LEAGUE OF MUNICIPALITIES
103rd ANNUAL CONFERENCE
NOVEMBER 13, 2018 through NOVEMBER 15, 2018
~ Schedule & Educational Offerings ~
Tuesday, November 13, 10am-12 (Room 402 - AC Conv. Ctr.)
Joint Session with the Tax Collectors and Treasurers Association 2 Admin. CEU
An annual joint session, the panelists provide legislative updates affecting each of the participating offices. Five presenters from various areas of municipal government give summaries of legislation or bills which may impact the day to day work of NJ government offices.
Marie Procacci Blaskey, AMANJ Legislative Chair
Tuesday, November 13, 130pm-330 (Room 313 – AC Conv. Ctr.)
GIS for Property Tax Professionals 2 Admin. CEU
Information technology continues to be a field with limitless horizons. Geographic information systems, digital mapping, and the integration of the broad spectrum of property tax data managed by NJ Assessors will be presented. Notably, applications of GIS systems within the Assessors Office, and municipalities in general, will be a focus of this session.
Kevin Zielinsky, Remington Vernick
Charles Adamson, Remington Vernick Moderator: Jason Hesley, CTA
Wednesday, November 14, 9am-10 (Dennis Ballroom – Bally’s)
NJIAAO Annual Membership Meeting
New Jersey Chapter of IAAO annual meeting..
Gregory T. Hutchinson, NJ Chapter President
Wednesday, November 14, 10am-12 (Dennis Ballroom – Bally’s)
AMANJ General Membership Meeting 1 Admin. CEU
Semi-annual general membership meeting of the Association of Municipal Assessors of New Jersey. Regular business is conducted. Additionally, legislative, tax court and political developments are discussed by affiliates of the association.
Diane Hesley, AMANJ President
John Lloyd, Esq. AMANJ Counsel
Dave Smith, PPAG
Wednesday, November 14, 12-2pm (Blenheim Ballroom – Bally’s)
AMANJ Annual Business Luncheon
Diane Hesley, AMANJ President
Guest Speaker to be announced
Wednesday, November 14, 2-4pm (Dennis Ballroom – Bally’s)
Maximum Value – a Real Estate Professional’s Market Analysis 2 App. CEU
Jeffrey G. Otteau, President of the Otteau Group will deliver a broad based analysis of the forces currently energizing the New Jersey regional property market. His extensive background in both valuation and brokerage and publisher of Marketnews, the Otteau Report Quarterly and MarketTRAC Monthly, provide Mr. Otteau with a unique and expert perspective.
Jeffrey G. Otteau, President, Otteau Group Moderator: Eric Zanetti, CTA
Thursday, November 15, 9am-12 (Room 412 – AC Conv. Ctr.)
Advanced Topics in Property Taxation 3 Admin. CEU
County Tax Board appeal hearings, NJ Tax Court appeals and legal issues, evidence questions, revaluation lawsuits, environmental issues, income restricted properties and a host of other assessment related topics will be the theme of this presentation by legal professionals and career assessment professionals. This is a joint session including the New Jersey Institute of Local Government Attorneys and the Association of Municipal Assessors of New Jersey.
Robert Vance, Somerset County Tax Administrator Dominic DiYanni, Esq.
Marie Procacci Blaskey, CTA Katelyn McElmoyl, Esq.
Alex J. Worth, CTA
Thursday, November 15, 130pm – 330 (Room 410 – AC Conv. Ctr.)
Current Real Estate Market Trends and How the Tax Court Treats Different Property Types
2 Appraisal CEU
By most measures the New Jersey real estate market is exhibiting strength in terms of volume and appreciation. The evidence is particularly abundant in the commercial sector. This session will be focused on the property types most affected, their valuation and how the appraiser utilizes market volatility. The presenter will deliver a comprehensive overview of New Jersey’s industrial, apartment, retail and office markets.
As a companion to the appraiser’s view, an attorney will summarize and review both historical and current NJ Tax Court cases that deal with industrial, apartment, retail and office properties.
Russell K. Sterling, MAI, AI-GRS, CRE – Sterling DiSanto & Associates
Thomas Olsen, Esq. Partner – McKirdy, Riskin, Olson, DellaPelle
Moderator: Dennis DeKlerk, CTA