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UPCOMING NEVER Trainings COME & Events ALONE NEVER 2016 League Webinar Series topics set Billboard Iowa League of Cities webinar SERIES 2015 COME ALONE www.iowaleague.org train together work together Municipal Leadership Academy (MLA Part One) November -December Next year’s topics: • Hot Issues in Human Resources • Impact of the New Multi-Residential Property Class • Open Meetings and Open Records Guidance • Placemaking: Finding and Improving Your Community’s Identity • Replacing Outdated Utility Infrastructure Topics for the 2016 League Webinar Series have been set. The series will feature five topics of im -portance to city officials, covering a wide range of municipal issues while offering helpful guidance. The Municipal Leadership Academy provides municipal officials with a curriculum to assist them in effec-tively meeting the requirements of their office. Register online at www.iowaleague.org . Visit www.iowaleague.org for additional information about the webinars Logo and to register online. Be sure to also check out our 2014 and 2015 webinar Iowa League of Cities series archive to view a variety of recorded webinars. Each webinar is $35, and once access is purchased they can be viewed at any time. 2015 webinar SERIES Iowans in NLC Kris Gulick, council member from Cedar Rapids, was elected to serve on the National League of Cities (NLC) Board of Directors at the annual Congress of Cities and Exposi -tion in Nashville, TN. Gulick was selected by the NLC nominating committee and elected by the NLC membership in attendance at the conference. He will be serving a two-year term. Gulick has served on the Iowa League of Cities Executive Board since 2007 and served as president of the League from 2011 to 2012. In addition, Executive Director Alan Kemp, who is serving his second year on the NLC board, was selected to serve on the NLC executive committee. The exec-utive committee assists the NLC executive director by providing governance and policy input between board meetings and provides strategic direction to the organi-zation. Legislative Day March 1, 2016 leadership As a city official, the League Legis -lative Day gives a wonderful oppor-tunity to learn more about what is taking place at the Capitol and how it affects your city. In addition, the day provides an opportunity to share ideas with each other and legislators. Register online at www.iowaleague.org . Learn more about these events and others at www.iowaleague.org Iowa League of Cities | December 2015 | 5

2016 League Webinar Series Topics Set

Topics for the 2016 League Webinar Series have been set. The series will feature five topics of importance to city officials, covering a wide range of municipal issues while offering helpful guidance.

Next year’s topics:

• Hot Issues in Human Resources

• Impact of the New Multi-Residential Property Class

• Open Meetings and Open Records Guidance

• Placemaking: Finding and Improving Your Community’s Identity

• Replacing Outdated Utility Infrastructure

Visit www.iowaleague.org for additional information about the webinars and to register online. Be sure to also check out our 2014 and 2015 webinar series archive to view a variety of recorded webinars. Each webinar is $35, and once access is purchased they can be viewed at any time.

Read the full article at http://www.bluetoad.com/article/2016+League+Webinar+Series+Topics+Set/2334710/282790/article.html.

Iowans In NLC Leadership

Kris Gulick, council member from Cedar Rapids, was elected to serve on the National League of Cities (NLC) Board of Directors at the annual Congress of Cities and Exposition in Nashville, TN. Gulick was selected by the NLC nominating committee and elected by the NLC membership in attendance at the conference. He will be serving a two-year term. Gulick has served on the Iowa League of Cities Executive Board since 2007 and served as president of the League from 2011 to 2012.

In addition, Executive Director Alan Kemp, who is serving his second year on the NLC board, was selected to serve on the NLC executive committee. The executive committee assists the NLC executive director by providing governance and policy input between board meetings and provides strategic direction to the organization.

Read the full article at http://www.bluetoad.com/article/Iowans+In+NLC+Leadership/2334712/282790/article.html.

Upcoming Trainings & Events

Municipal Leadership Academy (MLA Part One)

November - December

The Municipal Leadership Academy provides municipal officials with a curriculum to assist them in effectively meeting the requirements of their office. Register online at www.iowaleague.org.

Legislative Day

March 1, 2016

As a city official, the League Legislative Day gives a wonderful opportunity to learn more about what is taking place at the Capitol and how it affects your city. In addition, the day provides an opportunity to share ideas with each other and legislators. Register online at www.iowaleague.org.

Read the full article at http://www.bluetoad.com/article/Upcoming+Trainings+%26amp%3B+Events/2334713/282790/article.html.

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