Planning Ahead: County Leaders Collaborate with Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce on Business Development and Vocational Training
With New Jersey’s reopening process underway and moving fast, Ocean County Freeholder Joe Vicari held a meeting on Monday with Duvi Honig of Governor Murphy’s Restart and Recovery Advisory Council, and the County’s Business Development and Tourism Committee, to plan for the County’s reopened $5 billion a year economy.
The meeting focused on an array of issues to ensure that businesses can flourish after months of restrictions.
The Orthodox Jewish Chamber Of Commerce is also working with Freeholder Vicari, who serves as Director of Ocean County College, on launching special vocational programs to help Ocean County’s many unemployed residents embark on successful new careers.
“Our citizens have endured extraordinary hardships in recent months, but rest assured that we are working full steam to once again see a thriving Ocean County economy,” says Freeholder Vicari. “I would like to thank the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce for being a key partner in this effort, helping us work with the State and empower all communities in our County foreconomic success.”