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May 26, 2011
Cracking the Capitol Code: An Insider's Guide to Advocacy
Have you heard the underground hum in Lansing on the governor’s Economic Vitality Incentive Program? What’s the bottom line for the substitute bill to replace PA 312? Where is federal transportation funding headed? These are the questions everyone is asking—and YOU can learn the answers, sitting right in front of your own laptop or office computer—in this special two-part lunch hour webinar series, 12:30-1:30 pm, June 6 and 13.
The combined price for both sessions is just $40 so click here to register!
The League’s Regional Education Seminars
Join the League On Tour this year at your Regional Education Seminar! In addition to having access to training on a variety of topics of local interest, our regional education seminar is where we will elect our region’s officers.
The League’s last stop before Convention will take place on June 1 in Saginaw for the Region 4 Education Seminar and you can still learn about the program and register here today.
For highlights on all the regional meetings, click here.
Award Nominations due July 1!
Click here to nominate an outstanding chief elected official for the Michael A. Guido Leadership and Public Service Award
Click here to nominate an outstanding individual who has provided exemplary service to the League and its mission for the Jim Sinclair Exceptional Service Award.
Zoning Administrator Training
In addition to traditional zoning topics, this workshop includes techniques for improving the delivery of services to the public, methods to enhance communication and cooperation with one's planning commission and zoning board of appeals, and ways to overcome lingering problems.
New Emergency Management Law: What You Need to Know
Placemaking: Creating a Catalyst for Change
Municipal leaders are leading the way in reinventing their communities to survive and thrive in the 21st century. At this summer workshop you’ll get an inside look at successful 21c3 projects, and learn how to grow your own local entrepreneurs, develop green initiatives and repurpose commercial industrial strips. You’ll also see how civic engagement can help you reach those goals faster and easier.