Stockton, SJ Gas, Share Urban Investment Award for Gateway Project
Galloway, NJ - Stockton University and South Jersey Gas received the Urban Investment Award from the Southern New Jersey Development Council at its Annual Awards Reception Oct. 24 at the Tavistock Country Club in Haddonfield.
The award was presented for the public/private partnership in developing the Atlantic City Gateway Project, which includes a new residential campus for Atlantic City and a new headquarters for South Jersey Gas.
Stockton’s Interim Vice President for Administration and Finance Michael Angulo and Vice President for Facilities and Operations Donald Hudson accepted the award on behalf of the University, along with South Jersey Industries Senior Vice President David Robbins.
The Council noted that the project is a key component to Atlantic City’s renaissance. The event also included an honorary resolution from U.S. Representative Donald Norcross.
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