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Bill Would Eliminate Cabin Property Classification

Cabins owners and local government tax bases would be impacted by a proposal to repeal the property tax classification for “non-commercial seasonal residential recreational” property (cabin property). Properties currently classified as cabins would be moved to the “single-unit residential non-homestead” property classification. This would change the way various levies apply to these properties.

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Free Webinar—Handling Unfair Labor Practices: What Cities Need to Know

May 12—9-10 a.m.
Join the League’s HR director and an experienced labor and employment attorney to hear about common unfair labor practices (ULPs) and relevant court cases. You will also learn what cities can expect under a new process for reporting ULPs beginning this summer, as well as what steps your city should consider taking to avoid ULPs.
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Free Webinar: The Economic Status of Minnesotans

May 12—1-2 p.m.
Though Minnesota's economy is thriving overall, census data has shown that household income is falling among black Minnesotans. Take part in this webinar to explore the question: What do we know about economic disparities across Minnesota's racial and ethnic groups?
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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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League Seeks Body Camera Legislation

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