The municipal law and finance attorneys at O’Connell and Aronowitz represent cities, counties, towns, and public authorities on administrative matters, drafting and enforcing municipal ordinances, planning, zoning, infrastructure and utilities development.
Our attorneys represent local governments as special counsel on a wide range of issues including solid waste management, tax certiorari defense, formation of special districts and economic development projects.
Our attorneys also act as bond counsel for the issue of general obligation bonds and notes to finance traditional government projects such as highways, sewer and water projects, and solid waste facilities. We act as bond counsel for the issue of private activity bonds to finance manufacturing, commercial and civic facilities. We also represent underwriters and banks in these transactions.