New Jersey’s plastics and polystyrene ban went into effect May 2022 – what it means for small businesses in New Jersey.
January 12, 2022 – Downtown New Jersey acts as an advocate for downtown commercial districts in New Jersey, tracking legislative, regulatory, and policy issues that can affect the success of the state’s downtowns and then informing and educating members on these issues.
Legislation due for a vote on concurrence with the Governor’s conditional veto on Monday (December 20, 2021) will put a heavy burden on small business
The New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s ‘Main Street Recovery Program’ is working to ensure a strong and equitable recovery from the economic impacts of Covid-19.
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Member Spotlight Archive: The development of Byrne Plaza has expanded the entertainment value of @DoWildwoodNJ as a vacation destination. Visitors ...can step off the boardwalk and into #downtown to experience a new avenue of entertainment possibilities. https://ed.gr/dxk6g
Call to Action: An equitable liquor license process is important to the economic vitality of NJ's #downtowns. @GovMurphy's explicit support for ...reform in his SOTS address is a great step forward. Find out how you can help get this done in 2023... https://www.downtownnj.com/liquor-reform/?utm_campaign=meetedgar&utm_medium=social&utm_source=meetedgar.com