Annual Public Policy Symposium
The entire legislature is up for election this fall: which party has the best plan to bring jobs back to New Jersey?
2011 is a BIG year for New Jersey: before we even get to the November elections, we'll see Round II of the Budget Battle, legislative redistricting and the loss of a congressional seat. Join us at the Heldrich on March 4 for NAIOP NJ’s always provocative Public Policy Symposium. The commercial real estate sector will not see real recovery until New Jersey regains private-sector jobs, but we're still burdened with the COAH jobs tax and our economy continues to struggle under the weight of public sector worker entitlements. Has the Democrat-controlled Legislature made the case for re-election, or will the Republicans gain meaningful ground this fall?
Senate President Steve Sweeney, Senate Minority Leader Tom Kean and Assembly Minority Leader Alex DeCroce have already confirmed, Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver has been invited. NAIOP NJ President George Sowa and VP Public Affairs Michael Seeve will moderate. Get your questions ready and register today!
Registration/breakfast/networking begins at 8:15 AM, followed by the program at 9:00 AM.
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Please be certain to register at the rate you qualify for, as there will be a fee assessed for credit card adjustments due to registrant error. If you are unsure of membership status, please call 732-729-9900.
$110 for Members and employees of a Corporate Member Firm
$55 for Members who paid their 2011 dues by January 15, 2011 (you will need your code to get this rate: if you missed the email, call Bonnie at 732-729-9900).
$115 for Colleagues employed with a member's firm (subject to verification).
This event is not open to non-members. Join now for access to and the best price for this event!
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Event Sponsors: Matrix Development Group; Farer Fersko; Bank of America; NJ Carpenter Contractor Trust; Birdsall Services Group; T&M Associates; Sax Macy Fromm & Co. PC; Drinker Biddle; Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP; NJ EDA; and Viridian Partners.
Media Sponsors: New Jersey & Company and GlobeSt.
Additional Sponsorships Available: Contact Bonnie Sovinee