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November 13, 2018

I.   Announcing NJ Local Government Week!
II.  Unauthorized Hospitality Functions
III. New Jersey Future

I. Announcing NJ Local Government Week!

Showcase your municipality during the 1st Annual NJ Local Government Week, April 7-13, 2019. This week creates an opportunity to let your residents know about your municipal facilities and careers, and highlight the services that their local government provides on a daily basis.
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. Tag your events on social media using #njlocalgovt.
Visit the League website for tips, suggestions and a logo created to help promote your events.

II. Unauthorized Hospitality Functions

The 103rd Annual League Conference will soon be upon us and we know you are looking forward to a productive and educational week. 
Numerous exhibitors and groups have scheduled receptions and hospitality functions during the evening hours in Atlantic City.  However each year there are a few commercial entities that schedule hospitality function such as brunches and lunches which conflict with the Conference programming. These unauthorized functions should not be confused with legitimate business luncheons sponsored by our affiliated associations and their members.  The League urges you not to attend daytime hospitality functions offered by commercial firms.
Instead, plan your daytime activities so you can derive the greatest educational benefit from attending the League Conference.  League Education sessions begin at 9:00 AM, break at noon when there are informative Exhibitor Learning Sessions, resume at 2:00 and finally adjourn at 5:15.
As always, the League is available to answer your questions on any aspect of the annual conference and we strive to make your participation both enjoyable and highly productive.
Contact: Michael J. Darcy, CAE, Executive Director,, 609-695-3481 x116.

III. New Jersey Future

New Jersey Future has launched a new interactive online tool for helping communities implement successful green infrastructure projects. The Green Infrastructure Municipal Toolkit is a one-stop resource full of information about planning, implementing, and sustaining green infrastructure to manage stormwater. It also contains direct links to Sustainable Jersey’s green infrastructure actions, which can earn up to 20 points each. The Green Infrastructure Municipal Toolkit is perfect for community leaders who want to manage stormwater sustainably, reduce localized flooding, and improve water quality. Get started today at #NJGIToolkit

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