NJAA Hosts Ninth Annual NJAA PAC Reception
October 10, 2012
On Wed., Oct. 3rd, the New Jersey Apartment Association’s Political Action Committee (NJAA PAC) hosted over 90 guests at its Ninth Annual NJAA PAC Reception, which featured a lively discussion about politics and the multi-family housing industry by a panel of special guests: Senator Barbara Buono (D-Middlesex), Senator Steve Oroho (R-Sussex) and Patrick Murray, Director of The Polling Institute at Monmouth University.
Veteran State House reporter, Michael Aron, of NJTV, moderated the lively discussion, which covered topics including New Jersey’s economic conditions, housing and land use policy priorities, COAH reform, outlook our on the 2012 and 2013 elections, and need for a new rail tunnel into New York City.
“The New Jersey Apartment Association (NJAA) is the recognized voice of multi-family rental housing, and active engagement with legislators and policy makers helps to ensure that the interests of professional rental housing providers – and our residents – are always represented,” commented Brent Kohere, president of the New Jersey Apartment Association. “It is our mission to continue an open dialog with leaders on the issues affecting availability, affordability, viability and sustainability of rental housing in New Jersey, in order to ensure that the needs of multi-family owners, managers, builders and developers are not only heard, but met.”
NJAA’s Host Committee for this year’s PAC Reception includes Michael Barry – Applied Property Company, Brent Kohere – Home Properties, William Dailey – CIS Management Inc., Jonathan Gershen – The Gershen Group, LLC, Michael Goldberg – Goldberg Realty Associates, Michael Haydinger – First Montgomery Group, Tom Kretsch – Segal & Segal, Jeff Kurtz and Joe Spadaccini – The Kamson Corporation, David Legow – Legow Management Company, and Jeff Smith – Kriegman & Smith, Inc.