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9/20/2013 - Yaede Continues Open Dialogue with Business Leaders at September 24th Networking with Mayor Event


Yaede Continues Open Dialogue with Business Leaders at September 24th Networking with Mayor Event


Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly A. Yaede continues her open dialogue with local business leaders as part of the Hamilton Township Economic Development Advisory Commission’s next Networking with Mayor Yaede event on Tuesday, September 24th at The Sticky Wicket (located in Independence Plaza at 2465 South Broad Street, Hamilton, NJ 08610), from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.  


The quarterly series provides local business leaders with an excellent networking opportunity as Mayor Yaede, local officials and members of the Economic Development Advisory Commission can informally discuss ways that Hamilton Township can keep expanding economic opportunities that benefit the community’s businesses and residents.


Tickets are $20 per individual and can be made payable to “HTEDAC” at P.O. Box 2926, Hamilton, NJ 08690.  Business leaders can register for the kick-off event online at or by calling commission member Harold Laudien at (732) 715-5757. 


“Over the past 12 months, Hamilton has witnessed the opening of 36 new businesses, as well as several applications to revitalize available commercial properties.  Hamilton also enjoyed the highest ratable growth in Mercer County last year.  I believe that the open dialogue we have continued to maintain with local business leaders and entrepreneurs is one contributing factor to the economic activity and growth we are seeing,” says Mayor Yaede. 

Throughout the year, Networking with Mayor Yaede series meetings have been held in  different locations across Hamilton to make it convenient for business leaders to attend.

“As a former small business owner, I believe that it is important for Hamilton’s business community to know that its local elected officials are approachable and willing to listen to their ideas and suggestions,” says Hamilton Councilwoman Ileana Schirmer, the Council liaison to the Economic Development Advisory Commission“And by working together, we can achieve more positive results that support our community’s existing businesses and help provide job opportunities for residents.”

Special thanks to Hamilton Township Economic Development Advisory Commission (HTEDAC) sponsors Customers Bank, Ram Associates, Aqua New Jersey, Fornaro Francioso and Sovereign–Santander, whose support helps to continue HTEDAC without the use of taxpayer dollars.

To keep informed about these and other HTEDAC events, business leaders can e-mail HTEDAC Chairman Vinny Chawla at to receive communications regarding future programs.