Co-sponsored by Municipal Research and Services Center
December 2, 8:30 am – 3 pm (lunch provided)
Join us in one of the following cities:
You don’t have to be new to elected office to benefit from this AWC workshop that covers the most critical legal and functional responsibilities of local elected officials.
Join us for this workshop where you’ll network with a group of your peers, interact virtually with trainers who’ve worked extensively with cities, and spend time together examining real-world municipal scenarios. The session covers your basic legal obligations and liabilities, and your statutory role and responsibilities.
As an added benefit, this event offers an excellent opportunity to connect and network with other city leaders in your region, while spending less time and travel costs than a traditional training event.
This training is designed to meet the specific requirements for elected officials under the Open Government Training Act.
This event is open to any elected or appointed official or staff from member cities.
Registration fee: $45 (lunch provided)
Steve DiJulio, Attorney, Foster Pepper, PLLC
Steve focuses on litigation involving state and local governments, and land use and environmental law. His particular experience includes representation of jurisdictions on eminent domain, utilities (water, wastewater, stormwater, and solid waste systems), local improvement districts, facility siting and contractor litigation.
Earn 5 credits toward your Certificate of Municipal Leadership and meet the roles, responsibilities and legal requirement.
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