I. New Updated Edition! Salary Report of Municipal Positions Available Now
II. Register Now for These Upcoming Seminars
I. State Issues
II. Federal Issues
III. 102nd Annual League Conference
IV. Also of Interest
Be Recognized for your Innovation in Governance – Call for Entries
This is a great opportunity to showcase innovative solutions to any problems that have cropped up – either suddenly or over time – in your municipality.
Impact of FY2018 Increase in School Aid to Certain Districts
The Division of Local Government Services has sent a Memorandum to your Chief Financial Officer, Tax Collector, and Municipal Clerk addressing the impact the FY18 increase in School Aid to certain districts may have on property tax bills along with the process school districts must follow if they are going to reconsider their 2017-2018 school budgets.
State Budget Finally Finalized
As you know by now, after the three day shutdown, State leaders agreed to, and the Legislature passed, the State’s FY ’18 Appropriations Act, which was signed by the Governor as Chapter 99, P.L. 2017.
20th 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.
Governor Conditionally Vetoes Transfer of PFRS Management Bill
Today Governor Christie conditionally vetoed S-3040/A-99, which would transfer the management of the Police and Fire Retirement System (PFRS) to a Board of Trustees comprised of Labor and Management representatives.
Receive the Recognition Your Town Deserves!
I’d like to extend a personal invitation for you to submit an article to the League magazine,
NJ Municipalities sometime this year. With a circulation of 7,558 and a much larger pass
along readership, the magazine provides a unique opportunity to bring attention
to your community.
NJLM Classified Ads Section
Need to fill an open position? Looking to place an ad for equipment for sale? The New Jersey League of Municipalities website offers a Classified Ads section.