New Jersey to Conduct Superstorm Sandy Business Assessment


New Jersey to Conduct Superstorm Sandy Business Assessment

by John M. Scagnelli on December 31, 2012

Gov. Chris Christie recently announced that the state will conduct a “Superstorm Sandy Business Assessment” to help determine what else can be done to help New Jersey businesses devastated by the storm.

As detailed by Gov. Christie’s office in a press statement, “The results will not only

allow for direct follow up with respondents about their issues, but help formulate broader strategy when it comes to business recovery around the state, including the specific resources required by business owners and what they identify as areas of concern for the near and long term.”

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Published In: Business Organization Updates, Environmental Updates

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