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Posted on: April 5, 2019

DCA's Main Street NJ Kicks Off with Regional Workshops

Earlier this week, Lt. Governor Oliver announced the restoration of the Main Street New Jersey Program (MSNJ) as a key, updated component of the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs’ municipal planning and downtown revitalization portfolio.  Main Street is a comprehensive revitalization program that promotes the historic and economic redevelopment of traditional business districts in New Jersey. 

The new MSNJ Program will kick off with three regional workshops on Tuesday, April 23 in Montclair; Wednesday, April 24 in Vineland; and Thursday, April 25 in Red Bank.  All workshops are free and open to all.  Individuals involved in economic development and downtown revitalization in your community will especially benefit from attending.  The workshops will introduce the new MSNJ Program, explore economic trends affecting downtowns and equip you with techniques to achieve your community’s downtown economic development and equitable revitalization goals through information sessions and case studies.

Contact: Lori Buckelew, Senior Legislative Analyst, lbuckelew@njlm.org, 609-695-3481, x112.


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