Dear Friends of Heritage Tourism in the State of New Jersey



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Dear Friends of Heritage Tourism in the State of New Jersey:

The New Jersey Heritage Tourism Task Force cordially invites you to attend a special meeting of tourism, business and community leaders to discuss and prioritize recommendations for New Jersey’s Heritage Tourism Strategic Plan.


 
The New Jersey Legislature has charged our task force with developing a plan that will address major issues and identify strategies to advance heritage tourism in our state. Three meetings will be facilitated by our expert consulting team to receive feedback on the initial report, and to record your observations and recommendations for action.
 
Meeting dates and times are listed below. Please let us know by September 10 which meeting you will be able to attend, so that we can send you some documents that will prepare you for the discussion. Directions to all the meetings are posted below.
 
We look forward to your participation.
 
Sincerely,
Cate Litvack, Chair
On behalf of the New Jersey Heritage Tourism Task Force
www.njht.org/dca/njht/touring/
 

To reserve your space:
 Respond by email to njht@dca.state.nj.us
(please type Heritage Tourism Task Force in the subject line)
or respond by phone to 609 984 0473
or respond by fax to 609 984 7590
 
Please provide the following information:
Your Full Name
 Name of the Organization you representing
Email Address
 Daytime Phone Number
 What type of organization are you representing?  
   Tourism / hospitality / history / government / other
 Which meeting will you attend?  
   Morristown / Burlington City / Atlantic City
Wednesday, September 16
10 AM – 1 PM
Morristown Club
27 Elm Street
Morristown, NJ
The Morristown Club is a brick house, 1 ½ blocks on the right between the Municipal Parking Lot and the Red Cross Building.
Directions From North and West: Take route 80 to 287 South. Take Exit 35 “Madison Avenue-Old Route 24”. Take right off exit ramp onto Madison Ave. Travel one block and make right at light onto South Street. At second light make right onto Elm Street.
From South: Take 287 North. Exit at first exit marked “Morristown”. Take left at exit ramp onto South Street. At third light, make right onto Elm Street.
From East: Take Route 24 North. Exit onto 287 South. Take Exit 35 “Madison Avenue-Old Route 24”. Take right off exit ramp onto Madison Ave. Travel one block and make right at light onto South Street. At second light make right onto Elm Street.
Parking is available on the street or in the municipal lot on the corner of Franklin and Elm (to the right of the Morristown Club as you face the building)
 
Wednesday, September 16
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
The Lyceum (Old City Hall)
432 High Street
Burlington City, NJ
Directions from Route 130: After turning off Route 130 onto High Street you will find us on the left shortly after the first set of traffic lights.

Directions from I-295: Take exit 47B onto Route 541 & Burlington Mt Holly Road, which turns into High Street. After crossing Route 130, you will find us on the left a short distance past the first set of traffic lights.
Parking is available on High Street, and the City has large parking lots off Broad Street on Stacy Street. For a map of the city including parking please see the following link to the Official Burlington City website.
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Thursday, September 17
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Carnegie Library
35 S. Dr. MLK, Jr. Blvd.,
Atlantic City, NJ

Directions:
From the Atlantic City Expressway (ACE) -
Take the Expressway into Atlantic City all the way to the last traffic light. At this traffic light turn left onto Pacific Avenue and proceed five blocks to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. The Carnegie Library Center is at the intersection of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard and Pacific Avenue.

From Route 30 eastbound (White Horse Pike) -
Take Route 30 into Atlantic City. After crossing over the drawbridge move to the right-hand lane and follow signs for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. Bear right onto Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard and proceed for several blocks. After crossing the intersection at Atlantic Avenue, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard turns into one lane. The Carnegie Library Center will be on your left-hand side at the intersection of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard and Pacific Avenue.

Parking is available at 1600-1610 Pacific Avenue on the corner of Kentucky & Pacific Avenues, approximately one-half block away from the facility. 


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