Gerry P. Little
Gerry P. Little is a politician who has served as a member of the Ocean County, New Jersey Board of Chosen Freeholders. Little was appointed to the Board of Chosen Freeholders in December 2003 following the death of Freeholder James J. Mancini.
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During his 19 years as Chief of Staff for State Senator Leonard T. Connors Jr., Assemblyman Christopher J. Connors and former Assemblyman Jeffrey Moran, Freeholder Little worked closely with 9th District legislators on numerous bills. Little retired from the legislative office in 2003.
In 1997, Little was named to the Ocean County Natural Lands Trust fund and later served as Trust Fund Chairman. During his tenure, the trust fund has acquired and protected 3,800 acres (15 km2) of pristine open space and prevented the construction of nearly 2,400 new homes. Little also served on the Ocean County Planning Board from 1992 to 2003, including several years as its chairman.
Little is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps. A graduate of Bloomsburg State University, Little has earned more than 30 graduate credits from Bloomsburg State University and Penn State University and is a licensed teacher in New Jersey.
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