June 2018
Liquor License Reform Bill Gains Traction

A bill that would expand New Jersey’s pool of liquor licenses, widely seen as a catalyst for economic growth, has taken a key step forward in the state Legislature.

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March 2018
A Smart Growth Road Map for New Jersey

Industry, retail, and labor leaders across New Jersey form a coalition to provide an Economic Development Plan for the Murphy administration.

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The Flett Exchange attributes Pizzutillo Public Affairs for, “being a major player in saving the solar industry with the passage of the 2013 law.”

Michael Flett / President, Flett Exchange



“Pizzutillo Public Affairs is an invaluable partner in assisting the New Jersey Chapter of NAIOP meet its legislative and regulatory agenda.”

Michael McGuinness / CEO, NAIOP-NJ



LCOR Inc. views Pizzutillo Public Affairs as a, “critical partner to their development team developing the Hoboken Rail Yards.”

Brian Barry / Senior Vice President, LCOR



The New Jersey Organ and Tissue Network calls Pizzutillo Public Affairs, “the intermediator to the legislature in obtaining critical timely policy making in the advancement of organ donation and transplantation.”

Joe Roth / President and CEO, NJOTN



The New Jersey Neurosurgical Society calls Pizzutillo Public Affairs as, “the eyes and ears for neurosurgeons in Trenton.”

Anthony D'Ambrosio, M.D. / President, NJNS



The Smart Growth Economic Development Coalition describes Pizzutillo Public Affairs as the, “best real estate lobbyist in Trenton and a vital resource for the real estate industry, capable of grasping policy and initiating legislation to enhance economic development for our state.”

Ted Zangari / Founder, SGEDC



The Landis Group attributes Pizzutillo Public Affairs counsel, “vital to his efforts to redevelop multifamily housing in Union City.”

Alan Landis / President, The Landis Group



The New Jersey Society of Emergency Surgeons credits Pizzutillo Public Affairs for, “keeping specialists in the emergency rooms across New Jersey.” 

David Dupree / President, NJSES