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On January 5, 2012, Governor Christie signed a law requiring local authorities, boards and commissions to publish specific information on the web. It is intended to promote transparency and to provide citizens with easy access to government information.
The law applies to soil conservation districts, workforce investment boards, county park commissions, joint insurance funds, fire districts, regional health commissions, any authority subject to Chapter 5A of Title 40A, and any environmental authority, board or commission “authorized by law to provide water, sewer, or other utility services, or to engage in the zoning of facilities for, or the planning for, the provision of such services”.
Most information is due on the web by February 1, 2013. This is an overview of what's required and Morris County's recommendations for its affected agencies.