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Willis Edwards III

Wrong Willis Edwards III?

Managing Partner

Local Address:  New York , United States
Steiner, Edwards, Nunez, McGill Group, LLC

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The County of Essex, New Jersey, 17 May 2013 [cached]
Business Administrator Willis Edwards, III (T) 973-266-4010 (F) 973-672-2383
East Orange General Hospital - About Us, 12 Jan 2003 [cached]
Willis Edwards, Vice President, External Affairs - Montclair Times Community, 5 Feb 2003 [cached]
Assemblyman Willis Edwards III, who represents Montclair, has to deal with this issue as an administrator at East Orange General Hospital and a member of the Assembly Health and Human Services Committee.
In his capacity in East Orange, Edwards was involved in creating a contingency plan for the hospital, much like the one at Mountainside.As a state legislator, he does not support the work stoppage or a $250,000 cap on pain and suffering awards.
The work stoppage, Edwards said, has created overworked physicians and overburdened emergency rooms to the hazard of patients.Further, he said, the proposed cap is unfair to people who truly deserve monetary compensation for extreme situations.
To resolve the issue and attend to the concern of doctors, Edwards said he wants to work with the Assembly Banking and Insurance Committee to explore options.
"We're looking at building financial assistance for physicians who are facing a significant increase in [insurance premiums]," he said.
Lawyers across the state have also gone on record in opposition to proposed caps.
Confusion abounds in filings for Legislature, 20 April 2001 [cached]
Enjoying the party line in Essex County is the ticket of Assemblywoman Nia H. Gill of Montclair for state Senate and Passaic County Freeholder Peter Eagler of Clifton and East Orange Housing Authority Commissioner Willis Edwards III for Assembly.
Eagler , who is also a Clifton councilman , said he would step down when his term ends in May 2002 if he is elected to the Assembly.He also would have to give up his full-time job with the New Jersey Highway Authority.
A second Democratic slate is headed by state Senate candidate Sheila Oliver , the assistant Essex County administrator and a former Essex County freeholder.
Running with her are incumbent Assemblyman Leroy J. Jones Jr. and Jay Curtis Hutchins.All are from East Orange , and the competing tickets appear to be an outgrowth of a Democratic feud between Jones and East Orange Mayor Robert Bowser.Jones has also filed to run for mayor. - Montclair Times Community, 25 Aug 2002 [cached]
Willis Edwards III and Peter Eagler, elected last November to represent the 34th Legislative District in the state Assembly, are rookie representatives, but so what?
Edwards and Eagler ran on a slate headed by Montclair resident Nia H. Gill, the 34th District's state Senator.
In the just-concluded legislative session, Eagler and Edwards successfully pushed back the application date for the Homestead Rebate program, allowing hundreds of seniors, disabled individuals, and persons of limited income to escape paying increases in their property taxes.
Edwards and Eagler were prime sponsors of a bill that could potentially generate $3 to $4 million a year for brain injury research.
Eagler and Edwards said that one of reasons they've been successful is because they have each other to lean on and they have built a cohesive team.
"I regularly speak with my senator and Peter," said Edwards.
Edwards is the vice chair of the Housing & Local Government Committee, and a member of the Health & Human Services Committee.
Typical of most state legislators, Edwards maintains a full-time job.
Edwards is vice president of East Orange General Hospital.When the legislative session is on, he spends a minimum of two days per week in Trenton.The legislative job pays $49,000 per year.
Both Eagler and Edwards backed DiVincenzo's opponent, Montclair resident Thomas Giblin, in the primary election held in June.
Three of the majority 44 Democrats often vote with the 36 Republicans, according to Eagler and Edwards.
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