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January 13, 2020

I.  Are you ready for Police & Fire Contract Negotiations?
II. Celebrate your Municipality and Showcase its Beauty!

I. Are you ready for Police & Fire Contract Negotiations?

Could different contract provisions increase efficiency in your fire services? Is there a way to provide more effective policing, while lowering costs? And how much do your neighbors pay for police and fire protection? The answers to these questions can help you to better serve the interests of your local residents and businesses. And many of those answers can be found through our Police and Fire Labor Data Service.
The League’s Police and Fire Labor Data Service provides multiple resources tracking the trends in police and fire contract settlements.
Because we know how important and time sensitive this information is, we are releasing this data in two editions. Available now is the first edition, with all data that has been collected since January 2019; the second edition is expected to be available as early as March 2020, and will contain data collected after release of the first edition. Once the additional data for the second edition is available, it will be emailed automatically to all those that purchased the first edition.
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,, 609-695-3481 x129. 

II. Celebrate your Municipality and Showcase its Beauty!

Let residents know about your municipal facilities and careers, and highlight the services that their local government provides on a daily basis by participating in NJ Local Government Week April 19-25, 2020.
The League invites you to join in with municipalities across the Garden State April 19-25, 2020, to engage citizens while celebrating the work of local government. Through NJ Local Government Week, the League hopes to bring awareness to the role local government plays in achieving the best life for communities. Invite your schools, civic groups, businesses, and media to NJ Local Government Week activities for citizens of all ages. 
How Can You Celebrate? Visit the League’s website for ideas on celebrating in your municipality; including a “how to” packet with ideas ranging from basic, no cost activities to some that are more complex. Be sure to tag your social media posts with #njlocalgovt, and utilize the NJ Local Government Week logo that the League has provided by downloading from the League website.
Visit the League website for tips, suggestions and a logo created to help promote your events.


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