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Golden Rule of Local Government Communications

For anyone who is the local government communications, your golden rule should be: DON’T SHOW UP YOUR ELECTED OFFICIALS! “Among the responsibilities of a professional local government manager is the role of maintaining a positive relationship with the governing body and working with them to enhance their work. I would argue that this is the most … Continued

Reimagining Libraries: The Front Door of the Innovation District

In this series, guest columnists write about what’s working at their library, how they are adjusting to the digital age, and what their community expects from a library. Gray Gill, Content Strategist and Writer at Southside Creative, writes about the community impact of the Chattanooga Public Library. How the Chattanooga Public Library has succeeded by balancing … Continued

Reimagining Libraries: A Regional Library Funding Model

In this series, guest columnists write about what’s working at their library, how they are adjusting to the digital age, and what their community expects from a library. Catherine Alloway, Library Director, Schlow Centre Region Library, State College, PA, writes about library funding sources. Most public libraries in the United States depend upon state and local government funding … Continued

What I Am with Courtney Hayden, State College, PA

Link: ELGL Spreads Across the Country “Cross between The Atlantic magazine and Buzzfeed”  Welcome to our new member feature. We’ve all heard the excuse “I’m too busy” too many times so we’ve simplified our new member feature to illicit short, meaningful responses. 

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