N.J. Association of Counties to hold conference in-person Oct. 12-14 in A.C.

The New Jersey Association of Counties announced it will hold its annual conference — a celebration of county government — Oct 12-14 at Caesars Atlantic City.

The annual event brings together over 500 elected and appointed officials and business leaders to focus on issues that impact counties and residents within the state, NJAC Executive Director John Donnadio said.

Registered attendees will have the opportunity to participate in educational seminars approved for continuing education credits, and interact with county and state government officials.

To register, click here.

Donnadio said the organization’s first in-person event in nearly two years will feature a number of events and opportunities, including:

  • The chance to hear from the gubernatorial candidates a few short weeks before the General Election;
  • Exclusive interviews with county leaders at the Nick Acocella County Leader Showcase;
  • Informative and educational workshops approved for continuing education credits.

The event begins on a Tuesday evening with a meet-and-greet reception and ends Thursday afternoon. (See complete schedule here.)

Donnadio said the NJAC will honor several county professionals with county service and lifetime achievement awards, induct new members into the County Commissioner Hall of Fame, and present the prestigious Peter Palmer Business Associate of the Year and Maurice Fitzgibbons County Commissioner of the Year awards.