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April 14, 2011
Parliamentary Procedure Workshop
Do your meetings run smoothly? Is your council or board debating issues until late into the night? By using parliamentary procedure, you can gain control and have more productive meetings.
This training, taught by professional parliamentarian Coco Siewert, will provide you with a guide to fair and orderly procedures in meetings that will help keep discussions focused and help you accomplish the business on the agenda. You will learn about basic principles and objectives of parliamentary procedure, knowledge of charters, amendments, handling motions, debate, public hearings, voting requirements, and agendas.
Community Excellence Award—Call for Entries
Will your community be among this year's regional winners? Attend your Regional Education Seminar and present your success story to the attendees in your region. Your peers will vote; there will be one winner from each of the seven League regions. Each regional winner will then be a contestant at the Annual Convention for the Community Excellence Award Cup. One community will take home the cup for a year. Make it yours!
Contact Kim Cekola at 734-669-6321 or email@example.com for more information!
Capital Conference 2011 – Post-Conference Goodies
Find yourself in one of the many photos snapped during the Capital Conference on the League’s flickr page!
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Read all about the sessions and what you might have missed on the Capital Conference blog.
Free Cloud Computing Webinars
A key part of the League’s mission is to find new ways to assist our members. We believe that finding new technology is a big part of that effort. To that end, the League has been working with IBM on a number of initiatives. One of them is LotusLive, a cloud based, collaboration tool that allows users to share information and work on topics more efficiently.
Seminar on State Policies for Economic Growth
No doubt, you've heard of the many changes in state policies being proposed by Governor Snyder. Thursday night, April 14, one of the key members of his leadership team will be on campus to discuss the changes that are in store for economic development policy in the state.
Douglas S. Smith, senior vice president for Strategic Partnerships at the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC), will participate in a dialog sponsored by the Detroit Metropolitan Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration and the Institute for Local Government.