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Eric K. Snyder is an established and highly respected land use and community planner, doing business in New Jersey since 1985. Eric has represented numerous municipalities over the years, including thirty years with a current client.  Additionally, Eric represents private land owners and provides land use advice to attorneys and other professionals in the field of land planning and development.

New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program (NJCEP) promotes increased energy efficiency and the use of clean, renewable sources of energy including solar, wind, geothermal, and sustainable biomass. The results for New Jersey are a stronger economy, less pollution, lower costs, and reduced demand for electricity. NJCEP offers financial incentives, programs, and services for residential, commercial, and municipal customers.

Founded over twenty five years ago, Genova Burns works with many of the premier companies and business interests spanning the region between Wall Street and Center City, Philadelphia. Our firm stands at the intersection of law, government and business.

Our commitment is to provide our clients with representation at the highest standard of excellence but in a mid-sized regional setting. Relationships and trust are the key ingredients to our success. Our continued growth is based upon our consistent emphasis on responsiveness to the needs of our clients and our community.

Above all, Genova Burns values direct candor with our clients; the highest principles in judgment; and personal business integrity.

Founded in 1978 by Allen Dresdner, “Dresdner Associates” provided master plan and site planning services to municipal and private sector clients within New Jersey. Partnering with Edward Robin, Dresdner Robin expanded its work focus to include environmental impact and environmental assessment services for the NJDOT, other public clients and for private land development projects in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.

This partnership created the opportunity for Dresdner Robin to become a pioneer in Brownfields projects. The Company relocated to Jersey City in 1985 where it made an unmatched contribution to the rebirth of the urban landscape by continuing its focus on planning and the environment. Notable projects include Newport, Hudson Exchange and Porte Liberte redevelopment projects in Jersey City.

Dresdner Robin later expanded to provide site civil engineering led by Fred Worstell. Land surveying, environmental planning and landscape architecture services were subsequently added in order to provide clients with a full range of land-use consulting services.

Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis is a recognized leader among New Jersey law firms, with deep roots in the state and a far-reaching knowledge of New Jersey legal issues. True to that identity, we understand the “ins and outs” and the inherent complexities of handling legal challenges in New Jersey, knowledge which translates directly into an advantage for our clients.

We are dedicated to providing pragmatic, resourceful and cost-effective representation, in combination with reliable and responsive client service.  Our approach is collaborative and consistent — we get the job done, both here in New Jersey and in other jurisdictions. We’ve been doing just that for the past century.

The strengths of our practice are rooted in solid experience. We are known for our business savvy, and as proactive problem solvers, successful deal makers and prolific thought leaders. We handle our clients’ most challenging disputes and sophisticated transactions, and proudly serve as their longtime trusted advisers.  Above all else, our goal is always to help clients overcome challenges and capitalize on opportunities.

Our areas of expertise are diverse and comprehensive in scope. We take a practical, creative and highly personalized approach to the work at hand. Whether we’re retained to structure a transaction, serve as strategic counsel, or represent a client in a dispute or litigation, we strive to earn the loyalty and respect of our clients by delivering results that meet their specific goals and objectives.

Our long history has built the foundation that we stand upon today, and we honor the many accomplishments that define our first one hundred years. Moving forward as a 21st century enterprise, we resolutely embrace our changing world with the foresight and flexibility needed to meet the continually evolving needs of our clients.

Maraziti Falcon, LLP focuses its practice in the areas of redevelopment and environmental law; climate change resiliency; government; land use; construction law; and complex litigation, including appeals. The firm provides representation before federal and state courts and administrative agencies to achieve timely and innovative measures to adapt to climate changes and the rise of sea level; as well as air, water, wastewater permitting and compliance; enforcement defense; bidding requirements; construction and insurance claims; recovery of damages and cleanup costs. The firm represents clients in connection with matters running the gamut from selling or purchasing contaminated property, to tax appeals, to condemnation actions, to litigating public bidding issues.

No matter the issue, Maraziti Falcon, LLP stands ready to provide not only effective, experienced legal representation but, more importantly, the personal attention to which clients are entitled.

The New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency (HMFA) is dedicated to increasing the availability of and accessibility to safe, decent and affordable housing to families in New Jersey. In some cases this may mean working with traditional affordable housing developments, serving New Jersey’s most needy families. In other instances it is working with First-Time Homebuyers, senior citizens, and/or the disabled in our special needs communities. In every situation HMFA is committed to make quality housing available at costs affordable to New Jersey residents.

HMFA recognizes that housing is developed within a community context. If we are to build strong quality houses we must also work to create healthy, safe and vibrant communities. It is clear that housing and families both influence and are influenced by the communities in which they reside. To this end HMFA works to insure that our investments leverage existing community resources and enhance market value and community well being.

McManimon, Scotland & Baumann, LLC is a law firm focused on New Jersey – serving both government and private clients – with an extensive history in public finance law. Founded in 1971, the firm brings a unique ability to bridge the public sector with the private sector in order to realize groundbreaking projects.

  • Our team of attorneys represents the most skilled, experienced and creative teams of attorneys in the area of public sector law and public/private projects.
  • Our firm has regularly been ranked by Thompson Financial Group the number one bond counsel firm in New Jersey for total issues and total dollars issued.
  • Our firm represents hundreds of municipalities, school boards, counties, State agencies and authorities. We also count Fortune 500 companies, banks and developers as our clients.
  • We regularly shepherd large and complicated projects from conception to completion – and offer legal expertise in all relevant areas, including: redevelopment, special tax, environmental and litigation, among others.
  • We are known for being on the cutting edge of financing techniques, and have blazed the trail for new types of financing for redevelopment, brownfields and economic development projects throughout the State.
  • We often advise private sector clients on how to best navigate the public landscape in order to ensure the successful completion of their projects.

Clarke Caton Hintz is an award-winning firm committed to solving today’s complex planning and design problems with a multi-disciplinary approach. Professional collaboration is at the heart of our practice. We believe that architecture, planning and landscape architecture are fundamentally interdependent; the services we provide in each discipline are enhanced by our expertise in the other related fields. Through this collaborative approach we create enduring architecture, livable places and sustainable environments.

The Mission of the Trust is to advance historic preservation in New Jersey for the benefit of future generations through education, stewardship and financial investment programs that save our heritage and strengthen our communities.

The Historic Trust seeks to achieve its mission by serving as:

  • A leading voice for preservation at the state level
  • A catalyst for preservation and community revitalization activities
  • A full partner in state policy development
  • A technical and financial resource for the stewardship of historic properties
 The Challenge

The Trust has accomplished much since its creation forty years ago. Millions of dollars have been invested and hundreds of buildings having been restored. But, in New Jersey, there are many additional historic preservation needs to be addressed. The preservation and revitalization of historic neighborhoods and communities have become as important as the preservation of individual sites. Sprawl development and demolition in urban areas are now the major forces eroding New Jersey’s historic buildings, sites and countryside.

In 2006, to begin addressing these challenges, the Historic Trust set for itself the following goals:

  • Establish stable sources of funding to support activities that contribute directly to the preservation and use of New Jersey’s heritage resources.
  • Increase visibility for heritage preservation and its ability to contribute to the vitality of New Jersey’s economy and communities.
  • Support effective collaboration among all state-level preservation related endeavors to maximize the public benefits from these efforts.

The Trust intends to advance historic preservation in New Jersey, through historic preservation sensitive state policies, funding programs, and education initiatives.