IV. Also of Interest
a. Show Off Your City Contest Deadline Feb. 3
The Third Annual Show Off Your City Contest is accepting entries through February 3. Municipalities are invited to send us photos of their tourist attractions, downtown areas, economic development initiatives, parks, city halls, community groups and new projects. Entries will be posted on the League’s Facebook page, website and some featured in the April issue of NJ Municipalities, and possibly other issues.
A winner will be chosen and receives a free League publication of their choice! Photos can be submitted to Email: email@example.com, or mailed on CD or flash drive to 222 West State Street, Trenton, NJ 08608.
For full details, visit the Show Off Your City Contest webpage.
b. “Recent OPRA Decisions and “Q & A with the GRC”
Wednesday, April 15, 2020
8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
700 Hope Road,
Tinton Falls, NJ 07724
CEUs: CMFO/CCFO-4.0 Off MGMT/ANC;CTC-4.0 Gen/Sec;CPWM-4.0 GOVT;RMC-4.0 Rec;QPA-4.0 Off Admin/Gen Duties;CPA-4.0 PD;RPPO/RPPS-4.0 M/S;CRP-4.0 Classroom; Planning Board Secretaries-3.5 Tech, Zoning Officials-3.5 Tech, Land Use Administrators-3.5 Tech;CPC-3.5;NJCLE-4.0;PACLE-3.5
Event Details for April 15 OPRA Program
c. Campaign Contribution Notice
The New Jersey Division of Elections has requested we share the following information. It is important that come to the attention of each Municipal Clerk. Questions and inquiries for additional information should be directed to the Division of Elections at 609-292-3760 or reference New Jersey Elections law, P.L. 1975, c. 70.
“No holder of a public office or position shall demand payment or contribution from another holder of a public office or position for the campaign purposes of any candidate or for the use of any political party.”
d. 2020 Code Council Leadership Week and Building Safety Conference of NJ
April 28 to May 1 at Bally’s Atlantic City. This is an intimate, unique opportunity for municipal government representatives to learn about “Safety 2.0,” the International Code Council’s signature initiative to welcome a new generation of members and leaders to the building safety profession. This event includes three days of building safety training from leading experts in the industry, expansive networking opportunities, educational sessions and a job fair. At the job fair, municipal government representatives can pick the brains of safety experts from the following organizations: Municipal Electrical Inspectors Association, Municipal Construction Officials of NJ, NJ Plumbing Inspectors Association, NJ Fire Prevention and Protection Association, Building Officials Association of NJ and NJ Association of Technical Assistants.
Find a conference brochure here with more information.