Once an economic powerhouse in New Jersey, Camden was home to phonograph manufacturer RCA Victor, USS Kitty Hawk builder New York Shipbuilding and 125,000 city residents.
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By Christopher Lang, April 2, 2018 at 3:00 AM | NJBIZ Tim Sullivan says he’s unafraid of the challenges that come with his new job as CEO of the state’s Economic Development Authority, despite New Jersey’s relatively high unemployment and past low marks as a place to do business. The 36-year-old Sullivan is accustomed to filling key financial-policy… Continue Reading
In a letter to Governor Murphy released last week, Monroe Township Mayor Gerald Tamburro announced his intentions to form a taskforce to determine how best to use the New Jersey Training School for Boys, which is slated for closing, as open space.