New Jersey Green Industry Council Dedicates This Issue of The Landscape in Memory of
Joseph A. Turchi, Sr. August 19, 1938 – June 20, 2017
Good day everyone,
I hope everyone had the opportunity to enjoy an extended weekend over the Memorial Day Holiday. Please let’s not forget to remember
the men and women that sacrificed to allow us to enjoy this Freedom that we hold dearly!
What amazes me about the Green Industry in the Tri-State area is that it can be running smoothly throughout most of the year as if on
cruise control, and suddenly hit potholes and speed bumps that seem to come out of nowhere. The main goal of the New Jersey Green industry Council (NJGIC) is to be your voice in Trenton, regarding any Legislative Actions that effect our Industry. In addition to being your voice, we look to communicate and educate our members and Allied Associations as well. I’ve recently dubbed this ACE, meaning Advocacy,
Communication, and Education. It is extremely important for our members to know how our actions help to preserve their livelihood in this great Industry.
Getting back to my original statement about the smooth running encountering potholes, we have been relatively quiet in Trenton thanks to the efforts of State Street Associates and in particular, Ed Waters. Ed keeps us informed as to what’s happening in Trenton that effects the New Jersey Green Industry. It seems like at the snap of a finger we are faced with a number of issues that the NJGIC is suddenly involved in.
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