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    Town Responds to C&S Plan to Close N.J. Warehouse

    A report points to devastating consequences for the state’s economy.

    C&S Wholesale Grocers' plan to close its warehouse facility in Woodbridge, N.J. and move more than 1,300 jobs to Pennsylvania will be the subject of a Feb. 3 press conference held by Woodbridge Township mayor John McCormac, Rutgers professor Bill Rodgers and community officials, as well as other members of a special commission of inquiry.

    The facility closure and job relocation on the part of the Keene, N.H.-based wholesaler would devastate New Jersey’s economy, as well as the affected workers and their families, according to the commission’s report, “Economic Treason: Case Study of C&S Wholesale Grocers and the Destruction of New Jersey Jobs,” which will be released during the conference.
     

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