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Attend the NLC Leadership Summit with ELGL Member Discount

1 Comment 20 July 2014

ELGL members have the opportunity to attend the NLC’s next Leadership Summit for a $200 discount. This is a great opportunity to learn new ways to lead through innovation.

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Morning Buzz

03.12.12 The Morning Buzz

Comments Off 12 March 2012

Rewind March 14 ELGL Event in Bend It’s Madness – ELGL Bracket Challenge ELGL’s Call for Resumes ELGL Featured in The Times 03.09.12 Knope of the Week 03.11.12 The Sunday Post The Social Network Stay connected by following these feeds. Twitter: OED Economist, Bend Parks & Rec, LEE ANDERSON Facebook:  Tillamook Headlight-Herald, The Hermiston Herald, Chinook Observer Pinterest: Grant Butler ELGL Facebook , ELGL Twitter, ELGL LinkedIn, ELGL Google+ , ELGL Pinterest [...]

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Morning Buzz

03.02.12 The Morning Buzz

Comments Off 02 March 2012

Rewind March 14 ELGL Event in Bend 02.24.12 Knope of the Week Why the gov’t should take an interest in Pinterest The Growth of the ELGL Blog 03.01.12 The Morning Buzz 03.01.12 Jobs, Jobs, Jobs (Bieber Birthday Remix) Job Posting: City of West Linn, Oregon 03.01.12 The Afternoon Delight The Social Network   Stay connected by following these feeds. Twitter: ThePortlander, Portland Alliance, Rebecca Tweed Facebook: JOIN: [...]

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Morning Buzz

01.30.12 The Afternoon Delight

Comments Off 30 January 2012

Rewind Job Opportunities: Multnomah County Blazers Public Employee Appreciation Night ELGL Recommends. . . . . Last Call for Feb. 9th Luncheon RSVP Job Posting: City Manager ICMA Opportunities for Mid-Career Professionals 01.30.12 The Morning Buzz Social Media Stay connected by following these Twitter feeds and Facebook pages. Twitter: BGSU MPA Facebook:  Wheeler County, Oregon Participate Voters Urged to Drop Off Ballots Early [...]

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Morning Buzz, News Article

01.09.12 The Morning Buzz

Comments Off 09 January 2012

Join the ELGL Online Community ELGL Facebook  ELGL Twitter ELGL LinkedIn ELGL Google+  RSVP for ELGL Meeting with Patrick Quinton, PDC Executive Director Please RSVP to this luncheon as soon as possible to oregonelgl@gmail.com. Space will be somewhat limited so please be in contact soon. Ingallina’s Box Lunch will be catering. Please submit your lunch order with [...]

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Helpful Information, Morning Buzz, News Article

01.04.12 The Morning Buzz

Comments Off 04 January 2012

Join the ELGL Online Community ELGL Facebook  ELGL Twitter ELGL LinkedIn ELGL Google+    ELGL In Case You Missed It Reminder: RSVP for ELGL Forum with Rob Cornilles 01.03.12 The Afternoon Delight Job Posting: Assistant Town Manager ELGL Work Group for ICMA “Call for Ideas” Program 01.03.12 The Morning Buzz In the Community Many Thanks from Head Start – Winter [...]

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Calendar, Morning Buzz, News Article

12.27.11 The Morning Buzz

Comments Off 27 December 2011

Wagon Wheel   Cornilles to Speak at Special ELGL January Meeting; Bonamici Declines Details will be announced this week. In the meantime, read more about Rob Cornilles. Cornilles Website Cornilles for Congress Facebook @RobCornilles Twitter   Washington Post: Falling home values mean budget crunches for cities A survey of city finance officers conducted by the National [...]

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Helpful Information

NLC: Planning for Stronger Local Democracy

Comments Off 21 December 2011

From National League of Cities website: As a culmination of NLC’s work over the last decade responding to the challenges of governing democratically, NLC’s democratic governance project presents Planning for Stronger Local Democracy: A Field Guide for Local Officials. This tool kit is designed to assist city leaders in strengthening local democracy by cultivating a [...]

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