Under an administrative order that supporters say is good for property managers and the environment, New Jersey last week became the last state to approve sub-metering for water at multifamily properties.
Jeff Perlman, a partner in the insurance brokerage Borden Perlman, of Lawrenceville, said Hurricane Irene has disrupted businesses by making it difficult for customers to reach businesses — especially retail locations that may be in full operation, yet cut off from their customers by the...
David Kotok, chairman of the institutional money management and research firm Cumberland Advisors, in Vineland, is upping his fourth-quarter 2011 forecast for the nation's gross domestic product in the wake of Hurricane Irene.
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