East Windsor Township mayor to address recent economic achievements at Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce

East Windsor Township Mayor Janice S. Mironov will be the featured speaker at the Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce’s economic development breakfast.

Mironov will outline the township’s most recent economic achievements at the breakfast, which starts at 8 a.m. and will be held at the Holiday Inn, East Windsor at 399 Monmouth St. on Oct. 12.

She will provide an update on current projects and review projects that are on the horizon for the business community, said Hal English, the president and CEO of the Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce.

“The business community in East Windsor is thriving, thanks to the leadership of Mayor Mironov,” English said.

“We are looking forward to gathering local and regional business leaders for a morning of networking and learning more about what the mayor is doing to drive economic growth.”

Mironov said the township has been able to attract and retain a diverse business base because of the township’s strategic central location, its excellent access to transportation, workforce and a “business-friendly, hands-on local government” that responds to the needs of the business community.

“We appreciate the opportunity to share East Windsor’s recent accomplishments and upcoming projects and goals, and especially to talk about our new and expanded stores and companies,” she said.

Tickets for the breakfast are $40 and are on sale through the Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber website at http://princetonmercerchamber.org.

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