free Virtual Brown Bag Lunches have been getting rave
reviews from participants. Join in our July
24 call by registering
in the First Suburbs
New Jersey is a portal to the United States for many
new Americans. Our first suburbs communities are today
more diverse, but we know that managing change takes
preparation and work. How can first suburbs communities
best prepare to embrace the opportunities as new immigrants
With Mayor Michael Wildes, Englewood
24, 12 PM
goal of the Virtual Brown Bag Lunch is to keep elected
officials, town managers and administrators, and other
leaders from NJ's first suburbs current on state
policy matters and abreast of opportunities and partnerships
that will benefit our communities. Understanding
that most Garden State mayors have busy schedules,
these calls are conveniently scheduled during a one-hour
period mid-day. Take the call from your office
desk, home phone or even cell phone!
make the discussions the best they can be, OPEN has
asked knowledeable organizations, thinkers advocates
and leaders to host discussions on topics germane
to the first suburbs. Each session will feature a
presentation by a guest and also time for open discussion.
The guest will provide information, resources and
steps a community might take to address an issue or
seize an opportunity. Our partners live in first suburbs,
value them, and are truly stong allies for their counterparts
in neighboring towns.
conference calls are open to any first suburbs mayors,
council members, business administrators, planners,
or other community leaders.
invite a colleague from a neighboring first suburb
community to the next call!
email or register online today:
(973) 821 4198or