April 2014 - Volume 96 - Number 3
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This article will show how resiliency has been expanded to include actions before, during, and after a disaster.
CityLinks Fosters Climate Change Coordination
Breaking into Local Government
Palmdale’s Powerful Tool
Update on the Affordable Care Act
Creating Ethical Dilemmas for the Staff
Shoring Up Local Government Revenues
A Universe of Uncertainties
On the Beachfront
Moment in History
Have You Ever Freaked Out Everyone in the Room?
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At the local government level, events can unfold quickly that demand immediate and thoughtful action by employees.
10 tips to help shake off counterproductive communication behaviors and get better results personally and professionally.
The role of a municipal clerk is often a misunderstood position in local government. Municipal clerks are often the first and most direct link between...
When proactive town-gown practices are used, everyone benefits—public and school officials, as well as residents and students.
I am looking for some innovative regulations for off-site advertising signage that allows such signage, but does not provide a free-for-all approach that leads to signage being located everywhere in town.
Do you have a standard operating procedure or best practice you use when/if you have a City Councilmember who would like to do business with their own City? If so, would you please provide that procedure or best practice?
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