How can we continue operating when we are experiencing staffing shortages?

Governor Murphy issued Executive Order 115 permitting retirees to return to public employment as part-time, full-time, or special law enforcement for the duration of the public health emergency.

The Executive Order permits retirees to return to employment by government agencies in any capacity without having to re-enroll in any retirement system, if the person retired before April 6, 2020, the retiree has been separated at least 30 days, and their return is needed because of COVID-19 pandemic. For more on Executive Order 115 please see the Town Crier blog.

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1. Who is responsible for managing public health emergencies in municipalities?
2. What tools are available to respond to a public health emergency?
3. How do I get questions answered about coronavirus?
4. Can our municipality appropriate additional funds to our Local Board of Health to address this epidemic?
5. Has any guidance been issued on continuing to comply with OPRA requests?
6. When is the new date for primary election day?
7. What are the deadlines for school districts with elections postponed until May?
8. Where can I find the latest information on the CARES Act?
9. Can local governments restrict short-term stays to prevent the spread?
10. How can we continue operating when we are experiencing staffing shortages?
11. Can we proceed with fire code enforcement during the pandemic?
12. Has any guidance been given on hosting public meetings?
13. Where can I find information on the budget deadline extension, levy cap exemptions and estimated tax bills?
14. Where can I find COVID-19 related resources from the League?