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by
Francis J. McGovern, Jr., Esquire

Today the New Jersey Assembly passed the COVID-19 Association Immunity bill (formerly A4979 now substituted by S3584).    On June 2, 2021, the New Jersey Senate passed the bill.  We look forward to Governor Murphy quickly signing the bill into law.  Thank you to NJ-CAI’s Legislative Action Committee and all of you who continue to support passage of this important legislation.  The text of S3584 may be found here:   https://www.njleg.state.nj.us/2020/Bills/S4000/3584_I1.HTM

 

 

 

by
Francis J. McGovern, Jr., Esquire

The New Jersey Department of Health just issued updated pool opening regulations. We anticipate additional revisions on May 19th.

by
Francis J. McGovern, Jr., Esquire

Governor Murphy Just Announced Expanded Eligibility for COVID-19 Vaccinations to Include Property Managers

by
Michael R. Polulak, Esquire

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations: What you need to know

by
Francis J. McGovern, Jr., Esquire
 
Governor Murphy's "Gym" Executive Order 181 and
NJ Department of Health's Guidance For Health Clubs/Gyms/Fitness Centers
by
Francis J. McGovern, Jr., Esquire

 

IT’S BEST NOT TO OPEN YOUR POOL

We continue to recommend against Associations opening the pool for the following reasons:   

1.   COVID-19 is still with us.  Despite positive progress, new cases and new deaths are reported every day.

by
Francis J. McGovern, Jr., Esquire
 
June 10, 2020
 
by
Francis J. McGovern, Jr., Esquire

Municipal and Private-Club Swimming Pools Can REOPEN on Monday, June 22nd
  

by
Francis J. McGovern, Jr., Esquire

 

If you have attended my “Fridays with Fran” web meetings, nothing below will surprise you.  Reopening Amenities is risky business.  Courts will look to prior cases for guidance in addressing new cases. 

We do not have to get to polio, the 1918 influenza or smallpox to find court cases involving debilitating and deadly communicable diseases.

by
Francis J. McGovern, Jr., Esquire
On June 3, 2019, the New Department of Community Affairs (the “DCA”) proposed regulations that would significantly impact Association governance. Many of you raised concerns with respect to the proposed regulations. 
 

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