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NJILGA BASEBALL EVENT A SUCCESS

The Institute held its annual baseball event on July 21, 2016 at the TD Bank Ballpark in Bridgewater. Members and guests enjoyed a buffet picnic prior to the baseball game.  Event Chairman Ray Bolanowski reports that the weather was beautiful and the sold-out event included numerous children.  The Patriots were victorious over the Sugarland (TX) Skeeters by a final score of 5-4.  Many thanks to Ray and the other members who worked on this event.


MEMBERS AND GUESTS ENJOY DAY AT MONMOUTH TRACK

Winning jockey, Antonio Gallardo, is congratulated at NJILGA’s Day at the Races on Friday, August 5, 2016 by (L to R) NJILGA Past President, Michael Rubin, Past President, Peter Jost, Secretary, Michele Donato and Past President and Event Chairman, Nick Montenegro.  Members and guests enjoyed a complimentary buffet luncheon and a panoramic view of the track in the air-conditioned Parterre Box.  Many thanks to Chairman Nick Montenegro and his office for their excellent handling of this event


William M. CoxNEW JERSEY INSTITUTE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT ATTORNEYS SEEKS NOMINATIONS FOR AWARDS

The New Jersey Institute of Local Government Attorneys is seeking nominations for the "William M. Cox Award."

The "William M. Cox Award" was established to recognize an attorney or judge who has distinguished him/herself in the field of land use law. Click here for more information.

 


MUNICIPAL ATTORNEYS TO ATTEND A DAY AT THE RACES

The New Jersey Institute of Local Government Attorneys will hold its annual Day at the Races at Monmouth Park Track, Oceanport, New Jersey on Friday, August 5, 2016 at 12:00 noon. read more...

 



NJILGA CO-SPONSORS SUMMER NETWORKING SOCIAL
Attorneys, Professionals, 5k runners, Friends, Law Enforcement invited to Summer Blast
Happy Hour & Networking Social
July 15, 2016 Friday
at Bar Anticipation
703 16th Avenue Lake Como/ Belmar, NJ 07719
   Free !
5:30-7:55PM Hot & Cold Buffet
The reduced price Happy Hour is 6-7PM with $1.50 House Drink, Bud/Bud Lt draft & House Wine Special
    Please bring a canned food donation for a community food bank, continuing to provide food and help to individuals in need.
Check out the list of other co-sponsors


BUZAK PROVIDES ANALYSIS OF RECENT SUPREME COURT DECISION ON AFFORDABLE HOUSING

NJILGA Past President and Assistant NJLM Counsel, Edward J. Buzak, who represented the League in the New Jersey Supreme Court case decided on March 10, 2015, has written the following analysis of the Court’s decision.  Buzak and Jonathan E, Drill, Esq., who also argued before the Supreme Court on behalf of three municipalities, recently participated in an update and round table discussion of the decision at a meeting of NJILGA’s Trustees on March 31, 2015 in New Brunswick.  Attached are some of Mr. Buzak’s thoughts on the effects of the Supreme Court’s decision. Click here for additional information.
Supreme Court Order


TO THE BAR
The Diplomate in New Jersey Local Government Law Program of the New Jersey Institute of Local Government Attorneys is now being offered in cooperation with the New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education. The Diplomate in New Jersey Local Government Law expires in five years from the date of completion of the course requirements of the program. In order to renew the Diplomate, an individual must have completed 30 hours of continuing legal education. A course and/or seminar taken to satisfy the mandatory continuing legal education requirements of the Supreme Court qualify for credit toward the 30 hours. Renewal applications may be downloaded here. Any questions should be directed to Trishka Waterbury Cecil at : (609) 921-6543, or trishka@mgplaw.com


Trustees Raise Dues

Acknowledging the need to balance the Institute’s budget, NJILGA’s Trustees voted at their January meeting to increase membership dues from $100 to $115.  This is the first increase since 2010.  Also increased were dues for additional members from the same firm, from $60 to $75, and the rate for subscription only to the Local Government Law Review, from $100 to $115.  The assessment paid by Officers and Trustees to defray the cost of dinner meetings was increased from $150 to $200.  The increases are effective for 2015. 

 


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