The Collective Bargaining Seminar will be held at the Harrah’s Hotel & Casino, 777 Harrah’s Blvd., Atlantic City, New Jersey 08401. Call Harrah’s Hotel & Casino early to make your Seminar room reservations now.
The seminar will be Tuesday, February 6th, 2018, through Thursday, February 8th, 2018. The seminar will begin at 12:00 pm after the State meeting, with lunch, and continue through Wednesday and Thursday 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Room reservations can be secured by calling Harrah’s Hotel & Casino 1-888-516-2215, Code SH02PB8. Single or Double occupancy is $45.00 plus applicable taxes.

Seminar applications should be received by Friday, January 12th, 2018. A check for $300.00 per participant made payable to the NJSPBA should accompany each application. Seminar applications received on or after January 14th, 2018 will incur charge a of $350.00 per attendee.

The seminar includes a lunch on Tuesday, the 6th and continental breakfast and lunch for Wednesday and Thursday.

If there are any questions concerning this seminar, please contact George O’Brien at the State PBA office, phone 888-465-7722, or 732-636-8860.


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A cap on police and fire salary increases in interest arbitration cases will expire at the end of the year unless it is renewed by the Legislature and governor. The New Jersey State League of Municipalities, which represents all 565 of the state’s municipalities, argues that if the cap isn’t renewed, it will put further upward pressure on the state’s highest-in-the-nation property taxes and force reductions in municipal services. The state Policemen’s Benovolent Association argues that the cap isn’t necessary and that contract settlements should be negotiated between towns and local unions, not bound by an arbitrary cap. State PBA president Pat Colligan and League executive director Michael Darcy offered their differing perspectives on the cap in a Q&A

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