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03.19.14 Your Morning Buzz

Last Call: ELGL March Madness: 3rd Annual Battle of the Bureaucracies Obama reveals Final Four picks Trending on ELGL The Great Debate: City Manager vs. Assistant City Manager Growing Up in City Hall: Life as a City Manager’s Child with Kent Wyatt Exceptional Talent Available: CPS Hatfield & Oregon Fellows 03.14.14 Pure Midwest with John McCarter … Continued

10.28.13 Your Morning Buzz

Rock legend Lou Reed dead at 71 ELGL Notes Upcoming Events: Jessica Williams, Bruce Katz, Bridget Doyle Membership: Join ELGL New Member: Lauren MacMillan, Piper Jaffray, Vice President Government Transactions GB creates new assistant city manager post Laura Shepard leaves City of Gresham for Portland Business Alliance, Vice President of Communications and Programming. 2014 ELGL Lunch Forum with Jeff … Continued

04.02.12 The Afternoon Delight

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QnuoGKokQsM&w=560&h=315] Rewind ELGL Special Forum with CEO of Strategic Government Resources Timbers Luncheon RSVP In the News: ELGL Plugging the Public Sector 03.30.12 Knope of the Week ELGL Call for Resumes – Deadline Extended Is Amazon Doing Enough? Amazon a No-show in Giving Back A Tool for Training Budget Committees Use of Social Media in Washington State Cities 04.02.12 The Morning Buzz The Social … Continued

04.02.12 The Morning Buzz

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZeT_LxvsvM&w=420&h=315] Rewind ELGL Special Forum with CEO of Strategic Government Resources Timbers Luncheon RSVP In the News: ELGL Plugging the Public Sector 03.30.12 Knope of the Week ELGL Call for Resumes – Deadline Extended Is Amazon Doing Enough? Amazon a No-show in Giving Back 04.01.12 The Sunday Post The Social Network   Stay connected by following these feeds. Twitter: NCWTV, Heidi Starks, urbandata Facebook: Urban League … Continued

Amazon a No-show in Giving Back

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2V3CfD8TPac&w=420&h=315] Amazon a virtual no-show in hometown philanthropy The world’s biggest online retailer is a minor player — at best — in local charitable giving. By Amy Martinez and Kristi Heim – Seattle Times business reporters Last year, amid a troubled economy, United Way of King County said it received record donations from some of the area’s largest companies. Microsoft … Continued

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