Middlesex mayors discuss local economic policy on Oct. 13


On Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2015, 8 a.m., The Middlesex Chamber will continue its “Meet the Mayors” economic development forum, allowing attendees to hear from Middlesex County mayors as they share economic development insights for established businesses, as well as for businesses looking to locate in Middlesex County. A variety of topics may be covered including redevelopment zones, payments in lieu of taxes, property taxes, infrastructure issues, state regulations and bureaucratic red tape, environmental issues, partnerships, volunteerism, and, of course, transportation.

This popular economic development series from the Middlesex Chamber of Commerce offers opportunities to network with key community and business leaders.

The event will take place tomorrow, Tuesday, October 13, 8 a.m. to 10 a.m., Crowne Plaza Princeton – Conference Center, 900 Scudders Mill Rd, Plainsboro Township, NJ.

Confirmed mayors are Francis “Mac” Womack of North Brunswick, Peter Cantu of Plainsboro, Jay Taylor of Cranbury and James Cahill of New Brunswick.

“Middlesex County’s 25 towns each carry their own appeal as far as what is attractive to current and prospective businesses,” said Lina Llona, President, Middlesex County Regional Chamber of Commerce. “This series is intended to provide insights on what it takes to be economically viable as a town and as a region, as well as to explore our commonalities as we bolster Central Jersey’s stance as a critical economic corridor in our state,” she added.

New Jersey radio veteran Bert Baron of WCTC/1450 AM will lead a media panel to moderate the discussion.

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