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Training for Elected Municipal Officials - 04/01/2017

Rutgers University Center for Government Services has scheduled a program for elected municipal officials entitled “The Powers & Duties of the Municipal Governing Body" on Saturday, April 1, 2017 from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm at the Center’s location, 303 George Street in New Brunswick. The cost is $175.00 and includes continental breakfast and lunch. Agenda topics include: Forms of Municipal Government, Policy Making & Implementation, Organization and Administrative Codes, Management Challenges, Budgeting, Taxation, Financial Controls, Staff Relationships, Labor Relations, Contract Negotiations, Planning and Zoning, Open Public Meetings Act, Open Public Records Act, and Ethics. CEUs have been approved. Additional information and registration form can be found online.  For questions please email: cupano@rutgers.edu.     

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NJ-GMIS Event: 2017 Technology Education Conference - 04/06/2017

New Jersey GMIS, our state's association of local government technology managers, is having its 8th annual Technology Education Conference on April 6 at The Palace in Somerset Township (Somerset County) from 8:30am – 5:30pm. The conference is a great opportunity to get caught up on recent technology management knowledge, network with peers, and have ample time to talk to vendors about products and services. Sessions will focus on Cyber Security, Management, Communications and Specialty Technology. The Keynote speaker will be Dr. Edward Felten, Former Deputy US Chief Technology Officer and will speak on his experiences while at the White House. Four (4) Technology CEUs have been applied for from the DLGS. Capacity is limited but there are still some open spots for attendees. Registration is available online.  

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MCANJ 2017 Education Conference - 04/25/2017

MCANJ’s Annual Education Conference Committee is scheduled for April 25, 26 & 27 at The Palace at Somerset Park.  The Palace is located at 333 Davidson Avenue in Somerset, NJ. Our goal is to expand our knowledge of the workings of local government, refresh our memories on common practices, and elevate our standards of performance as Municipal Clerks. Detailed conference information and registration is available online.  In order to take advantage of the member rate for conference registration, you must be a currently registered MCANJ member and your dues payment must have been received.  The database will automatically check this once you hit the submit button. PLEASE NOTE: All registration is online ONLY (There is No onsite registration) - Registration and payment must be received by 3/25/17 to take advantage of the discounted early rate - Registration closes completely on 4/5/17.  If you have not registered and paid by this date, you will not be able to attend the conference. For questions about registration contact 2nd VP Kevin Galland at 2VicePresident@njclerks.org.  

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Bail Reform and What it Means for Your Municipality - 04/28/2017

The New Jersey League of Municipalities will be holding a Webinar titled "Bail Reform: What It Means for Your Municipality" on April 28, 2017 from 11:00am - 12:15pm. In early January 2017, New Jersey's Bail Reform and Speedy Trial Act went into effect.  While the reform is likely to be a net positive for criminal defendants, it has and will continue to add to costs to municipalities and counties, not the least of which is increased overtime.  The speakers will explain how law enforcement agencies are affected by the reform with respect to manpower, and solutions that have been used by certain departments to defray costs.  Finally, the speakers will examine the negotiability under PERC and other legal ramifications of proposed changes associated with amending practices to save taxpayer dollars while still complying with the bail reform law. CEUs have been approved. Additional information and registration is available online.

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Using Current ABC Rules to Promote Redevelopment - 05/10/2017

On May 10, 2017 at the Doubletree Hotel on 700 Hope Road in Tinton Falls, NJ 07724 from 8:30AM - 12:30PM the New Jersey League of Municipalities will present a seminar titled "Using Current ABC Rules to Promote Redevelopment." The seminar will discuss the State Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control's Handbook for Licenses and reveal innovative options that can be used to redevelop a "restaurant row" and bring businesses and jobs to your municipality. Speakers will consider the impact of diverse restaurants and their ability to serve adult beverages, on economic development. Participants will learn about tools that are currently available, in compliance with State law and regulation, to enable local restaurateurs to compete and prosper locally. Attendees will also see the example of how one town was able to use these tools as part of a strategy to achieve good development. CEUs have been approved and Registration is available online.

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