Meet John Krickus

John has served six years on the Morris County Board of Commissioners, during which time he did not vote for a tax increase and served on the budget committee which created the first 0 tax increase budgets in 20 years.

While holding the line on taxes other accomplishments include eliminating health benefits for Commissioners, doubling the miles of county roads repaved each year, providing the first increase in county aid to the County College of Morris and sponsoring a change in the open space program which allowed for existing funding to go for trail development.

Prior to his term as Commissioner, John served as a committeeman in Washington Township, three of those years as Mayor. Key accomplishments include the third lowest municipal tax burden in the county and preservation of over 4,000 acres of farmland and open space.

John was born and raised in Madison, is a Marine Corps veteran, received a BA in economics from Drew University and an MBA from Lehigh University, and is a CPA. John has over 30 years of business experience as a product manager.

John and his wife Carolyn reside in Long Valley with their two daughters Kelly and Casey. Carolyn, Kelly and Casey all are volunteer EMTs, and Carolyn currently serves as a captain for the Long Valley First Aid squad.