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The Somerset County Business Call to Service Conference, organized by the Somerset County Business Partnership and The Citizens' Campaign, drew close to 300 people to Raritan Valley Community College on Monday, November 1st to offer business leaders the know-how to bring their skills and insight to the service of their local communities. Read more.



In the fall of 2009, the Somerset County Business Partnership collaborated with the Courier News and mycentraljecrsey.com to present a solutions-focused public policy forum, "Making New Jersey Affordable for Businesses & Residents." Attended by more than 300 business people, elected officials, students, and residents, the information received that day was collected, analyzed, and developed into a Reform Agenda for an Affordable New Jersey. The Reform Agenda is dedicated toward providing solutions to New Jersey's crisis of affordability.

To be successful, this effort needs the aggressive support and involvement of business leaders, political leaders, and residents from throughout New Jersey. I ask you to review the Reform Agenda for an Affordable New Jersey and get involved.

By joining us, we will send the message to the leadership in Trenton that we must change the way New Jersey does business and provide them with the public support they need to facilitate that change.

Help us take action now.

Mike Kerwin


Somerset County Business Partnership


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