(TRENTON) – The Assembly Tourism and Arts Committee will visit Morris County on Tuesday hear testimony on the importance and benefits of tourism, the arts and historic preservation to New Jersey.
The hearing will be held at 11 a.m., Tuesday, Oct. 19, at the Field house, 107 Seminary Avenue, Chester.
Parking is available at the back of the Chester Springs Mall at 195 Route 206 in Chester.
“Tourism, arts and historic preservation jell together, and these industries, each vital to our economic well-being, are facing tough times, so we’ll work to make sure they’re positioned to succeed” said Assemblyman Matthew W. Milam (D-Cumberland/Atlantic/Cape May), the committee chairman. “From ensuring our historic sites remain tourist destinations to ensuring our arts community throughout New Jersey remains first class, we have a lot of work to do. This is hearing is part getting that job done.”