Tourism/arts issues at center stage

The Garden State’s arts issues will receive an airing out during a road trip Friday. Sign Up For Our Daily

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The Assembly Tourism and the Arts Committee will hold a  hearing at 11 a.m. at the Herman T. Costello Lyceum Hall, 432 High St., Burlington.

The committee will hear testimony from several witnesses:

§         Former Burlington City Mayor Herman T. Costello

§         Burlington City Mayor Dr. James Fazzone,

§         Kevin Tremble, President, and Cate Litvak, Executive Director, Crossroads of the American Revolution

§         Jan Reed, President, Burlington City Historical Society

§         Lisa Willever, Author, Nicky Fifth Chapter Books

§         Clayton Sills, Chairman, Oliver Cromwell Black History Society

“This is a great opportunity for Burlington County residents to weigh in on issues of importance to them in the arts and tourism industries,” said Committee Chairman Matthew Milam, (D-1), Atlantic/Cape May/Cumberland, in a release. 

Tourism/arts issues at center stage