Somerset County Business Partnership Hosts "Meet The Mayors" IV in Basking Ridge


BASKING RIDGE,NJ- The Somerset County Business Partnership ‘Meet the Mayors’ series, Session IV has been scheduled to take place on Wednesday, February 11, 2015 from 5:30 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. at the Old Mill Inn & Grain House, 225 US Highway 202, Basking Ridge, New Jersey.

The Mayors representing the communities of northern Somerset County will be featured, including Bedminster, Bernards, Bernardsville, and Peapack/Gladstone.

The initial sessions of ‘Meet the Mayors’ has featured presentations from the Mayors in the southern, western, and central portions of the county.

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Session IV will feature Mayor William C. Mueller of Peapack/Gladstone, Mayor John Malay of Bernards Township, Mayor Steven Parker of Bedminster, and Mayor Kevin R. Sooy of Bernadsville.

As in the previous four sessions, the Mayors will present ongoing initiatives and planned innovations at the municipal level that are intended to provide a competitive advantage for local businesses. The content offered by the Mayors will be particularly valuable for business owners, executive-level managers, and representatives of companies looking to expand in Somerset County.

The individual presentations will include each Mayor’s vision for the future and the actions that they plan to take to improve the fortunes of their community while creating a growing and sustainable business climate.

“Somerset County is renowned as the statewide leader in planning for a strong and sustainable economic future,” commented Freeholder Director Mark Caliguire. “Having served as Mayor of Montgomery Township I am intimately aware of the need for a strong local business climate that is supported by the local government. Under the leadership of former Freeholder Director Patrick Scaglione, these sessions have provided reassurance to the local business people throughout the County that their governments are working to enhance their success.”

Register online at WEB.SCBP.ORG/EVENTS. Participation is $25 in advance and $35 at the door. A cash bar will be available and hors d’oeurves will be served.

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