Important Conference Sessions Transportation Matters
This is the fifth topic highlight letter that is meant to help you prepare to make the most of your time at our 99th Annual Conference.
17th Annual Elected Officials Hall of Fame
In recognition of the many municipal governing body members who are selflessly serving for twenty or more years, the League of Municipalities is pleased to once again accept nominations for the Elected Officials Hall of Fame.
The 2014 Police and Fire books are now available!
Could different contract provisions increase efficiency in your fire services? Is there a way to provide more effective policing, while lowering costs? And how much do your neighbors pay for police and fire protection? The answers to these questions can help you to better serve the interests of your local residents and businesses. And many of those answers can be found through our Police and Fire Labor Data Service.
Upcoming Sustainable Jersey Events
We would like to make you aware of these upcoming Sustainable Jersey events
Rutgers publishes The Receding Metropolitan Perimeter, A New Postsuburban Demographic Normal?
We would like to bring to your attention the latest paper issued by the Rutgers Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy. The paper, authored by Dean Jim Hughes and Dr. Joe Seneca is titled, The Receding Metropolitan Perimeter A New Postsuburban Demographic Normal?
Joining Forces: Municipal Strategies for Supporting Military Installations
The League of Municipalities, in conjunction with the New Jersey Military Installation Growth and Development Task Force, will host a seminar, “Joining Forces: Municipal Strategies for Supporting Military Installations,” for local officials to share information and best practices on improving relations between local governments and New Jersey’s military installations.
New Jersey Makers Day 2015 Invitation
On behalf of League 3rd Vice President and Piscataway Mayor Brian Wahler, we are pleased to extend an invitation to learn more about and to participate in a unique opportunity.
A Short and Simple Glimpse at the Property Tax in New Jersey
We wanted to remind you of the availability of our 2010 special report explaining why property taxes in New Jersey are so high! I invite you to share this brochure with others in your administration and with your taxpayers.
2014 Conference Resolutions
This is a reminder that member municipalities wishing to submit resolutions for consideration by the League Resolutions Committee at the Annual Conference must send a summary of the resolution to the League office by October 3, 2014 and the full text of the resolution October 17, 2014.
Important Conference Sessions Personnel Management, Pensions and Benefits
This is the fourth letter that we have prepared this year to help you prepare to make the most of your time at our 99th Annual Conference.
NJ Future Survey
New Jersey Future would like to invite you to complete a 10-minute survey about your downtown revitalization efforts. Your responses will help us understand better your redevelopment needs, and the survey will give you an overview of available resources and opportunities.
All the answers you need for most of the questions you have * at the Conference Consulting Session
Having any problems with the DEP? Unfunded mandates upsetting your budget? How’s your municipal website and how could you make it better? How can you get the most for your citizens from your incumbent cable franchise? Can you get any help from the State for your Historic Preservation efforts? And how can you get the help you need to fully recover from Sandy?