Christie names Red Tape Commission

Gov. Chris Christie has released the names of the new members of the Red Tape Commission formed earlier this year by an executive order.

The order was signed by Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno in her first official act as acting governor.

The nine-member Commission will review administrative rules and regulations to help ease barriers to job creation, economic growth, and investment throughout New Jersey.

“For far too long, New Jersey residents have been faced with layers of burdensome rules and regulations that make it difficult and expensive for New Jersey’s businesses to succeed.  Regulatory reform is essential for New Jersey to compete in the global economy,” Christie said in a release. “I want to thank each of the new members for their willingness to serve and I look forward to their recommendations on how to improve New Jersey’s climate for economic growth and job creation.”

The members are appointed by Christie are:

Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno (Monmouth Beach, Monmouth County), Chair, Red Tape Review Commission

Senator Steven Oroho (Franklin, Sussex County), Member, Red Tape Review Commission

Senator Brian P. Stack (Union City, Hudson County), Member, Red Tape Review Commission

Assemblyman John Burzichelli (Paulsboro, Gloucester County), Member, Red Tape Review Commission

 Assemblyman Scott Rumana (Wayne, Passaic County), Member, Red Tape Review Commission

Mayor Brian D.  Levine (Somerset, Somerset County), Member, Red Tape Review Commission

Edward B. Deutsch (Bernardsville, Somerset County), Member, Red Tape Review Commission

John Galandak (Sandyston, Sussex County), Member, Red Tape Review Commission

Tony Monteiro (Elizabeth, Union County), Member, Red Tape Review Commission. Christie names Red Tape Commission