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December 15, 2011

EVIP Online Forum Recording Availableevip webinar

By January 1, 2012 cities must comply with the second requirement of the Economic Vitality & Incentive Program (EVIP) to qualify for the next one-third of the funding. This step requires communities to submit a plan to the State Department of Treasury of one or more proposals to increase existing levels of cooperation, collaboration, and consolidation, within their jurisdiction or with other jurisdictions.

This webinar is about where to go from here, how to proceed, and your next steps.

Click here to view the webinar from December 13.

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Capital Conference 2012: The Politics of Placemakingcapital conference

Capital Conference is where you'll hear about key state and federal issues that impact our communities, from the development of mass transit to the future fate of brownfield tax credits.

Take your place in Lansing at the League’s 2012 Capital Conference.

Registration opens January 11, 2012!

Register today for a pre-conference program!

Recreation Authorities & Other Funding for Parks & Recreation

Most Common Open Meetings Act & Freedom of Information Act
Mistakes & How to Avoid Them


Creative Consolidation: Success in Shared Services

Saving Our Children – The Community's Role in Suicide Prevention

MAMA 26th Annual Advanced Institute

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The Michigan Cable Act: Are Your Franchise Fees at Risk?webinar
Webinar
January 24, 2012

Cable franchise fees can be a substantial source of revenue for a community, but do you know what will happen when your existing cable franchise agreement ends? Those revenues could be at risk if a municipality fails to recognize and properly respond when a new Uniform Franchise Agreement shows up without notice at the local clerk's office. Will the cable companies coming into your community set the ground rules for what they'll pay, or will you tell them what the law says about franchise and PEG fees, compliance, and the renewal process?

Click here to register for the webinar.

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Affiliate News

Michigan Local Government Management Association
Winter Institute
January 31-February 3, East Lansing

The 2012 Winter Institute will take place January 31 – February 3, at the Marriott at University Place in East Lansing. While the primary purpose of the Winter Institute is to provide opportunities for professional development, it will also provide an ideal setting for the sharing of ideas, mentoring, networking, and benefitting from the collective experience of the membership.

The planning committee has been successful in securing high-quality speakers and concurrent sessions. Here is just a glimpse of what kind of topics to expect:
- Shared Services
- "I'm Just a Bill"
- Community Branding Strategies
- Model City Manager Contracts
- Knowing Your Audience & Communication Tips
- Complete Streets
- Anatomy of a Lawsuit
- Placemaking


For more details on this program and to register, click here!

 

 

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