Land use decisions can often be complicated. There are many perspectives and priorities that cities must consider—as well as legal standards they must follow—to avoid costly conflicts. Join us to sort through the complexities involved in zoning decisions and help keep your city on the right track!
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Come take a seat at the community table! Join neighboring colleagues and LMC staff this fall at the regional meeting closest to you, where you'll have the chance to learn about the latest in municipal topics. From safeguarding your city's confidential data to what happened in the legislature during session, this year's agenda is packed with useful information!
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How can different roles contribute to improved fireground safety? At this workshop Dr. Richard Gasaway will take us through common mistakes and best practices based on evaluations of near-miss reports and line-of-duty casualty investigation, and show us how to improve fireground safety.
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While supervisory style can vary, there are certain key principles and managerial responsibilities cannot. Join us at this intensive two-day workshop to learn how to create an organizational structure that includes consistent polices for the all the members of the leadership team.
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Police reports are an important part of every officer's job, and are the best defense in a civil case. Join us to learn practical tips for writing quality police reports, discover what critical information needs to be in all police reports, and put those skills to use in practice exercises.
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Data practices law is complex, and applying the law can be tricky! What does your city need to do to meet state data practices requirements? Join League staff for a tour of data practices topics, including designating a responsible authority and compliance official, identifying types of data and who has access, tips for responding to requests for data, and more.
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The League frequently offers webinars on timely issues affecting cities. Recent webinars have been presented on:
-To Share or Not to Share: Data Practices Compliance
-Follow the Money—Using a Financial Plan to Implement a Community's Vision
—Data Privacy: Legal Risks, Mitigation and Response for Municipalities
—Tips for Meeting Management—Managing Expectations and Meeting Your Goals
—State budget forecast & 2014 legislative session
—The Gen Y talent factor
—Individual vs. council authority
—Managing risk in contracts
This online training program provides city officials and staff with professional development opportunities created specifically
for them. Sign up now for the new Respectful Workplace course, and check out the Human Resources Basics for Managers Series and the first course in the Land Use Series.
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Training & Conferences staff are available to answer your questions about LMC events.
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Browse vendors of the 2013 LMC Annual Conference and Marketplace, June 19 in St. Paul. Find companies that can provide services for your city.
The League maintains a member forum (listserv) for Minnesota city clerks and administrators, as well as a member forum for finance directors. Learn tips, exchange ideas, and connect with your colleagues.