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Pop Quiz with Jeff Towery, City of McMinnville, Oregon

#ELGLPopUps land in Charlotte, Dallas, Portland, and Kansas City on September 22. Each event has a school theme which you’ll notice in the agendas. Staying with that theme, we introduce you to those who will be attending a Pop Up event. You can register for one of the events here. Name: Jeff Towery Job Title: City … Continued

Leadership Case Responses: Jeff Towery & Sarah Hazel

ELGL is partnering with ICMA  to examine and think about a local government leadership case study.  We asked our members to review this case about the “post heroic leader,” and then share your ideas. Here are responses from Jeff Towery, the Assistant City Manager of Springfield, Oregon (and ICMA West Coast Vice President); and Sarah Hazel, an ICMA … Continued

Quick Take: Jeff Towery, City of Springfield, OR

As we prepare for the ELGL & ICMA joint event at the ICMA Conference, attendees describe the current state of local government, their mentors, ways to strengthen local government, and of course, their dream six-pack. Link: Raise Your Hand If You’re Going “Back to the Future” with ELGL and ICMA.   Background Check Jeff Towery (LinkedIn and Twitter) began his career in … Continued

The Assistant with Jeff Towery, City of Springfield

[youtube] Down  I-5  we go to learn more about the career of Jeff Towery, Springfield assistant city manager. No matter where you work, you have probably heard about Jeff either through his work with the innovative programs in Springfield, his involvement in professional associations OCCMA and ICMA, or through (our favorite) his Twitter feed. … Continued

The Deputy with Jeff Mihelich, City of Fort Collins

Ben McCready, Rock Island (IL) assistant to the city manager, adds to ELGL’s ongoing series on assistant city manager and deputy city managers by profiling the new deputy city manager in Fort Collins, CO. Background Check Fort Collins’ Deputy City Manager and Chief Operating Officer Jeff Mihelich holds a Master of Science degree in Urban and … Continued

Podcast: Trends in Human Resources with Kylie Bayer, McMinnville, OR

Kylie Bayer Human Resources Manager City of McMinnville, Oregon LinkedIn | Twitter Human Resources as a strategic partner. Kylie Bayer, the Human Resources Manager for the City of McMinnville, Oregon, joined the podcast to share the issues and trends that she sees affecting the human resources industry in local government. From pay equity to sabbaticals, … Continued

#ELGLPopUps: Choose Your Own Adventure in PDX

In this post, you’ll hear from those who have registered for the upcoming Pop Up in Portland, Oregon. View the complete agenda and register. Erin Reynolds City Manager – City of Florence Steve Campbell III Director of Public Safety – City of Happy Valley Gayla Jennings City of Portland, OR Nic Westendorf Management Analyst – … Continued

2016 Traeger Nominees

Final: And the Nominees for the Traeger List Are… JULY 18, 2016 BY ELGL Submit your nomination at Call for Nominations: Top Local Government Influencers. These are the current nominees for the Traeger List. Nominees will be accepted until Friday, July 22. AJ Fawver, City of San Angelo, TX (12) Alex Dudchock, Shelby County, AL Alex McIntyre, City … Continued

#ELGLPopUps Eve: Last Minute Info

It’s #ELGLPopUps eve! We’re excited for our coast-to-coast celebration of ELGL and local government service. A few last minute reminders: Each location has an incredible line up of “how to” sessions with fresh and topical presentations. ELGL will share all presentations online next week so you can learn from all locations. At ELGL events, we … Continued

Florida Georgia Line

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Six conferences in one day means that the #ELGL16 family is spread across the country – from Durham to Portland (and Chicago, Dallas, Denver and Menlo Park). ELGL’s mission is to connect, communicate and educate. And while we can promise that each #ELGL16 pop up location will communicate and educate about local government topics, geography makes … Continued

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