Real Estate Management and Development
Company Overview of New Jersey SPORTS & Exposition Authority
New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority engages in the construction and operation of entertainment and convention venues. It operates racing, sports, and entertainment facilities, as well as meeting and multi-purpose venues. The company was founded in 1971 and is based in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
50 State Route 120
East Rutherford, NJ 07073
Founded in 1971
Key Executives for New Jersey SPORTS & Exposition Authority
Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Operating Officer and Legal Counsel
Executive Vice President of Facilities
Senior Vice President of Racing
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
New Jersey SPORTS & Exposition Authority Key Developments
Weinberg Sues New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority for Documents Related to Izod Center Closure
Mar 10 15
Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg filed a complaint in Superior Court in BergenCounty seeking to require the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority to turn over records related to the authority's hurried and legally noncompliant decision to close the IzodCenter. This complaint is an attempt to compel the NJSEA to turn over these documents as required by law. The complaint was filed under the Open Public Records Act in response to the authority's failure to respond to two separate OPRA requests by the senator for public documents related to the decision to close the Izod Center including: financial information, meeting minutes, transcripts, emails and other documents where Izod closing was discussed, and communications with the state Treasury Department related to the decision to close the facility. The senator is also seeking documents and communications related to the discussion of a sponsorship agreement between the Izod Center and the Prudential Center, the Prudential Center's planned donation of New Jersey Devils tickets to charities selected by the Prudential Center in consultation with NJSEA and any discussion related to the Izod Center closings that also leveraged certain promises the Prudential Center may have made to the City of Newark. The NJSEA, without public warning or notice, voted on January 15th to close the IzodCenter. A week prior to the vote, the authority entered into an agreement with the Devils Arena Entertainment LLC to transition IzodCenter events to the PrudentialCenter in Newark. The records requests were filed on Jan. 16, one day after the vote to close the facility, and on Jan. 21. Bergen County Superior Court Judge Peter Doyne signed an order March 10, requiring the NJSEA to respond to the complaint by March 30 and to appear in court on the matter on April 24.
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