With the recent introduction of S2964/A4925, Senator Gopal and Assemblyman Bergen recently joined the chorus of legislators calling for expansion of liquor license laws. Downtown New Jersey and an alliance of organizations, merchants, and public officials believe that now more than ever, reform is needed to help our small businesses survive and thrive during the ongoing public health emergency. But the reasons for reform extend beyond the current economic hardship, reform has long been needed to support small business, enable a more equitable system, and help NJ retain its regional competitiveness. During this virtual Town Hall event, we will discuss a path to reform.
- Senator Vin Gopal, D-Monmouth
- Assemblyman Brian Bergen, R-Morris
- George Cosentino, Mil Gustos Hospitality Group
- Mayor Shelley Brindle, Township of Westfield
- Moderated by Tony Pizzutillo, Pizzutillo Public Affairs
Join the alliance calling for reform of NJ’s archaic liquor license laws in order to help our small businesses, promote equity, and enable NJ to better compete in the regional market. Complete our join form to to be listed on the NJ Liquor License Reform Alliance webpage, receive call to action emails, and generally provide moral support to this reform initiative. JOIN>