Disappointing End to 2016 Session

The 2016 legislative session ended on May 22 without passage of either a transportation funding package or a bonding bill. This means public works projects large and small across the state could go unfunded. The Legislature did manage to pass a supplemental budget bill and a tax bill, but it is uncertain at this point whether Gov. Dayton will approve them.

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2016 Annual Conference

June 14-17—St. Paul, MN
Explore leading-edge ways your city can be future-ready at the 2016 Annual Conference—a joint event hosted by the League and the Alliance for Innovation. Take part in this expanded conference as you network with local government colleagues from Minnesota and across the nation, see examples of local innovation in the Twin Cities and surrounding suburbs, and get tools to bring back to your city during 45 educational sessions.
Read more about and register for the 2016 Annual Conference

2016 Clerks' Orientation Conference

August 2-4—St. Paul, MN
If you are new to your job, or have never attended the League of Minnesota Cities Clerks’ Orientation Conference, this 3-day workshop is a must. This conference provides excellent basic training for city employees charged with municipal clerk’s duties—including essential information on election laws, financial management, data practices, human resources, and insurance and loss control issues.
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City Learning Point: Professional Online Training

City Learning Point provides online courses that are easy to navigate and designed specifically for the staff and elected officials of Minnesota cities.

It’s affordable, convenient, effective training just for Minnesota cities!

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Body Camera Bill Presented to Governor

Legislature Passes Omnibus Tax Bill

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Read about the cell/Internet lease agreements of two cities in the “Two-Way Street” column of a recent Minnesota Cities magazine.