Anthony S. Perry joined the Township Committee in 2017. He is currently serving as Mayor for 2019.
Prior to joining the Township Committee, Mayor Perry was a member of the Middletown Township Planning Board. He was also a trustee of the Middletown Township Library Board.
After graduating from Temple University, Committeeman Perry joined the Sandy Recovery Division of the Governor's Office coordinating recovery efforts with FEMA, the Office of Emergency Management, the Department of Community Affairs and the Department of Environmental Protection. He also served as Chief of Staff to Senator Joseph M. Kyrillos from 2014-2018.
He and his wife Alannah live in the Village section of Middletown.
Mayor Tony Perry generally holds open office hours on the second Wednesday of the month from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM at Town Hall, 1 Kings Highway. Visitors are seen on a first-come basis. Mayor Perry is also available by appointment. Please call 732-615-2024 for more information.
Mayor for a Day Program
The Mayor for a Day program is held annually during the month of May for Middletown elementary schools that opt to participate. PTA/PTO representatives should consider calling the Mayor’s Office at 732-615-2024 if they are interested in receiving a basket from the Mayor’s Office for school fundraisers.
The student winner of the basket will be invited to a Township Committee meeting held in May for the Mayor for a Day Program which includes the following:
• Oath of Office at Town Hall
• The opportunity to spend time and take photos with the Mayor and meet with Township officials
• Participate in the Middletown Township Committee meeting
• He or she will be honored with a Township certificate and copy of their Oath of Office
• Receive the ceremonial title of Mayor for the entire day at their school