C&J exec named to governor's pandemic aid advisory board

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Jim Jalbert, owner of C&J Trailways (Rochester Voice file photo)

CONCORD - Gov. Chris Sununu today announced who will be members of his newly formed Stakeholder Advisory Board which will provide the Governor's Office for Emergency Relief and Recovery (GOFERR) with counsel on New Hampshire's needs across a vast landscape of communities, privately owned businesses and other interests.

"The creation of the Stakeholder Advisory Board brings together community and industry leaders from across the Granite State to provide key input on COVID-19 relief efforts," said Gov. Sununu. "This advisory board will serve to add yet another layer of transparency to the distribution of federal relief aid and input into the process, ensuring as much accountability, transparency, and integrity as possible." Initial members include:

  • Bill Ardinger, Attorney, Rath, Young & Pignatelli
  • Dean Christon, Executive Director, NH Housing Finance Authority
  • Jim Jalbert, C&J Trailways
  • Al Letizio, Wholesale Food Industry
  • Donnalee Lozeau, CEO, Southern NH Community Action Program (CAP), former Mayor of Nashua
  • Scott Mason, Owner/Farmer, Northwind Farms
  • Michelle McEwen, President & CEO, Speare Memorial Hospital of Plymouth
  • Nancy Merrill, Director of Planning & Development, City of Claremont
  • Ben Wilcox, President and General Manager, Cranmore Mountain Resort

The first preliminary advisory board meeting is scheduled to hold its first remote meeting Thursday at 1 p.m.

The governor also announced additional members from various other industries will likely be added.

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