Times of Trenton article – September 2009
Community Options, a nonprofit organization that develops community based homes and entrepreneurial business opportunities for people with disabilities throughout New Jersey, broke ground on its seventh business earlier this month in Hillsborough. Just Add Water will be a cafe style tea shop with a conference training facility attached that will also offer catering.
In the top row, from left, are Christopher Dixon, executive director of Community Options Enterprises; Mark McDevitt of the state Department of Labor and Robert Stack, president and CEO of Community Options Inc. In the bottom row, from left, are Vito Palo of the state Department of Labor; Martin Melilli, president of the Bank in Princeton; Commissioner David Socolow of the Department of Labor; and Shawn Mcinerney and Patricia Fettweis, both of the state Division of Developmental Disabilities. Community Options also has businesses in New Brunswick, Flanders, Princeton, Moorestown and Morristown.