Is Your City Ready for GASB 68?

The Governmental Accounting Standards Board issued new public pension accounting rules—known as GASB 68—that will take effect at the end of this year for local and state governments. We talked with Jim Riebe, principal accounting officer with the Public Employees Retirement Association, to find out more about these new requirements and their effect on cities.

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Free Webinar: What to Think About When Considering Police Body Cameras

December 15—11 a.m.-12 p.m.
Implementing a body-worn camera (BWC) policy can be a complicated process. Take part in this webinar to explore the costs, risks, and benefits, as well as find out what practical policy considerations should be weighed when considering a BWC program.
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Newly Elected Officials: 2016 Leadership Conference

January 22-23—Brooklyn Center
Join your newly elected colleagues for this two-day workshop designed to help you get a strong start in your new leadership role. Learn about your legal responsibilities and gain tools to help you work effectively with your citizens, city staff, and elected colleagues.
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City Learning Point: Professional Online Training

City Learning Point provides online courses that are easy to navigate and designed specifically for the staff and elected officials of Minnesota cities.

It’s affordable, convenient, effective training just for Minnesota cities!

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LMCIT Announces Coverages, Rates, and More for Coming Year

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The answer is B, 34! 27 new city councilmembers and 7 new mayors will take office on January 1, 2016. Do you have newly elected official in your city? Help them get to a good start by sharing these resources.


Advertise Your City’s Items or RFP Listings

LMC members can post items and RFPs at no charge in the Marketplace. Non-members can post them for $75 per week. LMC Business Alliance members receive discounts and free postings based on their membership level.

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Business Leadership Council

The LMC Business Leadership Council (BLC) provides financial support for the League, as well as a wealth of knowledge and expertise throughout publications and conferences.