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Hadinger & Cecil Present at Municipal League Conference

Kristina Hadinger and Trishka Cecil, both past Presidents of the New Jersey Institute of Local Government Attorneys (NJILGA), are presenters at the New Jersey State League of Municipalities annual conference in Atlantic City.

On November 17, Ms. Cecil is an instructor for a seminar sponsored by New Jersey Planning Officials, New Jersey Mandatory Land Use Education. The course is designed for Planning & Zoning Board members and is necessary for a member to retain an appointment. For more information, go to https://njpo.org/NJPO_League_of_Municipalities.html

Co-Sponsored by the New Jersey Institute of Local Government Attorneys and the New Jersey League of Municipalities, Ms. Hadinger will join a panel of attorneys on November 19 presenting recent developments regarding the Open Public Records Act. For more information, go to www.njilga.org

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