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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.


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.


NJILGA LOCAL GOVERNMENT LAW REVIEW

Digital copies of the October 2016 Edition of the NJILGA Local Government Law Review will be emailed to our members on Friday, October 21. If you do not receive your digital copy, or have changed your email address, please contact NJILGA Director Peter Jost at peterjostatty2@gmail.com. Since the Law Review is now published digitally, it is vital that we have correct email addresses for all members.


George B. Neidig Jr. - In MemoriamIN MEMORIAM - FORMER TRUSTEE GEORGE B. NEIDIG Jr.

Former NJILGA Trustee, George B. Neidig Jr., 69, of Cape May Court House, died of cancer Friday, May 6, at home. 

Mr. Neidig, was a former Trustee of the Institute from Atlantic & Cape May Counties, and was also a former president of the Cape May County Bar Association. Click here for more information.


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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.


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MORE ONLINE RESOURCES FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT ATTORNEYS

NJILGA Trustee Donald Scarinci and Scarinci Hollenbeck have created two valuable online resources: local government attorneys need these

 

 


NJILGA Seeks Volunteers For Amicus Cases

 


Current Officers and Trustees

Welcome to the NJILGA website. We use this medium to effectively communicate with our members as well as provide them (read more)

Robert F. Renaud, President 


JOST APPOINTED EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF NJILGA

J. Peter Jost of Clinton has been appointed Executive Director of the New Jersey Institute of Local Government Attorneys by its Trustees, effective October 1, 2016. (read more)

An Affiliate of
New Jersey State League of Municipalities

The New Jersey Institute of Local Government Attorneys has been an affiliate organization of the New Jersey State League of Municipalities for many decades.  Together, the Insitute and the League are vital partners in the development and analysis of public policy affecting all municipalities in New Jersey.  The Institute helps to represent the local government attorneys point of view at League meetings such as the League Legislative Committee, the League Affiliate Advisory Group meeting and the League Annual Conference.  NJILGA also serves the unique role of reviewing appellate and trial court decisions for possible amicus intervention on behalf of the League.  The Institute’s partnership with the League is vital to representing and protecting local government interests across the State, in the legislature and in the courts.






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