EAST WINDSOR: State of township annual address ahead

   Mayor Janice Mironov is scheduled to speak on the state of East Windsor Township midday on May 10 at the Holiday Inn, 399 Monmouth St.
   The address, which will occur after an East Windsor Chapter of Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce luncheon, will include a report on recent accomplishments and future goals.
   The mayor will give updates on commercial developments, such as the Sci-Park Science and Technology complex, Windsor Corporate Office Park, Windsor Center and the Twin Rivers Business Park. She will speak on proposed projects such as the Americana Redevelopment complex on Route 130 and Seasons at East Windsor.
   Another item to be discussed is the joint Route 33 Corridor Revitalization and Redevelopment Study funded through a $100,000 Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission grant.
   "I look forward to addressing business updates and how East Windsor is continuing to work to attract quality commercial development which enhances both the tax base of our community and creates job opportunities for our residents,” Mayor Mironov said.
   "This event gives another positive opportunity for businesses to learn more about our community and our efforts to be business attractive and business friendly,” she added.
   Additionally, Mayor Mironov will address the township’s open space program, as well as projects and updates regarding roadway improvements including the widening of the New Jersey Turnpike at Interchange 8, recreation and other topics of interest.
   Networking begins at 11:30 a.m. followed by lunch at noon. The program, which includes Mayor Mironov’s address, begins at 1 p.m. All members of the business community are invited to attend. The cost is $35 per member paying in advance. The future member rate is $55.
   For further information or to register, visit www.mercerchamber.org, or call the Mercer Chamber Office at 609-689-9960.