July 31, 2019

I.   Follow the League to Stay Current on Upcoming Events, Annual Conference Deadlines and Legislation Affecting Your Municipality
II.  NJ Municipalities Magazine Seeking Your Stories
III. Centennial of Suffrage
IV. Let your Vendors know about NJ Municipalities Magazine!

I. Follow the League to Stay Current on Upcoming Events,  Annual Conference Deadlines and Legislation Affecting  Your Municipality

Did you know that the League is on Facebook and Twitter? Follow NJLM to stay current on upcoming League seminars, Annual Conference reminders, and new blog posts.
Looking for an easy way to keep up with the new programs that other municipalities are implementing? NJLM often shares news articles on its Facebook feed related to what municipalities are doing in New Jersey. Follow NJLM on Facebook @NJLeague or follow on Twitter @NJ_League.
Stay up to date on legislation affecting your municipality – NJLM’s blog, the Town Crier, provides an in-depth assessment on proposed and enacted legislation, and how bills effect local government. Visit NJLM’s blog for a look at recent posts on the Path to Progress’ Pension Hybrid Plan, recently introduced legislation that will clarify telecommunications industry corporate tax responsibilities, and a potential global settlement of pending opioid litigation.

II. NJ Municipalities Magazine Seeking Your Stories

Local officials are invited to share their stories with the readers of NJ Municipalities Magazine. Do you have a successful initiative or an innovation that could help your fellow local governments in the Garden State? We are now accepting queries from local government project and program leaders for potential publication in the League magazines 2019 and 2020 issues.
For the editorial calendar and editorial submission guide, please visit the magazine’s webpage or contact Managing Editor Amy Spiezio at aspiezio@njlm.org.

III. Centennial of Suffrage

The 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment’s ratification in New Jersey will be celebrated throughout 2020. With many significant suffragists hailing from the Garden State, there are many stories to be told about how women came to the vote and their involvement in local government during and since. How will your town be recognizing women’s suffrage? We’d like to include your efforts on the League’s website, social media, and NJ Municipalities magazine.
Please email Managing Editor Amy Spiezio at aspiezio@njlm.org with any ideas, plans, and images you’d like to share with your peers around the state.

IV. Let your Vendors Know about NJ Municipalities Magazine!

Do you work with vendors that you would recommend to other municipalities? Let these vendors know about the League’s magazine; placing advertisements in the magazine helps to increase the reach of their marketing message and supports the League as an organization in the process.

Contact Taran Samhammer at tsamhammer@njlm.org with your vendor’s mailing address and we will send them a sample issue!

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