The Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno asked local leaders for continued support on the tool kit. Guadagno spoke during the League of Municipalities meeting in Atlantic City on Thursday. The second in command for the state told local leaders that they need to reach out to their assemblymen and senator, and tell them the tool kit needs to be passed. The tool kit is a group of bills that Gov. Chris Christie proposed that would assist local towns in keeping property taxes down. Among the key pieces not touched yet were arbitration and civil service reform.