Triple Play is a weekly NJBIZ feature that asks top executives in New Jersey to talk about three things related to their industry.
Michael Egenton is the senior vice president of government relations for the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce, representing the business community on legislative and regulatory matters in Trenton.
We asked Michael for three things in Trenton that the business community will be keeping a close eye on in the next few months:
New Jersey businesses enter 2015 enjoying the best of times — and the worst of times.
For five years, business has had perhaps the best possible friend in the governor’s office in Chris Christie, whose administration pledged to cut red tape, awarded billions of dollars in corporate tax breaks, cut business taxes and restructured the state’s economic development process to make it more efficient and effective.
Gov. Chris Christie is once again scheduled to give a Washington D.C. keynote address when the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce takes its annual “Walk to Washington” in February.
Comcast Newsmakers' Jill Horner speaks with Tom Bracken, President/CEO from the NJ State Chamber of Commerce, about New Jersey's Transportation Trust Fund.
Each day, millions of New Jerseyans travel the state’s rundown roads and drive across its crumbling bridges and trestles. They sit in traffic because streets are closed, are late for work because buses break down and spend hours stuck in terminals because there are not enough mass transit options. On June 30, 2015, less than a year from now, the state’s Transportation Trust Fund (TTF) will officially run out of money to fix any of these problems. Without identifying a solution to the crisis, we are putting our safety and livelihoods at risk.
Richard S. Mroz, president of the state Board of Public Utilities since 2014, discussed New Jersey's Energy Master Plan and… Read More