Ident-Adult identification cards and provided materials regarding the agency’s numerous public outreach programs.

“I can’t tell you how excited this entire community is to have had Christine Hanlon, Shaun Golden and Rosemarie Peters visit,” said Four Seasons Civics Issues Committee Co-Chair Bob Ryan. “Everyone including [the County staff] was so professional and efficient.”

“A big thank you to the Four Seasons Civics Issues Committee, especially Co-Chairs Bob Ryan and Patricia Christenson, for their assistance in making the event such a success,” said Clerk Hanlon.

“It is always rewarding to receive such positive feedback as we continue to make our government services and public safety initiatives more accessible to the residents of Monmouth County,” said Sheriff Golden.

“We look forward to bringing the Mobile County Connection to several more municipalities, communities, and libraries throughout the year,” said Surrogate Peters.

For more information about the Mobile County Connection, please visit or call the Monmouth County Clerk’s Office at 732-431-7324, ext. 8739.


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