The New Jersey Society for Environmental, Economic Development (NJ SEED) was born during the recession of the early 1970s. The New Jersey business community was frustrated with a seemingly unending stream of environmental laws and regulations that stifled growth. New Jersey’s labor leaders were frustrated with the continuing decline of manufacturing and with the lack of incentives to create job growth, especially in the private sector.
Today, NJ SEED continues to be the leading voice in New Jersey for environmental balance and economic growth. Issues such as maintaining our state’s vital transportation infrastructure and its all-important port facilities, seeking to create a more efficient regulatory process, strengthening our essential telecommunications industry and providing for our security in these threatening times continue to be the focus of NJ SEED.
New Jersey State Law Enforcement Officers Foundation to Honor NJBA President on May 5th
The New Jersey State Law Enforcement Officers Foundation is recognizing NJSEED member Paul Rotella of the New Jersey Broadcasters Association for their support of Law Enforcement in the Garden State at their Awards and Recognition Dinner set for May 5, 2018 beginning at 5:30 at the Graycliff, 122 Moonoche Avenue, Moonachie, New Jersey.
Tickets and tables (and program ads) are available by contacting the Foundation by visiting their website www.njsleoa.orgor by calling at 908-686-7799.