Alice Oldford

About Alice Oldford

Alice has been a trail lover since childhood when riding her horse on the well-developed trails of the Watchung Reservation in Union County was a treat. Later when there was no longer a steed at hand, her own feet served her well. Then she learned about the benefits of exercise and endorphins and just kept walking.

 

Alice’s work life has centered on land use having been a legal secretary specializing in real estate, and land use board administrator and now a realtor.

 

In the end Alice says, “walking and embracing the trail connection is my most fun land use pursuit yet.”

 

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About Sue Dziamara

Sue Dziamara is the Hunterdon County Planning Board Director and has completed one marathon. She has raised four children. Sue says, “I need to keep moving.”

 

How they met

Alice and Sue met when Sue was serving on the Clinton Township Planning Board and completing her master’s degree in Planning from Rutgers. Alice was working as the Clinton Township Land Use Board Administrator. “We love discussing land use issues and open space acquisitions.” Alice and Sue have been walking/running/hiking/biking enjoying what Hunterdon County has to offer for a decade.

 

Alice and Sue