Bergen handbook bridges language gap for Latinos
— reported by NorthJersey.com
n a nod to the mushrooming population of Latino immigrants, Bergen County on Monday unveiled its first bilingual handbook of government and non-profit agencies.
County Executive Dennis McNerney said the handbook was a response to the communication gap between county government and “our fastest-growing population.”
Most of my clients are still debating whether or not they need to offer promotional materials in Spanish… in Houston… in Texas, where Spanish is so prevalent. It’s interesting to see what other places are doing.