Tri-Town News Business Briefs, Oct. 28


Walters, an award-winning developer based in Barnegat, has welcomed the first residents to Cornerstone at Howell, at 1000 Cornerstone Drive, off West Farms and Fort Plains roads, Howell.

“We are so pleased to see families move in to their new sustainable homes,” said Joe Del Duca, partner and director of affordable housing for Walters. “Cornerstone at Howell is important to the community and is an example of Monmouth County benefitting from a successful public-private partnership.”

Cornerstone at Howell is open to individuals and families who do not make more than 60% of Monmouth County’s median income. Rental rates are based on income, family size and the number of bedrooms in a unit. Walters is scheduling virtual and phone appointments to tour apartments at Cornerstone at Howell. For leasing information, call 732-240-2787.


A regional provider of healthcare services for people with autism and other neurological conditions will open a facility in Freehold Township on Nov. 15. The new facility is part of a major expansion for Voorhees-based NeurAbilities.

“Many New Jersey children are on wait lists for diagnostic evaluations and treatment. Our expansion will help fill this gap so more children and families can receive the services and supports they deserve,” said Kathleen Stengel, chief executive officer of NeurAbilities Healthcare.

The new center has been designed for children with autism, primarily from the ages of 14 months to 15 years, but also older if appropriate. The Freehold Township location will be at 20 Gibson Place. To make an appointment, visit or call 856-346-0005.


“COVID-19 and Employment Law Update,” a free virtual presentation presented by the law firm of Jackson Lewis, will address a number of pandemic, political and civil unrest issues that have evolved over the past eight months, and will be hosted by Jersey Shore Association for Human Resources on Nov. 12 from 8:45 a.m. to noon.

Topics include the current state of New Jersey executive orders related to COVID-19 and the reopening of workplaces; wage and hour issues impacting the remote work environment; the First Amendment and the New Jersey workplace – legally and practically managing political and religious expression at work; the legal and practical implications of recent federal executive order regarding training of employees; and attendees’ questions on issues impacting current and future workplace matters.

Members should register at; by emailing Christine Higgins at [email protected].; or by calling 732-701-7155. Log in details will be sent to registrants.


Area business operators are invited to sign up now to exhibit, offer a workshop or seminar, and find employees at the JBIZ 2020 Business Expo and Conference hosted by Lakewood Township and the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce at FirstEnergy Park, Lakewood, from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Nov. 16. Anyone who would like to exhibit or to offer workshops, presentations or seminars should contact Esther at [email protected] or call 732-987-7704, ext. 104. The expo will follow COVID-19 guidelines. For more information, visit