I. Governor Murphy to Keynote League Virtual Conference
We are pleased to announce that Governor Phil Murphy will again deliver the keynote address at the League’s Annual Conference, presented virtually in 2020. The address will be streamed on Thursday, November 19, 12:30 PM.
For more on the Conference, please see the next item.
Contact: Mike Cerra, Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org, 609-695-3481 x120.
II. Schedule Available for 105th Annual NJLM Conference – Presented Virtually
A schedule is now online for the 105th Annual League Conference – check back often as events are being added daily. Unique to 2020, the printed Conference Program with sessions and exhibitor listing will be available online, on the Conference platform, and included in the November issues of NJ Municipalities magazine – coming soon?
Register online before October 16 for the discounted rate and join your peers this November.
Benefits of Attending the 2020 NJLM Virtual Conference
Join us online to preview the benefits of the virtual conference now. The session schedule and CEU listing is available, and will be added to daily. Preview a listing of exhibitors; starting November 2 a full interactive Exhibit Hall will be live. Register online; full site access begins November 2.
III. Earn CEU Credits Right at Your Home or Office with NJLM!
a. Personnel during a Pandemic: Rights, Obligations and Continuity of Operations Webinar
October 20, 2020
9:00 a.m. – 12:40 p.m.
Location: Your Computer
CEUs-CMFO/CCFO-4.0 Off MGMT; CTC-4.0 Gen/Sec; CPWM-2.0 Mgmt, 2.0 GOVT; RMC-4.0 Prof Devel; QPA-4.0 Off Admin/Gen Duties; CPA-4.0 MGMT; RPPO/RPPS-4.0 M/S; NJCLE-4.0: CPC-3.5: Planning Board Secretaries-3.5 Admin; Zoning Officials-3.5 Admin;, Land Use Administrators-3.5 Admin;PACLE-3.5
Event Details for Personnel During a Pandemic Webinar
More programming to come! Continue to check the League seminar page!
IV. Last Chance for 2020 Census
The United States Supreme Court on Tuesday granted the Trump Administration’s request to halt the in-person census count, while an appeal plays out in a lower court. The emergency order comes after a U.S. Court of Appeals court last week denied a request from the Administration to reverse a District Court order requiring the count to continue through October.
Citizens can still be counted, however. But they will need to take the initiative. And they will need to do so quickly.
Internet self-response will be available across the nation through October 15, 2020 until 11:59 pm Hawaii Standard Time (HST), (6:00 am Eastern Daylight Time on October 16, 2020) Visit the Bureau's internet response page to respond today.
Phone response will be available during the Bureau’s regularly scheduled time on October 15, 2020. See a schedule and a list of numbers.
Paper responses must be postmarked by October 15, 2020.
Nonresponse Follow-up census takers will continue resolving nonresponding addresses through the end of the day on October 15, 2020.
The U.S. Census Bureau is currently updating 2020Census.gov, Census.gov, as well as all external and internal guidance to reflect the schedule update.