Attorney Biography

Albert K. Marmero


Albert K. Marmero is one of the original founding partners of Long, Marmero and has since been named Managing partner of Grace, Marmero.  Al has been the head of the Land Use and Real Estate Department which has successfully advocated before numerous New Jersey municipal and county planning and/or zoning boards.

Al currently serves as Riverside Township and Eastampton Township Solicitor, Riverside and Deptford Townships’ Redevelopment Solicitor, Special Projects Counsel to Cumberland County Empowerment Zone, Cumberland County Improvement Authority, Conflict Solicitor for Riverside Township and Cumberland County Improvement Authority, Special Counsel for City of Bridgeton, In Rem Foreclosure Solicitor for Maurice River and Condemnation Counsel for Camden County.  Al represents Educational Institutions including Bridgeton Board of Education, Deptford Township Board of Education, Camden’s Promise Charter School, Benjamin Banneker Prep School and Bright Horizon Charter School.  Al also represents major homebuilders, retailers, industrial companies and other commercial entities as well as “small” developers.  In doing so, Al has brought success to his clients as well as municipalities to achieve approvals for major and minor subdivisions, town centers, industrial parks, and retail shopping centers.  Al’s vast experience and understanding of New Jersey Municipal Land Use Law has given his clients confidence and the ability to propose such projects as the Redevelopment of the Pennsauken Mart and the Nike base in Gloucester Township and Town Centers in Egg Harbor City, Washington, Woolwich, Buena Vista, Upper Deerfield, and Harrison Townships.  Al is one of very few that has a complete understanding and grasp of redevelopment law in New Jersey and is the author of many redevelopment agreements and plans approved by clients and municipalities in Southern New Jersey.  He also has experience handling Land Use Litigation and was successful in resolving complex development issues in towns such as, Deptford, Pennsauken, Burlington City, Upper Deerfield, Lumberton, Mantua, and others.  Many of the projects Al steered through the land-use process have included such integral concepts as Pine Barrens issues, COAH, environmental and wildlife issues.

Rutgers School of Law                         JD awarded 2003
Rider University                                    Bachelor of Arts
Summa Cum Laude                            Political Science 2000 

New Jersey Bar Association                 2003-Present

Professional Experience
Grace, Marmero & Associates, LLP/Formerly Long            2003-Present
Managing Partner/Founding Partner
Damiano Long Consulting Engineers, LLC- Camden, NJ     2002-2003
General Counsel
Camden Regional Legal Services                                                 2000-2002