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The Future of Redevelopment in New Jersey

November 14, 2017
8:00 amto10:30 am

Presented by Sax LLP

The ever-changing real estate industry has many fast-paced alterations and necessary adaptations forthcoming in the New Jersey market. How will these upcoming changes affect redevelopment across the Garden State? Hear from industry experts on Nov. 14th as we come together for a dynamic panel presentation to discuss current updates and the future of the real estate market. You won’t want to miss this opportunity to network and learn from our featured speakers and the Sax Real Estate team. Topics will include: proposed legislation on eliminating tax PILOTS, increased requirements for capital raising, non-waterfront redevelopment projects, new administration’s effect on real estate in New Jersey.

Featured speakers include:

Ed Russo, CEO, Russo Development
Jonathan Schultz, co-founder and managing principal, Onyx Equities
Jonathan Schwartz, partner at BNE Real Estate Group
Eric Witmondt, CEO of Woodmont Properties

Location: Stony Hill Inn, 231 Polifly Road, Hackensack NJ 07601

Registration and more information

NJ State League of Municipalities Conference

November 14, 2017toNovember 16, 2017

This conference features more than 100 educational sessions and 700 exhibitors.

Location: Atlantic City Convention Center

Registration and more information

Association of Environmental Authorities Conference

November 14, 2017toNovember 15, 2017

The 2017 annual meeting and conference will be held at Caesar’s in Atlantic City. Chuck Underwood, whose pioneering research looks at the characteristics of age groups, will speak on “Generational Dynamics and Your Water Utility.”

Presentations on 

  • Safety
  • Climate change & flooding in NJ
  • Election’s Impact on AEA members
  • Workers Comp
  • Human Resource Management
  • Water Quality Accountability Act
  • “Envision” Tool for Capital Project Planning
  • Fiscal Planning For Infrastructure

Location: Caesar’s, Atlantic City, NJ

More information and registration

Sustainable Jersey Annual Luncheon

November 14, 2017
10:30 amto2:00 pm

Join us November 14, 2017 in Atlantic City to celebrate the outstanding accomplishments of New Jersey municipalities. This event brings together nearly 400 local, regional, and state government officials, green team members, industry professionals, and sustainability leaders. It’s a fantastic opportunity to re-connect, collaborate, and celebrate your collective achievements!

Highlights:
Pre-Luncheon Networking Session (10:30am – Noon)
Luncheon (Noon – 2:00pm)
Conveyance of Special Awards
Recognition of the 2017 Sustainable Jersey Certified Communities

Registration

Webinar: Creating healthy places for healthy people

November 14, 2017
1:00 pmto2:30 pm

Location: online

Registration

Stephanie Bertaina, senior policy analyst with the Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Sustainable Communities, and Kate Ange, Alana Braiser and Caroline Dwyer of Renaissance Planning, will be discussing EPA’s Healthy Places for Healthy People (HP2) program.

Through the Healthy Places for Healthy People program, EPA has been helping local communities and health care officials create walkable, healthy and economically vibrant downtowns and neighborhoods that improve health, protect the environment and support economic growth. This webinar will look at the connections among economic, human and environmental health factors and present case studies on the lessons learned to date, as well as ideas on how local communities can create programs and partnerships that can lead to healthier community outcomes. Speakers will include: Stephanie Bertaina, from the U.S. EPA Office of Sustainable Communities; Kate Ange, Alana Braiser, and Caroline Dwyer with Renaissance Planning.

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