June 13, 2010 by Post Team
NJ Lottery:According to reports Hedingen Carole has been selected as director of the New Jersey State Lottery Commission. So the Lottery Commission State of New Jersey will welcome a new director from next week. Hedingen Carole, 67, a resident of Toms River and she had worked for the lottery.
On Monday she will take over as acting executive director and after receiving confirmation by the Senate to become chief executive. From 1994 to 2003 he worked with the agency and has extensive knowledge about the lottery “works inside. On Friday, State Treasurer Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff announced his appointment.
Steven Palmieri was working for the same post for the past six months and now after confirmation that it will replace. She served as senior officer of the Ocean County Courthouse substitute before joining the lottery. State Treasurer Andrew Eristoff Sidamon-praised her: “She is a successful financial professional with decades of experience and extensive knowledge of inner workings of our lottery.” Carole Hedingen earn $ 120,000 a year after taking office on Monday. The state lottery generated $ 2.5 billion in sales in 2009.
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