In partnership with a coalition of anti-hunger advocates, River Crossing Strategy Group helped to research and develop a package of policies to better address hunger issues in New Jersey. We took that package of policies to legislative leaders and helped to steer the bills through committees and voting sessions to get them to the Governor's desk.
Change isn’t easy, but working with our client, BlueWave, we led the effort to create a legislative framework to bring a completely new form of solar to the Garden State. Known as dual-use solar, this new program allows farmers to continue agricultural production on their farms while bringing the energy-saving benefits of solar power and helping New Jersey reach its clean energy and climate goals.
KMS Development Partners (formerly the Keating Companies) is a well-known, highly-respected, national real estate development company specializing in complex public/private redevelopment projects. In 2012, KMS Development Partners submitted a proposal to redevelop a portion of the US Postal Service Property on the south end of Hoboken’s waterfront. The property is located in an area designated in need of redevelopment, the City’s master plan calls for a hotel in this area and the property is zoned for a hotel.
A well known, publicly traded real estate developer retained RCSG to help manage a complex $100 million dollar mixed use, brownfield redevelopment project in Northern New Jersey. The site is located within a densely populated commercial and residential area along a high-volume transportation corridor and faced significant environmental and transportation/traffic logistical issues.
Working with one of the largest and most widely recognized gas and convenience retail companies in New Jersey, RCSG helps lead its strategic expansion into the central and northern regions of New Jersey.
In early 2020, on behalf of our client Vote.org, River Crossing Strategy Group worked with a team of in-house and external government affairs professionals to build legislative support for a bill (S589) that requires the New Jersey Secretary of State to create and maintain a secure website to allow eligible voters to register to vote using an online form. New Jersey was the 38th state to institute online voter registration.
Working with our clients, the Coalition for Community Solar Access (CCSA) and the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), we worked with the Administration and key legislative leaders to position a pilot program for inclusion in a larger renewable energy bill.