executive order updated by EO #8 Whitman
and EO #38 Whitman.
strong, sound economy is essential to the well being and prosperity
of the State of New Jersey; and
government has a responsibility to improve and maintain the State's
strategic and comprehensive economic master plan will assist State
government in removing unnecessary barriers to economic growth and
in efficiently allocating its finite resources toward projects with
the most economic benefit for the State; and
Economic Master Plan Commission should be formed to create a Strategic
Economic Master Plan for the State of New Jersey;
I, CHRISTINE TODD WHITMAN, Governor of the State of New Jersey,
by virtue of the authority vested in me by the constitution and
by the statutes of this State, do hereby ORDER and DIRECT:
is hereby established the New Jersey Economic Master Plan Commission,
hereinafter referred to as the Commission.
2. The Commission
shall consist of a chairperson and twelve members appointed by
the Governor, including the Secretary of State, and the Commissioners
of the Departments of Commerce and Labor. The Commission shall
also include representatives of the various sectors of the economy
and geographic areas of New Jersey.
3. The Commission
shall study economic condition, together with existing statutes
and regulations, which impact on the State's economic growth and
prosperity. The Commission shall develop long- and short-range
strategic recommendations for improving economic growth and prosperity
in the form of a Strategic Economic Master Plan.
4. The Commission
shall periodically report to the Governor and shall issue the
Strategic Economic Master Plan by October 1, 1994.
5. The Commission
is authorized to call upon any department, office, division or
agency of this State to supply it with data and other information,
personnel or assistance it deems necessary to discharge its duties
under this Order. Each department, officer, division or agency
of the State is hereby required, to the extent not inconsistent
with law, to cooperate with the Commission and to furnish it with
such information, personnel and assistance as is necessary to
accomplish the purpose of this Order. The Attorney General, or
her designee, shall act as legal counsel to the Commission.
Order shall take effect immediately.
under my hand and seal,
this 18th day of January in the year
of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred
and ninety four and of the independence
of the United State, the two hundred
Christine Todd Whitman
/s/ Peter Verniero
Chief Counsel to the Governor