YARDLEY, PA – The bi-state Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission today re-elected Aladar G. Komjathy of Lambertville, N.J. to the bistate agency’s chairmanship post, a position he has held since 2022.

The Pennsylvania-New Jersey transportation body’s other top officers also were re-elected to their respective posts: Pamela Janvey of Newtown Township, PA. as Vice Chairwoman; Daniel Grace of Feasterville, PA. as Secretary; and Yuki Moore Laurenti of Trenton, N.J. as Treasurer.

The votes were unanimous and took place during the Commission’s May meeting at the agency’s Scudder Falls Administration Building in Lower Makefield, PA.

Komjathy has over 40 years of experience in public service and business.  His government-affairs firm – Komjathy & Kean – services a host of Fortune-500 companies and non-profit entities. Mr. Komjathy serves on the N.J. State Board of Mortuary Science and is member of the board of trustees for Capital Healthcare, Inc. He was the long-time chairman of the Lambertville Board of Fire Commissioners.  Prior positions include president of the Hunterdon County Board of Taxation; special assistant to New Jersey’s Commissioner of Corrections, where he oversaw a major prison building project; and legislative assistant to former state Senator Francis J. McManimon of Mercer County.  Komjathy, a U.S. Navy veteran, is a Trenton State College graduate.

Janvey is a former accounting department supervisor at the Bridge Commission, with previous experience in the real estate industry and in-service delivery for at-risk families and residents in Bucks County, Pa. Since 2013, she has served as a board member of the Livengrin Foundation for Addictive Recovery, a Bensalem-based organization that was one of Pennsylvania’s first non-profit treatment centers for drug and alcohol dependency. She became the Commission’s vice chairwoman in October 2020.

Grace has served as secretary since 2021. He has been a member of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT) Local 830 of Pennsylvania for more than four decades. He has served as the organization’s Secretary-Treasurer/Business Manager since 2001 and as an executive board director of the 95,000-member Pennsylvania Conference of Teamsters since 2005.  He also serves on a variety of other union-related boards and councils.

Laurenti has held the Commission treasurer post since 2017.  She also served three previous terms as Secretary-Treasurer. She has an A.B. in economics from Harvard University. Laurenti has served on Trenton’s school board, the New Jersey Economic Development Authority, and the Princeton Chapter of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund. She currently is the Senior Associate Director of Donor Relations at Princeton University. Previously, she was Director of Development at Isles, Inc. a non-profit community development and environmental organization based in Trenton, N.J. She also is a former Senior Vice President in private banking at U.S. Trust Company of New York City.

The office bearers are to serve in their respective positions for the remaining seven months of this year and the first five months of 2025.

The Commission’s governing body consists of 10 members – five commissioners from New Jersey and five commissioners from Pennsylvania. (Note: There currently is a New Jersey vacancy.)

New Jersey commissioners are nominated by that state’s governor and confirmed by its Senate. Pennsylvania commissioners are appointed by its governor and serve at his pleasure. Commissioners are volunteer non-compensated positions. The Commissioners meet monthly to review reports, provide oversight, and set policies carried out by the agency’s Executive Director and professional staff.

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