Now in its second year, the Local Government Summer Institute offers targeted, in-depth professional development on a rotating set of topics for elected officials and municipal staff. The program is a partnership between the Municipal League of Metro St. Louis and East-West Gateway Council of Governments. Registration and details on the seminars offered for 2019 are available below.
The registration fee for an individual seminar is $25, or $60 for all three, and includes a light breakfast and boxed lunch. Any cancellations must be received three days prior to the date of the seminar. For more information or questions, contact Frank Johnson at email@example.com or 314-421-4220, or Pat Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 314-726-4748.
9 a.m. to noon | Friday, June 14 | Maryland Heights Community Center, 11911 S. Dorsett Rd., Maryland Heights, MO 63043
Staff from the St. Louis Area Regional Response System (STARRS) will provide in-depth information on what you can do as an elected official or local government professional to better equip your community to prepare for, respond to and recover from natural disasters and other incidents.
9 a.m. to noon | Friday, July 12 | Maryland Heights Community Center, 11911 S. Dorsett Rd., Maryland Heights, MO 63043
As more and more experienced employees retire, it's becoming increasingly critical for local governments to attract a new generation of professionals who can bring an innovative approach to the challenges facing our communities today. This seminar will feature a panel discussion and presentations on what city's can do to recruit talented, passionate employees.
9 a.m. to noon | Friday, August 9 | Maryland Heights Community Center, 11911 S. Dorsett Rd., Maryland Heights, MO 63043
Great for newly elected officials or veterans in need of a refresher, this seminar will provide in-depth information and discussion on complying with sunshine law provisions and running effective council or board meetings. Casey La, Director of Sunshine Law Compliance and Records for the Office of the Missouri Attorney General, and Pat Kelly, Executive Director of the Municipal League of Metro St. Louis, will serve as instructors.