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- Created on Monday, 08 April 2013 05:46
We cheered when Congress approved $60.4 billion in emergency spending to help New Jersey and its neighbors recover from Superstorm Sandy. But the story of recovery is just beginning. Now that the cash has begun flowing into New Jersey, we must ensure that the money gets into the hands of those who need it the most and in a way that helps all of them — and New Jersey — emerge from the storm of the century and the Great Recession.
- Created on Thursday, 14 March 2013 12:39
New Jersey Chamber of Commerce President Thomas Bracken said today he is hopeful the Sandy rebuilding funds now headed to the state will help reinvigorate the bipartisan cooperation in Trenton that was interrupted by both Sandy and the presidential campaign, and help move the state forward to continue action on initiatives to help businesses.
- Created on Wednesday, 15 May 2013 13:30
Business Executives are Cautiously Optimistic After Sandy
As New Jersey's gubernatorial election approaches, two out of three business owners and executives say they either will or probably will vote to re-elect Gov. Chris Christie this November no matter who the Democrat candidate is, according to a recent ParenteBeard - New Jersey Chamber Business Climate Survey of business leaders.
IMPORTANT SANDY RECOVERY INFORMATION: Businesses Can Now Apply for Sandy Recovery Grants of up to $50,000
- Created on Wednesday, 01 May 2013 13:30
Businesses can apply for Superstorm Sandy recovery grants of up to $50,000 at the website of the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA). Small businesses and nonprofits struck by the storm are eligible for the grants that can be used toward working capital or new construction.
N.J. Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Thomas Bracken's statement on the Port Authority Awarding of the Bayonne Bridge and Goethals Bridge Projects
- Created on Thursday, 25 April 2013 16:31
The Port Authority's Bayonne Bridge and Goethals Bridge projects are smart investments. In the short term, the projects put thousands of people to work.
In the longer term, the projects will allow an entire new generation of large container ships to access our port, keeping it vibrant, bringing new business to the state, and creating thousands more jobs.
A strong infrastructure is mandatory for a strong economy. This is a perfect example of how New Jersey needs to modernize its infrastructure to remain competitive in the 21st century.
- Governor's Sandy Recovery Chief to N.J. Chamber Members: 'We Recognize Businesses Can't Wait'
- The N.J. Chamber of Commerce Unveils the Heroes of Superstorm Sandy Project
- Christie Administration Proposes Plan for Sandy Recovery Grants
- State Treasurer Discusses Three Hot Topics: Superstorm Sandy, the State Budget and Property Taxes
- NJ Chamber President and CEO Thomas Bracken's Statement on Gov. Christie's Budget Address
- NJ Chamber Survey: Business Leaders Voice Concern in the Wake of Superstorm Sandy
- The New Jersey Express to D.C. Attracts 900 Business Leaders
- Two Top Senate Leaders – Dem and Republican – Discuss Sandy Cleanup, and They Don’t Mince Words
- New Jersey Stands Together, in the Wake of Hurricane Sandy
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