The December 2018 issue is available now


Focus: Transportation & Parking

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Upfront


NRDC Studies NJ Roads

Report envisions Northeast Regional Initiative for modern, clean transportation in NY & NJ 


A new research paper from the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), “Transportation Reimagined: A Roadmap for Clean and Modern Transportation in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Region,” provides a blueprint for modernizing congested roads and crumbling infrastructure in New York and New Jersey. Transportation Reimagined puts forth detailed policy solutions and public health and transportation facts illustrating how states in both the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic can fix outdated transportation systems.

NRDC’s report focuses on 11 states and D.C.: Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Vermont. All are members of the state-led Transportation and Climate Initiative, which has worked to address clean transportation solutions since 2010. Virginia recently joined this group of states as well.

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Featured Article

Highland Park’s Councilwoman Elise Foster-Dublin (left), Borough Administrator Teri Jover (right), and Mayor Gayle Brill Mittler (seated), welcomed Candice M’Baita, Jackson Wenesayo Bambu, and Osasu Paul-Azino, Mandela Fellows.

Highland Park’s Mandela Fellows

Borough leaders mentor young African change-makers


One of the biggest compliments someone can receive is when they’re asked to serve as a mentor for a young professional. And one of the biggest compliments a local government can receive is when a federally supported university-based program asks the town to serve as a mentor for a group of visiting up-and-coming influencers from the other side of the world.

Mentoring professionals

In late June and through July, the Borough of Highland Park’s governing body served as the professional development mentor for three professionals from Africa participating in the Civic Leadership track of the Mandela Washington Fellowship Program. The Mandela Fellowships, now in their fifth year, empower young African entrepreneurs, activists, and community leaders by providing high-level academic presentations and exchanges, practical mentorships with real world training, and ample networking opportunities.

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In This Issue

Annual Report 2018

2018 Annual Report


The Annual Report, written by the League's Executive Director Michael J. Darcy, CAE, provides a report of NJLM's activities throughout the past year, and outlines the many benefits and resources offered to its membership.

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