The NJDEP will be identifying and removing FEMA-eligible storm debris from NJ waterways during the period of May 9 through June 11, 2013. Please see following letter from Cindy Randazzo, Director, Office of Local Government Assistance, NJDEP regarding the Superstorm Sandy Waterway Debris Removal Project.
John F. Morrissey
Executive Director, NJCM
Dear Mayor and Municipal Representative,
With beach season around the corner, . Read More →
NJCM Winter Summit Gathers Mayors,
Governor and Lt. Governor all under same roof
On Thursday, January 24, 2013 the New Jersey Conference of Mayors conducted a Winter Summit (previously the postponed 2012 Fall Summit) at the Historic Trenton Masonic Temple.
In the morning, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was the keynote speaker and addressed a standing room audience of 220 attendees, including more . Read More →
Extremely Successful NJCM 49th Annual Conference
John F. Morrissey, Executive Director, NJCM
This year’s 49th Annual Conference, held at the Borgata was a huge success for Mayors, Business Council Members, Exhibitors and other special attendees. All events flowed smoothly and the information flow and networking before, during and after the Panel Sessions were extremely rewarding to all parties. The opportunities to interact . Read More →
Standards Will Ensure Lower Premiums In The Long Term, Protecting Residents
From Out Of Control Costs
Trenton, NJ - Taking action to give New Jersey families, businesses and
local governments the best available guidance to quickly and more durably
rebuild from Hurricane Sandy, Governor Chris Christie today signed emergency
regulations to adopt the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA)
updated Advisory Base Flood Elevation (ABFEs) maps as . Read More →
Atlantic City Hits Home Run With Interest Arbitration Award
On July 13, 2012, the Interest Arbitration Decision and Award between the City of Atlantic City and the Firefighters’ Union was issued. The Award is a home run for the City and could be precedent setting State wide.
As quoted in the Atlantic City Press, Adrienne Eaton, who heads Rutgers University’s labor and . Read More →