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"The Chamber has been a tremendous resource for our business. Through our active involvement at the committee level, and regular attendance at events, we have been able to convert business opportunities into significant growth for our company. The relationships that I have developed with other committed Chamber members have provided me with a valuable resource of knowledge and experience upon which to draw."
Chair: Alan Zakin, Alan Zakin Associates
Mission: To monitor and address legislative and public policy issues at the local, state and federal levels of government as they relate to the interests of business and economic development in Morris County and among chamber members and to draft and recommend to the board of directors positions on such issues to be adopted and promulgated to appropriate government officials, the membership and the public.
“Government is the people's business and every man, woman and child becomes a shareholder with the first penny of tax paid.” Ronald Reagan
The Government Affairs Committee provides all chamber members and the business community a voice in matters of impact to their interests. Meetings include discussion of issues and legislation pending in Trenton and Washington. Members gain access to office holders who attend as guests and speakers. The committee also formulates positions on important legislative issues.
The committee plans and helps implement the Annual Legislative Breakfast/Luncheon, which features leading state and local elected officials and offers members of the business community the opportunity to interact with and ask questions of their representatives.
Interested in Joining the Committee?
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Alan Zakin, Chairman of the Government Affairs Committee