|August 7, 2008
Economic Development Workshop at Rutgers, September 12, 2008
Learn how to formulate and carry out economic development plans for your municipality at the "Economic Development Workshop", September 12, 2008, cosponsored by the Center for Government Services (CGS) in the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, Rutgers, the New Jersey State League of Municipalities, and the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs.
The intensive, practical, and interactive one-day workshop is designed for elected officials, economic development and redevelopment officers, professional planners, planning and zoning board members, real estate developers, and others involved in job creation and improving the quality of life in New Jersey communities. The event will be held at the Bloustein School in New Brunswick.
The registration fee is $75. Registration includes continental breakfast, lunch, and afternoon snacks.
Registrants will receive copies of An Economic Development Toolbox: Strategies and Methods, Planning Advisory Service Report No. 541 (American Planning Association, 2006) by Terry Moore, Stuart Meck, and James Ebenhoh; Building Economic Development at the Local Level—A Municipal Primer, 4th edition (New Jersey League of Municipalities Economic Development Task Force, June 2008); and faculty PowerPoints and handouts.
The registration deadline is September 5, 2008. Register by mail or online.
More information: http://policy.rutgers.edu/cgs/EconomicDevelopment.php or Stuart Meck, FAICP/PP, Director & Faulty Fellow, Center for Government Services at (732) 932-3640 ext. 640.
Very truly yours,
William G. Dressel, Jr.