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A rundown and full copies of the resolutions adopted at the annual League Conference.
NJ DCA and NJLM will again acknowledge and promote Innovation in Governance through our annual recognition program. The deadline is extended to Friday, October 30, 2020, and is fast approaching. Read on...
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. Read on...
On Wednesday, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin stated, “At this point getting something done before the election and executing on that would be difficult, just given where we are in the level of details.” Read on...