Sept. 29 — 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m. | Learn effective ways to build relationships and collaborate with both staff and leaders.
This course helps participants understand the structure and function of Minnesota cities.
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Learn about the duties of various city officials, the requirements for qualifying for office, and the problem of incompatible offices.
Defines public records and outlines records management issues including creation, retention, destruction and public inspection rights.
Discusses election procedures, notices, ballot requirements, qualifications and training of election judges, voting and counting procedures.
Provides city officials a reference to some of the more significant dates in their business year.
Find out requirements for publishing meeting and election notices, city financial reports, ordinances, advertisements for bids and more.
Answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) by cities regarding the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA).
PTSD and other mental health conditions are treatable, and in many cases, preventable.
This guide can help your city communicate and manage media relations when responding to an incident related to race.
Understand which election questions are authorized or required by state law and which are not.
Prepare for a potential IRS audit or compliance check by learning about common problematic issues for cities.