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MAYORS, NJ TRANSIT TO DISCUSS ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF THE RIVER LINE

October 20, 2004
NJT-04-049

BURLINGTON CITY, NJ — NJ TRANSIT will host the River LINE’s first economic symposium on Thursday, October 21 in the City of Burlington. The symposium seeks to help communities served by the River LINE maximize the economic benefits associated with the light rail line and to connect communities with developers to attract investment over the long-term.

Members of the media interested in attending may RSVP with Janet Hines at (973) 491- 7078.

WHO: City of Burlington Mayor Darlene Scocca
Riverside Mayor Jeffery May
Camden Mayor Gwen Faison
NJ TRANSIT Executive Director George D. Warrington
State and Local officials

WHAT: River LINE Economic Opportunity Project, Mayors’ Symposium

WHEN: Thursday, October 21, 2004 at 6 p.m.

WHERE: City of Burlington City Hall, Council Chambers 525 High Street, City of Burlington, NJ

For directions to the City of Burlington City Hall, call (609) 386-0200 x.100