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Open Government At Your Fingertips

by PropertyPilot on December 1, 2014

This article was originally published in the November issue of the New Jersey League of Municipalities Magazine. Union Township in Union County launched a redesigned municipal website this past June, which has greatly enhanced the township’s ability to deliver high quality service to residents. This long-planned effort streamlined the former version, packing volumes of information [...]

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The following article was published in on October 23rd, 2014. Here is a link to the original article. Mapping technology on Morristown website will make life easier for residents, mayor says Morristown residents and business owners can now customize their own online maps to provide real-time information from the municipality, such as traffic [...]

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Tax Lien Holders Afforded Protection By New Jersey Supreme Court

July 10, 2014

On June 25, 2014, a decision from the NJ Supreme Court has bolstered the position of tax sale certificate holders throughout New Jersey — particularly those seeking to enforce their rights and foreclose upon a property where the property owner has sought bankruptcy protection.  It is a landmark decision and it helps to solidify and [...]

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5 Reasons Why Your Municipality Should Use PropertyPilot

February 14, 2014

PropertyPilot’s government software helps municipalities be more productive with fewer resources. Unify Your Departments & Help Your Employees To Be More Productive In many cases, productivity starts and ends with employee collaboration. The ability to seamlessly share data and critical information is crucial for timely collaboration. Unfortunately, most municipalities have a fragmented data infrastructure that [...]

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If You Can’t Measure Your Government, How Can You Manage It?

November 22, 2013

New Jersey municipalities face the daunting task of improving government services with declining resources. Fortunately, emerging technology has made the challenge of expanding the reach of government services while reducing its costs easier to meet. With advancements in cloud-powered software, GIS applications and mobile technology, governments have access to low-cost tools that will help them [...]

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Nevada Supreme Court Clears Path For MERS Related Foreclosures

October 30, 2013

MERS related foreclosures have been the source of a great deal of controversy, litigation and splits of authority nationwide because MERS, incorporated by banks in 1995 to facilitate the tracking, bundling and transfer of hundreds or thousands of loans into one securitized package, in the process also dispenses with the long-standing requirement that a lender [...]

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