Jim highlighted the economic impact of Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst on the entire central New Jersey economy. The base, he said, is one of the largest employers in New Jersey with 40,645 people. In addition, the Joint Base is indirectly responsible for another 65,000 jobs in Ocean, Burlington, and Monmouth Counties. Beyond that, the base and its payrolls generate $118.7 million in state tax revenue and $119.7 million in local taxes. Even a reduction in its mission would have an large impact on the entire state, but especially on Ocean, Burlington, and Monmouth Counties. Jim recommended that the mayors stay informed, contact state and U.S. legislators, and help support the group fighting to save the base, the New Jersey Defense Enhancement Coalition.
The Ocean County Mayors' Association has been found tax exempt by the IRS. Donations are deductible. Documentation of this determination and related financial disclosure documents are available for public examination. The Ocean County Mayors' Association has been found tax exempt by the IRS. Donations are deductible. Documentation of this determination and related financial disclosure documents are available for public examination.
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The Association will hold a business meeting at the Legend Restaurant adjacent to the Howard Johnson Hotel at 955 Hooper Ave., Toms River, on Tuesday, April 22. Registration begins at 8:30 AM. You may bring guests. There is a $20.00 per person meeting fee. Payment receipts available upon request at sign in. Capacity is limited to 50. Kindly RSVP no later than Thursday, April 17. Call April at 732-644-0657 (voice or text) or email email@example.com.
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April 22, 2014, Freeholder Joe Vicari, Ocean County, N.J.
May 20, 2014, William Hannemann, CEO, Aqualete Industries, Inc.
June 24, 2014, Dr. Jon Larson, President, Ocean County College, & Stan Hales, Director, Barnegat Bay Partnership