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Mays Landing New Jersey. DECEMBER 6, 2019
The Atlantic County Justice Facility, donated to the Toys for Children program in Atlantic County.
Two thousand dollars was collected by three officers, representing their specific unions:
Lieutenant Eric Matlock, representing FOP #112; Sergeant Brian Martin, also representing FOP # 112; Official Bobby Hines, representing FOP # 34; and Stephanie Lewis, representing Teamsters.
Greetings to everyone for the donations. Thanks to donations like this, on Decemeber 15th, 2019, the Toys for Kids Program will be delivering within Atlantic County to the following places: Hospitals, Nursing Homes and Community Events with more than 2500 gifts for children in this celebration.
MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR 2020!
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The National Aviation Research and Technology Park in partnership with the Atlantic County Improvement Authority and Atlantic County government will hold a ribbon cutting program for the first building in the park on Wednesday, June 19 at 10 AM at 600 Aviation Research Boulevard, Egg Harbor Township.
Tenants in the park include General Dynamics Information Technology, Thunderbolt Software, LLC, the FAA LIFT Lab, the NARTP office, and the Atlantic County Institute of Technology Aviation Program. The building also contains space for small business incubators for aviation related start ups. Upon full build out, the park will consist of seven buildings with 400,000 square ft. of Class A research and development space. The NARTP is an integral component in an Aviation Innovation Hub.
The National Aviation Research and Technology Park is a 501(c) (3) non-profit auxiliary organization of Stockton University dedicated to facilitating research and development, innovation, and commercialization of emerging aviation technologies. The park is located on a 58-acre parcel adjoining the Federal Aviation Administration William J. Hughes Technical Center, a facility dedicated to research, development, and sustainment of the National Airspace System, and the Atlantic City International Airport, a designated Smart Airport Research Test Bed Facility.
Current research partners include Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, New Jersey Institute of Technology, the National Institute of Aerospace, Rowan University and Stockton University.