MAYORAL BULLETIN: Don’t Miss Special Council Meeting Tonight at 6:30
Professor Raphael Caprio of the Rutgers University Bloustein School joins Mayor Frank Huttle III to discuss the “Municipal Tsunami” facing NJ’s cities and towns
Noted Rutgers University Professor and Expert on Municipal Finance will speak at Englewood City Council meeting and outline the challenges municipalities face Statewide followed by Mayor Huttle’s Annual State of the City Address
WHO: Mayor Frank Huttle III and Professor Raphael Caprio of the Rutgers University Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy
WHAT: Professor Caprio Presentation on the Municipal Tsunami followed Mayor’s State of the City Address
WHERE: bergenPAC, 30 North Van Brunt Street, Englewood, NJ 07631
WHEN: Tuesday, October 16, 2011 at 6.30PM
(ENGLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY) – On Tuesday, October 16th please join Mayor Frank Huttle III and Professor Raphael Caprio of the Bloustein School for a presentation on the “Municipal Tsunami” facing all of New Jersey’s 566 municipalities. The presentation will take place at an Englewood City Council meeting which will begin with a presentation by Professor Caprio including a question and answer session followed by a short break, after which Council business will resume and Mayor Huttle will proceed with his State of the City presentation. Mayor Huttle will outline solutions for the problems facing Englewood that are similar to those faced by municipalities across the State. All residents, the public and press are invited to attend.