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    Elected Officials Sound Off at South Jersey Forum

    Over 200 Attendees at Two-Day Legislative Conference in Atlantic City More than 200 public officials and business leaders gathered in Atlantic City for one of the largest, two-day legislative conferences in the region. On Wednesday morning, March 8th, the second day of the 35th annual Sound Off for South Jersey Legislative Conference was held at […]

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    Pinelands Pipeline will Provide Much-Needed Power Source

    The issue of creating a reliable source of clean, efficient power in South Jersey in the coming years has arguably become more relevant than ever. The Southern New Jersey Development Council promotes the economic growth of the southern eight counties, doing our best to represent the interests of the public and private sectors to help […]

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    Atlantic Cape Receives Recognition of 50th Anniversary from SNJDC

    Atlantic Cape Community College was recognized by the Southern New Jersey Development Council for marking its 50th anniversary of creating opportunity for residents of Atlantic and Cape May counties. During its Dec. 16 holiday luncheon at Stockton Seaview Hotel and Golf Club, the council also honored Dr. Peter L. Mora, college president, who will retire […]

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    SNJDC President Marlene Asselta Name to SJ Biz Power50

    South Jersey Biz has named Marlene Asselta, President of the Southern New Jersey Development Council, one of the most influential professionals in South Jersey. The magazine picked the Power 50, who shape change and add to the vitality of the community. South Jersey Biz chose from a diverse collection of organizations from long-established businesses to […]

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    New Pleasantville complex finding retail tenants

    Two retail units at City Center on Main Street in Pleasantville will soon be occupied, and 7,000 square feet of space is still available for businesses to move in. “The perception is that we can’t fill the storefronts because they’re sitting here empty on Main Street, but that’s just not true,” Mayor Jesse Tweedle said. […]