Eatontown Borough | 47 Broad Street Eatontown, NJ 07724 | (732) 389-7600

Economic Advisory

Economic Development Advisory Committee

The next EDAC meeting is being held December 8 at 3:00 pm via ZoomMeeting ID: 852 0140 7312 Passcode: 172871

EDAC is dedicated to promoting healthy economic growth throughout Eatontown. We are a robust committee with representatives from nationally recognized corporations as well as entrepreneurs from the fields of finance, high tech, retail, hospitality, health care, automotive, real estate, plus municipal officials and residents.

We monitor the fiscal climate in Eatontown:

  • Looking to relocate to the economic and transportation hub of eastern Monmouth County?
  • Want a gateway presence on the Jersey Shore?
  • Seeking advice about your current business?

Consider us a resource.

EDAC provides first-hand analysis of planning and zoning initiatives, traffic patterns, and employment conditions. We are alert to the on-going discussions for the redevelopment of the electronics command at Fort Monmouth located along Eatontown’s northeastern perimeter.A copy of the ordinance that created EDAC in September 2008 may be obtained from the Borough Clerk. Information about local, state, and federal programs that will help you grow your business in Eatontown may be found here.

We meet at 3 p.m. on the second Wednesday of each month, except legal holidays. The location is the Council Room on the second floor of Borough Hall. It is handicap-accessible. All are invited to attend these open public meetings and to suggest action items for our agenda.

We welcome hearing from you!

Members of the Economic Development Committee include:

  • Mary Ellen Gervasina
  • Hugh MaGee
  • Anna Mayer
  • Corbett Donato
  • Isadore Bale
  • Peter J. Corallo
  • Karen Gibson
  • Robert English
  • Helga Schuette
  • Jim Staveley
  • Jamie Pavlis
  • Ron Wollner
  • Administrator
  • David Gindi, Council Liaison
  • Mayor Anthony Talerico, Jr., Advisor

Grist Mill Marker on Mill Stone

Eatontown has forged a reputation as an economic crossroad, incubator for innovative business, and supplier of a highly educated and trained workforce since Thomas Eaton built a grist mill here in 1670.

Anyone seeking to volunteer on the committee please download and fill out the Citizen Leadership form and contact the Borough Clerk at 732-389-7301