Public Finance Essentials for Elected Officials
This course provides public finance essentials for elected officials, including city budgeting and property tax levies.
Cities have authority under state law to control certain occupations and activities to provide for the general welfare and good order of the city. Commonly licensed and regulated areas include liquor sales, lawful gambling and activities of peddlers and transient merchants.
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Describes how cities may control pets, farm animals, exotic animals, and newly popular hobbies of keeping bees or chickens.
Describes possible ways cities can regulate peddlers, solicitors, and transient merchants.
Understand the basic concepts in licensing such as city authority, constitutional issues, preemption and limitation and fees.
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Learn about the tools available to cities under state law to remedy unhealthy and dangerous properties.
City authority to regulate various activities city comes from state law. Learn about activities cities most commonly regulate and license.
Learn about types of liquor licenses and criteria that applicants and their establishments must meet.
Outlines legal developments surrounding unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), or drones.
Outlines requirements to regulate the collection and disposal of solid waste and the roles of state and county oversight.
Learn about regulating all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), golf carts, mini-trucks, motorized foot scooters, pocket bikes, mini-motorcycles, motorized bicycles, and electric-assisted bicycles.