I. Governor's Order on Retail and Construction
Yesterday, Governor Murphy issued Executive Order 142, which pulls back some of the restrictions previously placed on nonessential retail businesses, construction projects, and social events. EO 142 permits the resumption of nonessential construction, curbside pickup at nonessential retail businesses, and car gatherings for the purpose of drive-through and drive-in events. The construction and nonessential retail provisions will take effect at 6:00 a.m. on Monday, May 18, 2020, while the car gathering provisions took effect immediately.
While business and construction projects previously shutter can resume, they are subject to strict social distancing and mitigations guidelines and requirements. For more information on Executive Order 142 please see the League recent blog post.
Contact: Frank Marshall, Esq., Associate General Counsel, FMarshall@njlm.org or 609-695-3481 x. 137.
II. Police and Fire Contract Provisions – New Data Just Released
Are you getting ready to head into negotiations? The Police and Fire Labor Data Service provides resources tracking the trends in police and fire contract settlements. The second edition of the recent two part update is now available.
What is included?
Selected provisions and salary scales are provided in Microsoft Excel files, allowing you to easily search and sort through information as it best applies to your municipality. Included contract provisions include, but are not limited to: educational provisions, travel reimbursement, vacation and longevity schedules, and health benefits. Visit the League’s website for the full list of provisions included.
This data was released in two editions, and this latest edition also includes the information that was released in the first edition. Data is included for 442 police departments and 56 fire departments.
The Police and Fire Labor Data Service is part of the League’s Bureau of Municipal Information.
To order visit the League’s website and complete the order form.
Contact: Suzanne Allen, email@example.com, 609-695-3481 x129.