PARSIPPANY, NJ - Parsippany's new Rotary Club met today, July 23rd, at the Parsippany IHOP on Rt. 46 where a brilliant and forward thinking Regina Egea, President of the Garden State Initiative, took center stage.
TAPinto Parsippany was one of the new members present. In addition there were members from the County Clerk's office including County Clerk Ann Grossi, President of the Valori Group, Lou Valori, former Mayor Jamie Barberio and current Council member Michael dePierro.
Regina gave an excellent speech on the state of over-taxation in New Jersey. One of her primary topics included benefits to public and private sector employees and the costs associated with them. It is clear, according to Regina, that most people have too much insurance, much more than they will ever need. This results in overly expensive costs and premiums. The cost of human relations related expenses leads New Jersey to taking top positions on the top of very unpopular lists regarding business unfriendliness and high cost of living. Regina explains that the current state of "legislative inaction" is contributing to the deteriorating of our New Jersey brand.
The Parsippany-Troy Hills Rotary Club was originally founded in 1955. For over 60 years the club was a positive force in the community, providing funding for scholarships to graduating seniors from both Parsippany high schools and providing assistance to many other programs that benefit the community.
For more information, or to reserve your seat at the next meeting, please contact Bruce Downing at firstname.lastname@example.org or (973) 713-9344, or Sam Maddali at email@example.com or (973) 945-5165.