Optimism Remains Steady in Southern Jersey

P., Shankar
October 2008
njbiz;10/13/2008, Vol. 21 Issue 42, p5
This article reports on continued economic development in South Jersey in spite of the dismal economic environment in 2008, according to Caren Franzini of the Economic Development Authority. Franzini reveals that there are several ongoing projects in Burlington, Gloucester, and Camden counties. Lisa Morina of Gloucester County's Department of Economic Development notes that some of these projects involve both the public and private sectors. Particular focus is given to major infrastructure projects in Gloucester County.


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