Atlantic States Community Advisory Panel Receives Feedback from Charter Member
December 8, 2014
In 2006, McWane began establishing Community Advisory Panels (CAPS) with the central purpose of providing a forum for the regular, candid and constructive communication between our facilities and members of the local community. A place where company representatives and members of the community could discuss and address issues of interest or concern to the community, including economic, safety, health, environmental and local impacts related to plant operations.
Eight years later, we were pleased when we received feedback from a charter member of the Atlantic States CAP (ASCAP). ASCAP charter member Robyn Coe recently wrote:
“It is my honor and pleasure to serve this community on behalf of Atlantic States. I joined the ASCAP shortly after the group got started, I believed then that Atlantic States and Downtown Phillipsburg could overcome their stigma in the community, it is much harder to climb up than slide down, but I believe that both have succeeded. It is a result of excellent leadership and commitment from leaders and volunteers. So thank you all for your commitment to making Phillipsburg a better place to live and work.”
“Today there is a lot of pride for those involved in being part of the ASCAP as the leading organization in helping the community in Phillipsburg and Warren County. They are a very proactive group who are really making a difference in the lives of many who need it,” said Atlantic States General Manager Dale Schmelzle.
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