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 More News From Essex County


ESSEX COUNTY EXECUTIVE DIVINCENZO HOSTS ANNUAL ESSEX COUNTY LATINO HERITAGE MONTH CELEBRATION


Estrella del Condado de Essex Awards are Presented to NJ Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto and Newark Municipal Court Chief Judge Victoria F. Pratt


Newark, NJEssex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo, Jr. hosted the County’s Annual Latino Heritage Celebration on Wednesday, October 15th in the Essex County Hall of Records. With an array of colorful flags representing 22 Latino countries as the backdrop, DiVincenzo led a spirited celebration to pay homage to the rich culture and traditions of U.S. residents who trace their roots to the Spanish speaking nations of Central America, South America and the Caribbean. During the program, DiVincenzo presented the County’s 2014 Estrella del Condado de Essex Awards (Stars of Essex County) to NJ Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto, who represents the 32nd Legislative District, and the Honorable Victoria F. Pratt, Chief Judge of the City of Newark’s Municipal Court, for their commitment to improving the lives of all residents, their leadership, and dedication to public service. “We are honored to recognize Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto and the Honorable Victoria F. Pratt for their commitment to improving the lives of all residents, their leadership, and dedication to public service,” said DiVincenzo. “Our cultural celebrations give us the opportunity to highlight the achievements of individuals from many different backgrounds, and learn about their heritage as well,” he noted. “It is an honor and a privilege to be here for this wonderful occasion. As our County Executive always says, ‘our strength is our diversity’ and the Latino community has demonstrated that they play an integral part in our strength. Today’s honorees, Speaker Prieto and Judge Pratt, are two great leaders who continue to make a difference in our County and State,” said Congressman Donald M. Payne, Jr. “I applaud the County Executive for recognizing the diversity that exists in Essex County and the State of New Jersey. It is a wonderful pleasure that we celebrate the Honorable Victoria F. Pratt and Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto,” said Freeholder Vice President Patricia Sebold. “I am glad to be here to share in this honor,” she added. Assemblyman Vincent Prieto, who currently serves as Speaker of the General Assembly, has represented New Jersey's 32nd Legislative District since 2004. He served as General Assembly Deputy Majority Whip from 2006-2011 and Chairman of the General Assembly's Budget Committee from 2010-2013. He has established himself as a staunch advocate for our state's veterans by creating and supporting legislation designed to protect those who fought for our nation's freedoms. Since he was sworn in, Assemblyman Prieto has fought for comprehensive consumer protection legislation. As the former Chairman of the Regulated Professions Committee, he sponsored several bills that became law, ranging from the unscrupulous sale of concert tickets to providing the Department of Consumer Affairs more power to regulate and reprimand those practicing illicit business activities. He uses his knowledge as a former small business owner and a state certified construction and fire code official to generate feasible solutions for many statewide problems. Using his experiences, Assemblyman Prieto created landmark legislation by establishing the Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning Board, allowing for the Department of Consumer Affairs to regulate a previously overlooked industry. Born in Cuba, Assemblyman Prieto immigrated to the United States at the age of 11. He is a longtime resident of Secaucus, where he and his wife Marlene raised their two children. Vincent holds certifications in Construction Code Technology from Middlesex Community College and Fire Code Technology from Bergen Community College. He is the construction code official for the municipality of Secaucus. “It is a great honor and pleasure to be here today. I accept this award on behalf of the 1.6 million Hispanics in New Jersey,” said Speaker Prieto. “We contribute greatly to our communities and the economy. I have always been civic-minded and I try to help people just as people have helped me along the way,” he added. Honorable Chief Judge Victoria F. Pratt, Esq. currently serves as the Chief Judge of the Newark Municipal Court and is the Presiding Judge of Newark Community Court. Prior to her appointment as Chief Judge, she served as a Judge in the Newark Municipal Court for five years and as Counsel to the President for three years. Judge Pratt has over 10 years of legal experience, having served as Assistant Counsel for the Office of the Governor, Compliance Officer for the Camden City School District, Contract Attorney at Hudson Global Resources, and as an Associate at Day Pitney and Sellar Richardson, P.C. She also served as a Law Clerk for the Honorable Betty J. Lester, J.S.C. in the NJ Superior Court, Essex Vicinage-Criminal Division. Judge Pratt holds memberships in several associations and professional organizations, including the American Bar, American Judges, Garden State Bar, Hispanic Bar, and New Jersey Bar Associations, the Ann Thompson Inn of Court and the International Association of Women Judges. Judge Pratt was admitted into the United States Supreme Court, New York and New Jersey Bar. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey and her Juris Doctorate degree from Rutgers University Law School in Newark. “First, I must thank God for the countless blessings I have received. I would like to thank the County Executive and the Board of Chosen Freeholders for this honor and Assemblywoman Sheila Y. Oliver and Congressman Donald M. Payne, Jr. for all of your support and mentorship,” said Judge Pratt. “If I received this award because you think I have made valuable contributions, they were all made out of gratitude. I stand before you humbly because I know that all I have achieved is because of those who paved before me without even knowing me. I will continue to replenish that well so that others may drink,” she added. Rev. Maria Ortiz from Christian Love Baptist Church in Irvington delivered the program’s invocation. Entertainment was provided by students from Arts High School, which included Jorddy Romero and Jennifer Oyuela, under the direction of James Manno. The National Anthem was sung by Calvin Pearson from the Essex County Surrogate’s Office. The Latino Heritage Month Celebration is the part of a year-long cultural series created by County Executive DiVincenzo to highlight Essex County’s diversity. Other cultural heritage celebrations include African American History Month, Irish Heritage Month, Women’s History Month, Italian Heritage Month, Jewish Heritage and Portuguese Heritage. 2014 Local Aid Program Application  


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