Princeton partner Rich Goldman was quoted in a Hopewell Valley News article, titled, “PlanSmart NJ fetes local achievers,” on November 21.
Rich, chairman of the PlanSmart NJ Board of Directors, attended the non-profit civic planning and research organization’s 45th anniversary dinner on November 14.
The article noted that PlanSmart NJ leaders celebrated the achievements of several awardees that represented its mission to improve the quality of community life by advancing sound land use planning and regional cooperation.
Rich said, “I support this organization because I know that New Jersey needs an independent organization that keeps its eye on the big picture and works to break down silos of decision making to promote both a healthy economy and a healthy environment.”
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