NJSEA

AcronymDefinition
NJSEANew Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority
NJSEANew Jersey Society of Enrolled Agents (taxpayer assistance; Trenton, NJ)
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Therefore, the NJSEA created a New Jersey limited liability company, Historic Boardwalk Hall LLC (HBH), and subsequently sold a membership interest in HBH to a wholly owned subsidiary of Pitney Bowes Inc.
The NJSEA and Pitney Bowes also signed a contract containing put and call options.
Because both the Giants and the Jets were playing road games the following Sunday, the NJSEA had an additional week to plan its upgraded security measures, which were instituted on September 30 as the Giants hosted the New Orleans Saints at Giants Stadium.
In addition, the government contended that Pitney Bowes was not a partner, since its contribution was actually a loan, and that the NJSEA never transferred ownership of the hall to HBH.
We look forward to our new partnership with PVH," said NJSEA Chairman Carl Goldberg.
At Monmouth Park, the NJSEA presents great summer Thoroughbred action, headlined by the $1 million Haskell Invitational and the Grade 1 United Nations Handicap.
No sooner had the Empire Tract EIS been completed when in June 2002, NJSEA issued a Request for Proposals ("RFP") for the redevelopment of the Izod Center Arena site at the Sports Complex.
The penalty, which stands at $12 million now but would shrink in subsequent years, was intended to prevent the team from using another area facility as leverage at the bargaining table, an NJSEA spokesman said.
NJSEA uses Siemens technology at some of its other locations, and appreciated the advantages of having a consistent communications solution across multiple properties.
Who: Among the symposium panelists: Bill Giles, Chairman of the Phillies Dan Keating, Bala Cynwyd developer pushing for new stadium Robert Castronovo VP of the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority John Simurgyn, Public Affairs, NJSEA Evans Paull, executive planner, City of Baltimore Mark Rosentraub, author of Major League Losers Arthur Bernsetin of USFans Andrew Zimbalist, Smith College, noted author on topic Neil DeMause, author, "Field of Schemes" Jonathan Saidel, Philadelphia City Controller Jon Morgan of the Baltimore Sun News Media Contact: Preston M.
The NJSEA as well as the state government had come under fire for having selected a developer who it seemed would not be able to transform the site adjacent to the Continental Airlines Arena and Giants Stadium into the sports, shopping, and entertainment development that had been hailed as a major economic driver for the area.
This precedent setting agreement between Honeywell and the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority should serve as the national model for a cost saving public-private partnership providing maximum bang for the energy dollar," stated Dennis Robinson, executive vice president of the NJSEA.