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Ocean County Mayors Association to Hold Landmark Meeting on Revitalization of Towns Destroyed by Superstorm Sandy

Florham Park, NJ - On Tuesday, December 10, 2013, the Ocean County Mayors’ Association will hold a landmark meeting where Buddy Young, Director, Crowder Gulf and a former FEMA Director; will address the Mayors from counties affected by Superstorm Sandy on how to take advantage of funding to re-build their towns.

Both the topics of FEMA 404406 MONIES and NEW JERSEY STATE LAWS ON EMINENT DOMAIN speak to how these towns can be revitalized. Information on a new law that will make it easier to pursue re-development projects in a simplified fashion will be shared. Twenty to thirty Mayors are expected to attend.

This event is sponsored by Matrix New World Engineering, Inc.,  a national environmental engineering firm, who played a critical role in the clean up and restoration of both the land and waterways along the Jersey Shore. Members of the media are invited and will have access to the speakers:

> Buddy Young
Director Crowder Gulf & Former FEMA Regional 6 Director.
> David Eareckson
President of Land Development, Matrix New World Engineering
> Andy Raichle
Vice President of Land Development, Matrix New World Engineering
> Kaitlyn Walsh
Planner, Matrix New World Engineering

What: Ocean County Mayors Association
When: Tuesday, December 10th at 8:30am
Where: Legend Restaurant, adjacent to the Howard Johnson Hotel
Address: 955 Hooper Avenue, Toms River , NJ
Why: These experts are going to discuss ways towns can defend themselves from future storms.
Register: (732) 644-0657 (voice or text), or by email at ocmayors@comcast.net

For additional information, contact Andrew Raichle at 800.747.MATRIX, dpetrocelli@matrixneworld.com




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