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Aberdeen Economic Business Council to Hold Open Forum for Local Business Owners

Attendees will be able to discuss issues that impact their businesses with a panel that includes Aberdeen Mayor Fred Tagliarini, Township Manager Holly Reycraft, Zoning Officer Maxine Rescorl, and members of the Economic Business Council.

The following is a notice from Aberdeen Township:

The Aberdeen Township Council and Aberdeen Economic Business Council will jointly hold an open forum for local business owners and businesses thinking of locating in the municipality on Thursday, Nov. 15 at 7:00 p.m. at Aberdeen Town Hall. 

“We’re inviting members of the Aberdeen business community to join us for a discussion of the issues that they feel impact their organizations,” said Business Council Chairman Carmine Visone, co-owner of Home Away From Home Academy.  “By working together, it is our goal to improve the climate for doing business here for current and future companies.”

Attendees will be able to discuss issues that impact their businesses with a panel that includes Aberdeen Mayor Fred Tagliarini, Township Manager Holly Reycraft, Zoning Officer Maxine Rescorl, and members of the Economic Business Council.

The Economic Business Council is an advisory board of business owners appointed by the Aberdeen Township Council whose mission is to enhance the relationship between the municipality and the business community, to explore opportunities for new commercial or industrial development, and to help attract new businesses to town. 

In addition to Visone, current members of the Business Council are Michael Ali, Livoti’s Market; Jason Bigelow, Advanced Tire and Auto Center; Eugene DeMarco, DeMarco’s Italian Bakery; Luigi Falco, Fun Time America; Arthur Hirsch, Snap Fitness; and Melanie Straniero, Flowers by Melanie.  Visone was selected by Reycraft to serve as chairman of the group, which meets monthly.

Aberdeen Town Hall is located on Church Street, just off Atlantic Avenue.

JosephGhabourLaw November 14, 2012 at 03:14 PM
The economic impact of Sandy, while severe at shore, did affect most of New Jersey. Our prayers go out those who have lost their homes, and/or have had their livelihoods impacted. Small businesses, the backbone of our economy, were the hardest hit. http://www.disasterassistance.gov/ is the FEMA site for both individuals and businesses. Unfortunately for us, Sunday the 11th is when our office gained power after Sandy. However, due to tech issues, we did not open until today, the 14th.

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