Hazlet, NJ – Ted Koczon, President of the Hazlet Business Owners Association is pleased to announce that a new committee has been formed to focus on business development along the two highway corridors that run through the Township. Both highways have seen an increase in vacant buildings and storefronts over the past few years.

The mission of the Hazlet Township Economic Development Committee is to enhance the many attributes that the Township of Hazlet has to offer.

The Hazlet Township Economic Development Committee members are a dedicated volunteer group, formed by the Hazlet Business Owners Association to help create opportunities for economic development through desirable business growth and expansion, retention and attraction, and to work as partners to develop a climate conducive of maintaining the quality of life in this great Township of Hazlet, Monmouth County, NJ.

This committee is dedicated to creating a more vibrant and cultivated community by:

•     Serving as a conduit between the commercial economic interests in Hazlet Township and the municipal government;

•     Encouraging the economic well-being and expansion of the existing commercial businesses located within the Township;

•     Responsibly assisting in developing properties within Hazlet Township in an effort to improve the aesthetics of the township while providing additional revenue; and,

•     Reviewing Township ordinances, policies, and practices to determine their impact on existing and proposed commercial businesses.


Cliff Moore – Co-Chair (Route 36 Business)

John Dwyer – Co-Chair (Route 35 Business)

Victor Scudiery – Multiple Commercial Property Owner in Hazlet

John McCarthy – (Route 36 Business)

James Pallitto – (Route 35 Business)

Meetings for Hazlet business and property owners will be announced soon.

The Hazlet Business Owners Association was founded on the basis for local businesses to gather and discuss matters to find a resolution that assisted in the growth of the local Hazlet Business Community. For further information on the Hazlet Business Owners Association, visit http://hazletboa.org

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