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Annual Meeting for Bylaw Amendments

Per Article 9 of the ELGL constitution bylaws, an annual meeting of the membership must be called to make any amendments to the organization bylaws. At the 2018 Board of Directors retreat, the Board unanimously agreed to modify Article 4 of the bylaws to add an additional member to the Board of Directors. Additions/edits are … Continued

#ELGL18: Technology Lab

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]#ELGL18 takes place May 16, 17, and 18 in Golden, Colorado. You can register for #ELGL18 here. #ELGL18 Tech Lab ELGL and CitySourced are partnering to bring you a ton of tech learning at #ELGL18. On Friday, May 18 the Tech Lab will be open with 5 session on a range of civic tech and … Continued

A New City O/S – Book Discussion

Let’s talk open government, civic participation and technology! Join us on Wednesday, May 9 at Impact Hub in San Francisco from 6-8 PM where we will talk about A New City O/S by Stephen Goldsmith and Neil Kleiman. RSVP! Get a preview of the discussion in the GovLove podcast interview with Stephen Goldsmith, Harvard Kennedy School. Have … Continued

ICMA Coaching Program: Creating a Culture for Cultivating Talent and Getting Results

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Creating a Culture for Cultivating Talent and Getting Results ICMA Coaching Program Webinar 10:00 – 11:30 AM PDT, Thursday, May 10, 2018 Advance registration required for this no-charge webinar Topics: 1. How can you retool your organizational culture and design your workplace for better results? 2. What are practical steps to make your agency … Continued

Event: Phoenix Supper Club on April 20

Phoenix Supper Club Friday, April 20 at 5:00 p.m. Location: Camp Social – Phoenix, Arizona RSVP by April 13 Networking. Drinks. Giveaways. ELGL in Arizona Best Practices: Scottsdale, AZ Communications A Taste of #ELGL18 with Cassie Johnson, City of Scottsdale Mixin’ it Up with Pam Weir, City of Sierra Vista, AZ I Have to Ask You: … Continued

#ICMA2018 Baltimore Scholarships

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]This guest post is by Rob Carty with ICMA – learn more about opportunities to get a scholarship to #ICMA2018 in Baltimore, MD! We are excited to help our members attend our 104th Annual Conference in Baltimore – the premier event for local government professionals around the globe! Take advantage of these 2018 conference scholarship … Continued

Engaging Women in Public Service:  Building Your Leadership Muscle

Are you contemplating your next steps in public leadership? Can you articulate the ‘value added’ you bring to an organization? Would you benefit from a day of focused reflection on your professional trajectory? The 2018 UNC conference, Engaging Women in Public Service:  Building Your Leadership Muscle, will be held this year in Winston Salem, on June 8, 2018.  Registration is … Continued

Webinar: Cultivate Strong Towns

Join ELGL + Cultivate! Collaborative on March 22nd at 1pm CST/2pm EST Why do most cities not have enough money to pay for basic needs and services like infrastructure?   What can be done to align policies, plans and processes to make your city operate more efficiently and achieve outcomes that are financially sustainable, environmentally resilient … Continued

Webinar: Don’t Get Sued Over Public Records

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Complying with FOIA and state public record laws is becoming increasingly time-consuming and litigious. Join Eugene Park, Deputy Port Attorney for the Port of Oakland, and Tamara Manik-Perlman, founder and CEO of NextRequest, in a lively discussion on how recent trends in FOIA and other public record laws are affecting how agencies manage and deliver … Continued

#ELGL18: State of the City with Scott Lazenby, Author & City Manager

#ELGL18 takes place May 16, 17, and 18 in Golden, Colorado. In the coming days, we’ll announce each of the speakers and sessions. You can register for #ELGL18 here. State of the City Scott Lazenby, Author and City Manager Podcast: Between Two Interns with Scott Lazenby Author of Playing with Fire and State of the … Continued

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