Ronald D. Cucchiaro
John C. Gillespie
Richard P. Cushing
Michele R. Donato
NEW OFFICERS ELECTED AT ANNUAL MEETING
The Annual Meeting of the New Jersey Institute of Local Government Attorneys was held on Thursday, November 17, 2016 at the Atlantic City Convention Center. The meeting was chaired by President Robert F. Renaud and the agenda included the amendment of NJILGA’s By-Laws, the election of officers and trustees and other regular business.
Prior to holding elections, NJILGA Secretary and By-Laws Chairman Michele R. Donato presented a proposed amendment to the By-Laws clarifying that trustees may either reside in or maintain an office in their respective vicinage, and also establishing a maximum of six at-large trustees in addition to the regular and senior trustees. The proposed amendments were unanimously approved at the meeting. The Institute thanks Michele Donato for her efforts in researching and preparing the By-Law amendments. Click here for the full article.
NJILGA LOCAL GOVERNMENT LAW REVIEW
Digital copies of the January 2017 Edition of the NJILGA Local Government Law Review have been distributed. If you did not receive your digital copy, or have changed your email address, please contact NJILGA Director Peter Jost at firstname.lastname@example.org. Since the Law Review is now published digitally, it is vital that we have correct email addresses for all members.
Gordon Griffin Award to Richard Allen
The Gordon D. Griffin Award, established to honor an outstanding municipal attorney, was presented to Richard J. Allen of Rutherford at NJILGA’s Annual Meeting and Social Event in Atlantic City. Click here for the full article
Thomas W. Dunn Wins Pane Award
The Michael Pane Award was awarded to Thomas W. Dunn of Montvale at the NJILGA Annual Meeting and Social Event held on November 17, 2016 in Atlantic City. Click here for the full article
Jonathan E. Drill Receives William Cox Award
Jonathan E. Drill, Esq. of the firm Stickel, Koenig, Sullivan & Drill, LLC. In Cedar Grove has received the William M. Cox Award, which was presented at NJILGA’s Annual Meeting and Social Event in Atlantic City. The Cox Award was established to recognize an attorney or judge who has become distinguished in the field of land use law. Click here for the full article
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