• Economic Development & Infrastructure Committee

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    Name: Economic Development & Infrastructure Committee
    Date: May 4, 2017
    Time: 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM EDT
    Event Description:
    Featuring: Kristen Jarnagin, President & CEO of Discover Long Island Tourism – One of Long Island’s Biggest Industries

    The LIA Economic Development and Infrastructure Committee welcomes Kristen Jarnagin, President & CEO of Discover Long Island. Discover Long Island is the official tourism promotion agency responsible for promoting the Long Island region as a destination for tourism, meetings, conventions and sporting events. She will be discussing her plans for tourism on Long Island, especially how it relates to the business community, and certain priority legislation they want passed in Albany.

    One of the many benefits of LIA membership is complimentary admission to all of our member strategic committees, policy forums and many of our special events.

    Economic Development and Infrastructure Committee, co-chaired by Michael Maturo, President and CFO for RXR Realty LLC and Matthew Whalen, Senior Vice President, Development for AvalonBay Communities, Inc. and vice-chaired by Ellen Rudin, Managing Director for CBRE and John Gutleber, President and CEO of Castagna Realty. The Economic Development and Infrastructure Committee looks at ways to grow Long Island's economy and create jobs while also evaluating issues that include transportation, housing, real estate, minority- and women -owned businesses and international trade.
    Location:
    300 Broadhollow Road
    Melville, NY 11747
    (Lower Level of the Bank of America Building)
    Date/Time Information:
    Thursday, May 4, 2017
    8:00-8:30 a.m. Networking
    8:30-10:00 a.m. Discussion 
    Contact Information:
    Matthew Cohen
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