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REMINDER- NJLM Mini Conference - June 15, 2022 - 05/11/2022

NJLM Mini Conference Open for Registration-Earn up to 8 CEU's in one day!

The NJLM Mini Conference is now open for registration. The Conference will take place in person on June 15, 2022 at the Conference Center at Mercer in West Windsor and offer 10 different educational sessions. CEU's are available for Finance Officers, Tax Collectors, Public Works, Municipal Clerks, Accountants, Recycling Professionals, and New Jersey and PA Attorneys. Some attendees can earn up to 8 CEU's in one day! Cost for Members is $115 per person and $130 for nonmembers.

For a schedule of sessions and the registration form please visit
https://www.njslom.org/836/NJLM-Mini-Conference

If you have any questions please contact Danielle Holland-Htut at 609-695-3481 ext 118 or dholland@njlm.org

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TCTANJ Spring 2022 Course Announcement - 03/03/2022

The Tax Collectors and Treasurers Association of New Jersey (TCTANJ)  is pleased to present its new educational course lineup for the spring of 2022.

 

Abandoned Properties and Daniel's Law Updates

Date: Friday, April 8, 2022

Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Location: Your Computer

 

At this webinar, attendees will receive important updates and information concerning Abandoned Properties and Daniel's Law.

Speakers:  Marc Pfeiffer will discuss the changes that have been made to Daniels Law and how the changes will be handled through a central office at the state level.

                 Keith Bonchi will discuss the new law on abandoned properties and tax liens.

 

CEU Contact Hours (1) CTC-Legislation, (1) Enforcement, CMFO/CCFO - (1) Budget (1) Office Management and Ancillary, RMC - (1) Professional Development, (1) Finance, QPA - (2) Office Administrative/General Duties, CPA/RMA - (1) Personal Development, (1) Finance

 

Registration is available at: https://www.tctanj.org/documents/Webinars/2022%20Spring%20Webinar%20-%20April%208%202022.pdf

 

The TCTNJ  is also pleased to announce their 55th Annual Spring Conference to be held at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, NJ on May 17, 2022 through May 19, 2022.  

 

For more information please visit us at: https://web.cvent.com/event/bc01d77d-a342-463a-93b0-b25de1390811/summary?previewToken=1994dc5c5a181e0c468d95153a247853

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NJRA 2022 TI Workshops - 03/02/2022

New Jersey Redevelopment Authority's (NJRA) Training Institute (TI) has announced its new course lineup beginning this spring. TI offers intensive intermediate- level training courses, which focus on development and redevelopment fundamentals. The TI is designed to provide nonprofit and for-profit developers, professional consultants, licensed practitioners, entrepreneurs, and city/state/county staff with a body of knowledge of the redevelopment and real estate development process.

The NJRA understands the importance of education and the need for affordable redevelopment and real estate education for New Jersey communities. Recognizing that many communities are still recovering from the pandemic, all course offerings have been lowered to $10. Register today.

Attached is Workshop Calendar and additional information and registration is available online at:  https://www.njra.us/WorkshopWebinarRegistation

 

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Upcoming NJ League Of Municipalities Seminars and Webinars - 02/23/2022

Upcoming NJ League Of Municipalities Seminars and Webinars

 

League Professional Development Webinar

"Budget, Ethics, and Procurement Updates"

March 10, 2022

9:00a.m.-12:45p.m.

Location: Your Computer

 

At this webinar, attendees will receive important updates and information from the Division of Local Government Services on the topics of Budgeting, Ethics, and Procurement.

 

CEUs : CMFO/CCFO-1.5 Budgeting,1.5  Accounting, 1.5 Financial/debt Management, 1.5 Ethics; CTC, 1.5 Gen/Sec, 1.5 Ethics; CPWM, 2.0 Management,1.0 Ethics; RMC-3.5 Finance, 1.5 Ethics;

QPA-2.5 Office Admin./General duties,1.5 P/P, 1.5 Ethics; CPA-1.5 Fin, 1.5 Acct,1.5 Eth, NJCLE-4.5 including 1.5 ETH, *PACLE-3.5 including 1.0 ETH; RPPO/RPPS- 1.5 P/P, 1.5 Eth, 1.5 M/S; Planning/Zoning Board Secretaries, Zoning Officials, and Land Use Administrators-1.25 administrative hours;CRP-3.5 classroom;CPC-3.5

 

Link for Registration Information: https://www.njlm.org/Calendar.aspx?EID=262

 

League Professional Development Program

Budgeting for the Elected Official: Everything you Need to Know to Create, Balance, and Approve Your Municipalities' Budget

Saturday, March 12, 2022 8:30a.m.-2:00p.m.

The Conference Center at Mercer

1200 Old Trenton Rd.

West Windsor, NJ 08550

 

Creating and approving a feasible budget is one of the most important tasks of an Elected Official. It is also one of the most complex and time consuming tasks. To aide in this endeavor, the League has created a special half day program geared towards Elected Officials to help them in understanding the Municipal Budgeting Process

 

Link for Registration Information: https://www.njlm.org/Calendar.aspx?EID=258

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"The Powers & Duties of the Municipal Governing Body" - 02/16/2022

Please Forward to Council, Business Administrator & Mayor

Rutgers University Center for Government Services is pleased to present an online program for elected Municipal officials "The Powers & Duties of the Municipal Governing Body". This seminar provides governing body members with an overview of municipal government and the multitude of challenges affecting its efficient, timely and ethical operations.

The six-hour seminar covers essential components of the administration of municipal government. It familiarizes students with the breadth and depth of governing body responsibilities. It also provides basic information about the legislative, regulatory, financial, legal, and ethical environments in which municipal governments exist. Most importantly, it imparts a sense of when to question the administrative processes that involve the participation of the governing body.

Instructed by an experienced professional, the session brings real-life applications and insights to better understand the nuances of public service in government. This program has been specifically designed to address the needs and interests of elected officials serving in their respective communities. The program has been approved by DCA/DLGS for continuing education credits for CMFO, CCFO, CTC, CPWM, RMC, & QPA.

There are two online offerings scheduled on Wednesday, March 23, 2022 and Saturday, March 26, 2022 from

9:00 am - 4:00 pm via WebEx. The link to the webinar will be sent out after registration is completed. 

Please visit our website for registration information: https://cgs.rutgers.edu/programs/elected-officials

 

Thank you!

 

Olga Chaban, EdD

Sr. Program Coordinator

 

CENTER FOR GOVERNMENT SERVICES                                                             

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Lifelong Learning Center   3 Rutgers Plaza, 3rd Floor    

New Brunswick, NJ   08901

                                     

Ph: 848-932-4731  

F:   732-932-3586

http://www.cgs.rutgers.edu

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Rutgers University Ctr. for Government Services: 52nd Public Purchas - 02/16/2022

Dear Purchasing Agents:

Rutgers University Center for Government Services is pleased to present 52nd Annual Public Purchasing Educational Forum. The event is scheduled on April 26, 27, 28, 2022 at Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino, Atlantic City.

For more information and to register, please visit https://cgs.rutgers.edu/public-purchasing-forum

 

Olga Chaban, EdD

Sr. Program Coordinator

 

CENTER FOR GOVERNMENT SERVICES                                                             

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Lifelong Learning Center   3 Rutgers Plaza, 3rd Floor    

New Brunswick, NJ   08901

                                     

Ph: 848-932-4731  

F:   732-932-3586

http://www.cgs.rutgers.edu

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NJLM-Cannabis Law Webinar - 02/01/2022

League Professional Development Program

Municipal Cannabis Law Webinar

Friday, February 18, 2022

9:00a.m. to 12:45p.m

Your Computer

 

This seminar will review the cannabis law as it applies to ordinances, land use, police enforcement, and differences between medical and recreational laws, smoke free laws and taxation.

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 PD; Planning/Zoning Board Secretaries-3.5 Tech; Zoning Officials-3.5 Tech; Land Use Administrators-3.5 Tech; NJCLE-4.3; PACLE-3.5; Local Government Leadership Program-3 points

For registration information please visit:

https://www.njlm.org/Calendar.aspx?EID=260

Questions - Please contact Danielle Holland-Htut, Continuing Education/Special Programs Manager at dholland@njlm.org or 609-695-3481 ext 118

 

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NJLM Presents-Programs for Newly Elect Officials - 12/20/2021

The New Jersey League of Municipalities Presents: Programs for Newly Elected Officials

The New Jersey League of Municipalities will be hosting programs targeted towards Newly Elected Officials in January and February 2022.

Orientation for Newly Elected, Reelected and Experienced will be held on the following dates:

The Southern program will be held on January 22, 2022 at the Westin Hotel at 555 Fellowship Rd, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054.

The Northern program will be held February 5, 2022  at the Hilton Meadowlands Hotel, 2 Meadowlands Plaza, East Rutherford, NJ 07073.

Both programs will run 8:30 am - 3:30 pm.

                Registration and Program information are available at:

                January 22- https://www.njlm.org/Calendar.aspx?EID=257

                February 5- https://www.njlm.org/Calendar.aspx?EID=256

Budgeting for Newly Elected Officials will be held on March 12, 2022 at the Conference Center at Mercer 1200 Old Trenton Road, West Windsor, NJ

08550

 

                Registration and Program information are available at:

 

                https://www.njlm.org/Calendar.aspx?EID=258

Health and Safety Note: To prevent the spread of COVID-19, it is strongly recommended that all attendees wear a mask regardless of vaccination status.

If you have any questions about these programs, please contact Danielle Holland-Htut at 609-695-3481 ext. 118 or dholland@njlm.org

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NJLM Offers Online Opportunities for Education - 10/06/2021

League Professional Development Program

“Labor Negotiations 2021 – Understanding Collective Negotiations, Interest Arbitration and Chapter 78 Update and the Impact of COVID-19”

Friday, October 22, 2021

9:00a.m. to 12:40p.m

Your Computer

This seminar will cover the basics involved in collective negotiations with civilian and law enforcement bargaining units. Topics to be discussed include the process of negotiations, preparation for negotiations, and the scope of negotiations.  The seminar will also address impasse procedures including mediation, fact finding, and interest arbitration for law enforcement bargaining units. This seminar will also heavily focus on the impact that Chapter 78, and negotiations and interest arbitration with the sunsetting of the 2% hard cap. Special attention will be provided to analyzing post 2% hard cap awards.  Also, issues related to COVID-19 including leave time, vaccinations, remote working and other timely issues will be discussed.  Finally, this seminar will focus on recent legislative changes affecting negotiations.  If you will be negotiating a contract in the near future this is a must attend webinar..

Presenter: -Joseph Hannon, Esq, Genova Burns, LLC

CEU’s- CMFO/CCFO- 4.0 Off Mgmt/Anc, CTC-4.0 Gen/Sec, CPWM-2.0 MGMT, 2.0 Govt, RMC- 4.0 Prof Devel, QPA-4.0 Off Admin/Gen Duties; RPPO/RPPS- 4.0 M/S;CPA-4.0 Fin;NJCLE-4.0,PACLE-3.5*; Local Government Leadership Program-3 points

Registration Information can be found at the October 22 Labor Program

 

League Professional Development Webinar

Best Practices for a Diverse Municipal Workplace

October 26, 2021

9:00AM – 12:40PM

Location: Your Computer

This seminar will explore legal requirements and strategies for building a inclusive and diverse workforce.  Focus will be given to providing an overview of the current anti-harassment and discrimination laws and best practices to foster diverse workplaces.

Presenter: -Jennifer Roselle Esq, Genova Burns LLC

CEUs- CMFO/CCFO-4.0 ETH, CTC-4.0 ETH, CPWM-4.0 ETH, RMC-4.0 ETH, QPA-4.0 ETH, CPA-4.0 ETH;RPPO/RPPS-4.0 ETH NJCLE-4.0 ETH, PACLE-3.5 ETH ;Local Government Leadership Program-3 points

Registration Information can be found at the October 26 Best Practices Program

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Rutgers - School of Public Affairs and Administration CPM - 08/03/2021

Rutgers - School of Public Affairs and Administration is pleased to announce that the NJ Certified Public Manager program will be resuming in-person instruction and have scheduled sessions in the fall 2021 at the following

locations:  

The Newark Police Communications Building, 311 Washington St., Newark (free parking available), on Wednesdays starting Oct. 6th and at Burlington County Emergency Services Training Center, 53 Academy Dr., Westampton, on Fridays starting Oct. 29th.

Health and safety measures will be enacted in accordance with established guidance provided by the Governor's Office, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), OSHA, the NJ Department of Health and those outlined by the facilities in which we operate. In the event that in- person learning is discontinued due to health- related matters the program will continue through virtual learning.

Rutgers - School of Public Affairs and Administration's Spring 2022 will include in- person learning in Freehold and optional virtual learning for those who prefer that option. Other in-person learning locations for 2022 will be announced in the fall.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and acceptance is determined based on class enrollment. 

For more information please visit website at:

https://spaa.newark.rutgers.edu/cpm

If you have any questions please contact us at:

cpmspaa@newark.rutgers.edu.

 

Notice sent to:  Municipal & County Clerks; Municipal & County Finance Officers; Qualified Purchasing Agent; Public Works Manager; Manager; Tax Collector;  Fire Districts and DLGS List Serv.

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Rutgers University Center for Government Services - CGS Programs - 08/02/2021

Dear Municipal Clerks:

Please Forward to Council, Business Administrator & Mayor

 

Rutgers University Center for Government Services is pleased to present a series of courses designed to enhance the operational and functional knowledge of local government units professionals. All courses are presented online.

 

"The Powers & Duties of the Municipal Governing Body"

This 6-hour seminar provides governing body members with an overview of municipal government and the multitude of challenges affecting its efficient, timely and ethical operations.

Instructed by an experienced professional, this course brings real- life applications and insights to better understand the nuances of public service in government. This program has been specifically designed to address the needs and interests of elected officials serving in their respective communities. The program has been approved by DCA/DLGS for continuing education credits for CMFO, CCFO, CTC, CPWM, RMC, & QPA.

 

"Strategic Municipal Budgeting and Capital Planning Strategies"

This 4.5-hour course will assist public officials in making informed strategic financial decisions that will stabilize a local government's operating and capital budget. The program will focus on the importance on multi- year budgeting, capital planning and cost containment strategies. Topics will include review and analysis of Local Budget Law; strategic budget & revenue planning; shared service agreements opportunities and cost containment analysis; capital planning and debt planning. The program has been approved by DCA/DLGS for continuing education credits for CMFO, CCFO, CTC, CPWM, RMC, & QPA.

 

"Introduction to Public Purchasing"

This 4-hour seminar is designed for the local government professionals affected by the purchasing function. The program introduces the basic legal requirements of purchasing; explains forms, processes, and purchasing vocabulary; and recommends effective strategies. Participants gain a clear understanding of the total purchasing process and learn how to improve office efficiency. The program has been approved by DCA/DLGS for continuing education credits for CMFO, CCFO, CPWM, RMC, & QPA.

 

Please see attached flyer for more information and visit our website to register:

https://cgs.rutgers.edu/registration-information 

 

Looking forward to seeing you at our courses!

 

 

Thank you!

 

Olga Chaban, EdD

Sr. Program Coordinator

 

CENTER FOR GOVERNMENT SERVICES                                                             

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Lifelong Learning Center   3 Rutgers Plaza, 3rd Floor    

New Brunswick, NJ   08901

                                     

Ph: 848-932-4731  

F:   732-932-3586

http://www.cgs.rutgers.edu

 

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NJ League Webinar on New Jersey's Green Storm Water Management Rules - 05/04/2021

NJ League Webinar on New Jersey's Green Storm Water Management Rules

The New Jersey League of Municipalities will host a webinar on Storm Water Management Rules on Wednesday May 26, 2021 from 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM.  The Webinar will discuss the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection's (NJDEP) green infrastructure amendments to New Jersey's Storm Water Management Rules which took effect on March 2, 2021. The amendments require the use of green infrastructure strategies to better manage polluted storm water runoff and reduce flooding compared with older storm water collection systems and approaches. The objective of the amendments is to help make New Jersey's watersheds cleaner by improving water quality, while increasing state communities' resilience to the increased storms and chronic flooding due to climate change.

The Webinar will also provide a discussion of the legal aspects of the green infrastructure changes to the existing New Jersey Storm Water Management Rules, as well as a practical discussion of how the changes can be implemented.

Registration Fee:

$45.00 for Members

$65.00 for Non Members

Speakers:       

John M. Scagnelli, Partner, Chair,

Environmental and Land Use Law Group, Law Firm of Scarinci and Hollenbeck, James Thaon, P.E., Branch Manager, Bohler Engineering, Tung-To Lam, P.E., Associate, Bohler Engineering

CEU's:

CMFO/CCFO-1.5 Off Mgmt./Anc,CPWM-1.5 Tech; RMC-1.5 Prof Devel; QPA-1.5 Of Admin/Gen Duties; CRP-1.25 Classroom; Planning Board Secretaries-1.25 Tech; Zoning Officials - 1.25 Tech; Land Use Administrators - 1.25 Tech; CPC-1.5 NJCLE - 1.5; PACLE-1.0*; Local Government Leadership Program - 3 points.

Link for Registration Information:

https://www.njlm.org/Calendar.aspx?EID=251&month=5&year=2021&day=3&calType=0

For more information please contact Danielle Holland-Htut, Continuing Education/Special Programs Manager, at 609-695-695-3481 ext. 118 or dholland@njlm.org.

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NJLM Mini Conference - 04/20/2021

NJLM Online Mini Conference Open for Registration-Earn CEU's Online from the Comfort of Your Home or Office

The NJLM Online Mini Conference is now open for registration. The Conference will take place over June 15, 16, and 17, 2021 and offer 12 different webinars for attendees to join for one low price. CEU's are available for Finance Officers, Tax Collectors, Public Works, Municipal Clerks, Accountants, Recycling Professionals, and New Jersey and PA Attorneys. Some attendees can earn up to 16.5 CEU's in three days! Cost for Members is $115 per person and $130 for nonmembers.

For a schedule of webinars and the registration form please visit https://www.njlm.org/836/NJLM-Online-Mini-Conference

If you have any questions please contact Danielle Holland-Htut at 609-695-3481 ext 118 or dholland@njlm.org

 

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NJLM Offers Online Opportunities for Education - 02/09/2021

NJLM Offers Online Opportunities for Education for Your Licensed and Elected Officials

  1. League Professional Development Webinar

     Returning to Work After COVID-19 Webinar

     February 26, 2021

     9:00AM - 12:40PM

     Location: Your Computer

This webinar will explore how the COVID-19 public health crisis has impacted planning for personnel matters, negotiating with collective bargaining units, working remotely from home, implementing workplace reductions through furloughs and layoffs, addressing workers compensation issues, travel, quarantine issues and preparing the workplace for return to work. This webinar will also provide guidance on understanding the requirements imposed on employers by the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), and other policy mandates. Finally, this seminar will focus on the most up-to-date issues concerning this issue.

Presenter:

Joseph M. Hannon, Esq, Genova Burns, LLC

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; RPPO/RPPS-4.0 M/S;CPA-4.0 PD; Planning Board Secretaries-3.25 Admin; Zoning Officials-3.25 Admin;, Land Use Administrators-3.25 Admin; NJCLE-4.0, PACLE-3.5*:Engineer PE-3.5

Registration Information:

https://www.njlm.org/Calendar.aspx?EID=245

 

  1. League Professional Development Program

        Budgeting for the Elected Official: Everything you Need to Know to Create, Balance, and      Approve Your Municipalities' Budget

        Saturday, March 6, 2021 8:30a.m.-2:00p.m

       Location: Your Computer

Creating and approving a feasible budget is one of the most important tasks of an Elected Official. It is also one of the most complex and time consuming tasks. To aide in this endeavor, the League has created a special half day program geared towards Elected Officials to help them in understanding the Municipal Budgeting Process.

Presenters:       

-Jon Rheinhardt, Administrator/Chief Financial Officer, Borough of Wharton, Immediate Past President, Government Finance Officers Association of NJ

-Jason Gabloff, Chief Financial Officer, Township of Millburn, Past President, Government Finance Officers Association of NJ                                              

Registration Information for https://www.njlm.org/Calendar.aspx?EID=244

 

  1. League Professional Development Webinar

     Cannabis in the Workplace Webinar

     March 9, 2021

     9:00AM - 12:40PM

     Location: Your Computer

This webinar with discuss the implications of legalized cannabis for adult recreational use and medical use in the workplace. Attention will be paid to the newly adopted constitutional amendment and resultant legislation governing adult recreational use of cannabis, employee's rights, and employer obligations, including implications for CDL and/or law enforcement. In addition, this seminar will explore the intersection of cannabis use for medical purposes, employee rights and employer obligations under CUMA, the NJLAD and the ADA.    

Presenters:

-Jennifer Roselle, Esq, Genova Burns, LLC -Daniel Pierre, Esq, Genova Burns,LLC

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; RPPO/RPPS-4.0 M/S;CPA-4.0 PD; Planning Board Secretaries-3.25 Admin; Zoning Officials-3.25 Admin;, Land Use Administrators-3.25 Admin; NJCLE-4.0, PACLE-3.5*:Engineer PE-3.5

Registration Information for https://www.njlm.org/Calendar.aspx?EID=246

 

  1. League Professional Development Webinar

     "Budget, Ethics, and Procurement Updates"

       March 12, 2021

       9:00a.m.-12:45p.m.

       Location: Your Computer

At this webinar, attendees will receive important updates and information from the Division of Local Government Services on the topics of Budgeting and Procurement. Attendees will also receive an update from League Deputy General Counsel Trishka Waterbury Cecil on ethics.

Presenters:

-Christine Zapicchi, Bureau Chief Division of Local Government Services, Department of Community Affairs, State of NJ -Matthew Gallello, Division of Local Government Services, Department of Community Affairs, State of NJ

-Trishka Waterbury Cecil, Esq, Deputy General Counsel, Mason, Griffin and Pierson    

-Michele Meade, Municipal Technical Advisor & Procurement Specialist, Division of Local Government Services, Department of Community Affairs, State of NJ

CEUs:

CMFO/CCFO-1.0 Budgeting,0.5 Accounting, 1.0 Financial/debt Management, 1.5 Ethics; CTC, 2.5 Gen/Sec, 1.5 Ethics; CPWM, 1.0 Management, 1.5 Government, 1.5 Ethics; RMC-2.5 Finance, 1.5 Ethics; QPA-1.5 Office Admin./General duties,1.0 P/P, 1.5 Ethics; CPA-2.0 Fin, .5 Acct,1.5 Eth, NJCLE-4.5 including 1.5 ETH, *PACLE-3.5 including 1.0 ETH; RPPO/RPPS- 3 P/P, 1.5 Eth; Planning/Zoning Board Secretaries, Zoning Officials, and Land Use Administrators-1.25 administrative hours;CRP-3.5 classroom;CPC-3.5

Registration Information for https://www.njlm.org/Calendar.aspx?EID=247

 

Questions?

For more information or for question on the events mentioned please reach out to Danielle Holland Htut, Continuing Education/Special Programs Manager at dholland@njlm.org or 609-685-3481 ext 118.

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"The Powers & Duties of the Municipal Governing Body" - 01/29/2021

Rutgers University Center for Government Services "The Powers & Duties of the Municipal Governing Body"

Dear Municipal Clerks:
Please Forward to Council, Business Administrator & Mayor

Rutgers University Center for Government Services is pleased to present an online program for elected Municipal officials "The Powers & Duties of the Municipal Governing Body". This seminar provides governing body members with an overview of municipal government and the multitude of challenges affecting its efficient, timely and ethical operations.


The six-hour seminar covers essential components of the administration of municipal government. It familiarizes students with the breadth and depth of governing body responsibilities. It also provides basic information about the legislative, regulatory, financial, legal, and ethical environments in which municipal governments exist. Most importantly, it imparts a sense of when to question the administrative processes that involve the participation of the governing body.


Instructed by an experienced professional, the session brings real-life applications and insights to better understand the nuances of public service in government. This program has been specifically designed to address the needs and interests of elected officials serving in their respective communities. The program has been approved by DCA/DLGS for continuing education credits for CMFO, CCFO, CTC, CPWM, RMC, & QPA.


There are two online offerings scheduled on Wednesday, April 21, 2021 and Saturday, April 24, 2021 from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm via WebEx. The link to the webinar will be sent out after registration is completed. 

 

Please visit our website for registration information: https://cgs.rutgers.edu/programs/elected-officials

Olga Chaban, EdD
Sr. Program Coordinator

We Have Moved! 

CENTER FOR GOVERNMENT SERVICES                                                              

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Lifelong Learning Center   3 Rutgers Plaza, 3rd Floor     

New Brunswick, NJ   08901

                                      

Ph: 848-932-4731  

F:   732-932-3586

http://www.cgs.rutgers.edu

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Training for Elected Officials - 04/16/2020

Rutgers University Center for Government Services is pleased to present a program for elected Municipal officials. This seminar provides governing body members with an overview of municipal government and the multitude of challenges affecting its efficient, timely and ethical operations.

The six-hour seminar covers essential components of the administration of municipal government. It familiarizes students with the breadth and depth of governing body responsibilities. It also provides basic information about the legislative, regulatory, financial, legal, and ethical environments in which municipal governments exist. Most importantly, it imparts a sense of when to question the administrative processes that involve the participation of the governing body.

Instructed by an experienced professional, the session brings real-life applications and insights to better understand the nuances of public service in government.

This program has been specifically designed to address the needs and interests of elected officials serving in their respective communities.

For more information visit: https://cgs.rutgers.edu/programs

Contact demian@docs.rutgers.edu or call 848-932-4739.

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Training for Elected Officials - 04/04/2020

Rutgers University Center for Government Services is pleased to present a program for elected Municipal officials. This seminar provides governing body members with an overview of municipal government and the multitude of challenges affecting its efficient, timely and ethical operations.

The six-hour seminar covers essential components of the administration of municipal government. It familiarizes students with the breadth and depth of governing body responsibilities. It also provides basic information about the legislative, regulatory, financial, legal, and ethical environments in which municipal governments exist. Most importantly, it imparts a sense of when to question the administrative processes that involve the participation of the governing body.

Instructed by an experienced professional, the session brings real-life applications and insights to better understand the nuances of public service in government.

This program has been specifically designed to address the needs and interests of elected officials serving in their respective communities.

For more information visit: https://cgs.rutgers.edu/programs

Contact demian@docs.rutgers.edu or call 848-932-4739.

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Seminar on The Family Medical Leave Act and the NJ Family Leave Act - 03/11/2020

NJ League Seminar on The Family Medical Leave Act and the New Jersey Family Leave Act

Date:

March 11, 2020

Location:

Doubletree Hotel, 700 Hope Road, Tinton Falls, NJ 07724

Time of Program:

8:30 AM – 12:30PM

Program Summary:

Jennifer Roselle, Esq of Genova Burns, LLC will present the following program addressing how to manage employee leave entitlements under State and Federal Law. Its goal is to help attendees understand and administer the Federal Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993, the New Jersey Family Leave Act, New Jersey Family Leave Insurance and how those intersect with New Jersey Temporary Disability Insurance and New Jersey Workers Compensation Act.   More specifically, it will provide information on recent changes in the FMLA and NJFLA, evaluate the difference between “leave laws” and “wage replacement laws”; provide an overview of NJFLI, and its recent updates, as well as provide an understanding of the interaction between and administration of leave laws.

Registration Fee:    

Member Rate:   $90.00*

Non-Member:     $110.00

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; PACLE-3.5*; RPPO/RPPS-4.0 M/S; NJCLE-4.0: CPC-3.5

Link for Registration Form and Program Information https://www.njlm.org/Calendar.aspx?EID=217&month=1&year=2020&day=15&calType=0

For more information please contact Danielle Holland-Htut, Continuing Education/Special Programs Manager at 609-695-3481 ext 118 or dholland@njlm.org

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New Jersey League of Municipalities presents seminar on Budget, Ethics - 03/04/2020

New Jersey League of Municipalities presents seminar on Budget, Ethics, and Procurement Updates

The New Jersey League of Municipalities will be hosting a seminar on March 4, 2020 at the Conference Center at Mercer in West Windsor on the topic "Budget, Ethics, and Procurement Updates" At this seminar, attendees will receive important updates and information from the Division Of Local Government Services on the topics of:

Budget and FAST Updates:

                -Review of the Financial Automation Submission Tracking Solution (FAST)

                -Review recent Division of Local Government Local Finance Notices and review recent policies and regulations.

                -Get an update on CY 2020 budget issues and any legislation that may affect them

                -Review current issues affecting finance officers

Ethics:

                -Ethical Conduct

                -Local Government Ethics Law

                -Standards of Conduct

                -Financial Disclosure

                -Ethical Media Challenges

                -Criminal Code

                -Case Studies

Procurement:

                -Update on new legislation

                -Administrative Code updates,

                -Change Site Conditions

                -E-Procurement

Presenters:

Cynthia Lindsay, Assistant Director, Division of Local Government Services, Department of Community Affairs, State of NJ

Susan Jacobucci, Esq, Administrator, Borough of Paulsboro

Michele Meade, Municipal Technical Advisor & Procurement Specialist, Division of Local Government Services, Department of Community Affairs, State of NJ

CEUs:

CMFO/CCFO-1.0 Acct,1.0 Bud,1.0 Fin/Debt Mgmt,1.0 Eth;CTC-1.0 Gen/Sec,1.0 Eth;CPWM-2.0 Govt,1.0 Eth;RMC-3.0 Fin,1.0 Eth;QPA-1.0 P/P,2.0 Off Admin/Gen Duties,1.0 Eth;CRP-3.5 Classroom;NJCLE-4.0 including 1.0 Eth;PACLE-3.5*;RPPO/RPPS-1.0 P/P,2.0 M/S, 1.0 Eth;CPA-3.0 Fin, 1.0 Eth;CPC-3.5; Planning Board Secretaries-2.0 Admin, Zoning Officials-2.0 Admin, Land Use Administrators-2.0 Admin

Registration Fee:

Member Rate $75.00 / Non-Member: $95.00

Program and Registration Link:

https://www.njlm.org/Calendar.aspx?EID=219

For more information contact Danielle Holland-Htut, Continuing Education/Special Programs Managers at 609-695-3481 ext. 118 or dholland@njlm.org

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New Jersey League of Municipalities Webinar on Budget and FAST Updates - 02/19/2020

New Jersey League of Municipalities Webinar on Budget and FAST Updates

The New Jersey League of Municipalities will be hosting a webinar on February 19, 2020 from 11:00am-11:50am titled "A Quick Review of Budget and FAST Updates"

The webinar will concentrate more on FAST to include an overview of:

-Newly released 2020 Municipal Budget

-Enhancements made to the AFS

-Roles and responsibilities for submission of documents to the DLGS

Presenter:

Cynthia Lindsay, Assistant Director, Division of Local Government Services (DLGS), Department of Community Affairs, State of New Jersey

CEUs:

CEUs: CMFO/CCFO-1.0 Bud; CPWM-1.0 Govt; RMC-1.0 Fin; QPA-1.0 Off Admin; CPA-1.0 Fin; NJCLE-1.0; RPPO/RPPS-1.0 M/S; CRP-1.0 Classroom

Schedule:

11:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m. - Webinar Topic and Discussion

Registration Fee:

Member Rate $25.00 / Non-Member $35.00

Program and Registration Link:

https://www.njlm.org/Calendar.aspx?EID=218

For more information contact Danielle Holland-Htut, Continuing Education/Special Programs Manager at 609-695-3481 ext. 118 or dholland@njlm.org 

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