Thursday, November 21, 2013

Learning a lot at the NJ Municipal League Conference

If you were not able to attend this year's New Jersey State League of Municipalities Conference, which is in its third and final day today, you missed quite a few valuable sessions, including many addressing energy and environment topics.

Local mayors, council people and managers also heard about funding programs and modifications to NJDEP regulations that might help them deal with the big job of recovery following Sandy--the superstorm that forced the League to cancel last year’s event.

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As always, the exhibition area was filled with businesses offering their services to local governments--everything from architects, law firms and environmental consultants to stationary suppliers, waterproofing contractors and manufacturers of garbage trucks,
police cars and dune buggies.

EnviroPolitics attended education sessions and chatted with vendors on the exhibit floor.
We captured a bit of it in the video above.  

We learned a lot during our one-day visit. How about you?

Share in the comment box below one or two new things you discovered at the sessions,
while networking, or even at a party. Heck, that's why you go to parties, right?

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