Parker & Associates
Responsible for operational aspects of PfH, defining business processes that are essential for PfH to operate as a business, financial and administrative review of proposals and contracts, arranging for insurance and audits, and other similar administrative tasks. This committee vets issues and makes recommendations to the board on issue resolution. This committee does not make decisions on behalf of the board. Responsible for reviewing the treasurer’s proposed annual and semi-annual budget for adoption by PfH, and forwarding to the Board of Commissioners for approval. Committee members are the PfH chairperson, Borough Commissioner, Committee chairpersons, Secretary/Administrator, Treasurer, Retail Recruiter. The Committee meets as needed on the fourth Wednesday of each month or as needed in Borough Hall Room 102 at 8:30 a.m.
The members are: Susan Hodges, Chair; Colleen Bianco Bezich, Commissioner; John Picking & Kathy Gold, Co-Chairs, Marketing Committee; Sean Leonard, Chair, Visual Enhancements Committee; John Master, Chair, Retail Retention and Recruitment Committee; Arlene Fiorilli, Secretary/Administrator; Information Center; Parker & Associates,Treasurer; Remi Fortunato, Retail Recruiter.
Responsible for planning and implementing a marketing strategy for the retail and restaurant community. Works with marketing consultant on marketing, advertising, promotions, public relations and special events. Representative functions include: For the benefit of the stores and restaurants in Haddonfield:
The committee meets meets at least once a month and more frequently on an as needed basis, 9am @ Information Center The members are: Kathy Gold & John Picking , Co-Chairs; Andrea Miller, Barb Raphael, Melanie Reeder, Remi Fortunato, Susan Schmidtt, Arlene Fiorilli, Julie Beddingfield, Marcello DeFeo, Daniella Spera, Melissa Crandley, Lisa Netz, Colleen Bianco Bezich
To implement visual improvements in the Business District that includes holiday lighting, signage if needed, plantings and overall beautification to create comfortable, well-marked, and continuous street front experiences. The appeal of the pedestrian environment strengthens the sense of place and supports retail spending. The committee meets on an as needed basis. The members are: Sean Leonard, Chair
Administer incentive programs- review applications for retention grants- review applications for retailer rent subsidies and fit-out grants- review applications for restaurants rent subsidies and fit-out grants- periodically review grant programs and recommend changes, create new programs to assist retail recruiter’s recruitment efforts- make recommendations to the Board as to who shall receive grants and the amount of funds- obtain Board approval for disbursing funds under these programs – review prospective tenants proposed by retail coordinator Committee members are : chairperson, (2) board members, Retail Recruiter, Secretary/Administrator, Treasurer The Committee meets on the second Wednesday of each month in Borough Hall Room 102 at 9:30 a.m. on an as needed basis. The members are: John Master, Chair Susan Hodges, Remi Fortunato, Arlene Fiorilli, Vince Parker, John Picking, Colleen Bianco Bezich
The Professional Committee promotes the diverse members of Haddonfield’s professional business community. The goal is to provide professionals and business services with the advertising opportunities and networking events necessary to succeed. The Professional Committee meets on the second Thursday of each month, 4pm or as needed, at the Haddonfield Information Center. The members are: Anne Picking, Chairperson, Matt
Regulations Committee: The PfH Regulations Committee is comprised of the PfH Chair (Susan Hodges), PfH Commissioner (Colleen Bianco Bezich), Borough Administrator (SharonMcCullough), the retail recruiter (Remi), the PfH administrator/secretary (Arlene), John Master,Vin Parker, Kathy Gold, Susan Schmidt. By-Laws Committee: Members TBD (if needed) Contact: PfH@HaddonfieldNJ.org