Local governments in many other countries are working hard for their citizens without resources that we take for granted. Working side-by-side with them to address some of their needs can be the most gratifying work that we do.
Submit your ideas for the 100th Annual Conference.
Call for Ideas closes, Friday, January 3.
ICMA and UNC School of Government launch an academic fellowship program available to all ICMA members interested in advancing their career in the public sector.
ICMA President Simon Farbrother introduces himself to the membership, and discusses some of his goals for the year and challenges facing the profession.
ICMA provides members with valued benefits that help them advance their careers and meet the challenges inherent in leading today’s towns, cities, and counties.
I am wondering if a city out there has experience in purchasing blighted/foreclosed homes, paying for demolition of the site and contracting a builder to build a new home. The City of West St. Paul (MN, first ring suburb)...
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