Legislative Wrap-up: MAP, along with Tara DePuy, land use attorney for MACo and Kelly Lynch, Deputy Director and General Legal Counsel for the League of Cities and Town, will be discussing legislative changes to the land use statutes over the next several weeks by a Zoom conference on Tuesday starting at noon and lasting approximately one hour. One piece of legislation or one topic area will be covered each week and questions can be submitted in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org and Kelly.email@example.com. Best practices will be discussed as we work through the 2021 legislation, but as always, your county attorney or your city attorney is the final advisor for your jurisdiction. These trainings will be for planners and city and county attorneys. Please do not provide this link to non-governmental entities.
The third Zoom conference will be held on May 25th at noon to discuss the new expedited subdivision review bill, SB 161 which is effective on October 1, 2021.
• SB0161.pdf (mt.gov)
A weekly notice will be sent out regarding the legislation to be discussed at the next Zoom conference. As there will be limited time each week to discuss each piece of legislation, again, questions in advance will help focus the discussion. Further guidance may be issued after each week’s discussion to clarify questions.
For attorneys, we are applying for CLE credits for one hour each week. You will need to self-report your attendance. The recorded previous sessions can be found at: https://mmia.net/2021tillotson/.
Jim Tillotson Service Program: Human Resources
Covid and ADA – reasonable accommodation, requiring vaccines, sending people home if ill once the emergency declaration is over. Presented by: Jordan Crosby, Attorney – Ugrin, Alexander, Zadick, & Higgins and Jill Gerdrum, Attorney – Axilon Law Group
Jim Tillotson Service Program: Regulating Firearms
Understanding LR-130, HB 102, and Other Changes to Gun Laws. Presented by: Kelly A. Lynch, JD, AICP – League Deputy Director and Legal Counsel
Jim Tillotson Service Program: Recreational Marijuana is Coming
How to Be Ready For It. Presented by: Kelly A. Lynch, JD, AICP – League Deputy Director and Legal Counsel
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 977 5623 1110
Dial: 1 (253) 215-8782
Jim Tillotson Service Program: DUI Prosecution
Prosecuting DUIs from start to verdict including trends and information regarding marijuana and DUIs. Presented by: Mary Leffers Barry, Deputy City Attorney – City of Whitefish
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Meeting ID: 936 2086 3982
Dial: 1 (253) 215-8782
90 Years Leading Montana – Celebrating the past, inspiring the future!
Due to the extremely high transmission rates of the COVID-19 Delta variant in Lewis and Clark County and across the state, the League Board of Directors has voted to hold the 2021 League Conference virtually through our conference app, Whova October 5-8. While we are very disappointed to not see all of you in person in October, the safety of our members and their communities is everyone’s top priority.
For More Information, visit the League’s conference web page.
Third Annual MiniMuni Conference
For over 200 years government entities have used debt to fund public infrastructure such as government buildings, water distribution systems, schools, police stations, and many other projects that require significant capital investment. Before issuing debt, a government must consider many factors including the most current information on federal legislation and regulations. Attend virtually to hear first-hand from key leaders in Washington, DC, and participate in dialogue with issuer peers.
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The Muni Townhalls are hosted by the MSU Local Government Center and Montana League of Cities and Towns and feature special guests with expertise and insight on a variety of topics in an online forum. Townhalls provide the opportunity for municipal staff and elected officials to learn about trending topics, get answers to their questions and connect with their colleagues across the state. Watch your inbox for invitations and links!
To be added to the notification list, please contact Jane MacDonald at the LGC.
Hosted by the Montana League of Cities and Towns, the Montana Municipal Interlocal Authority, and the MSU Local Government Center
Mayors, Chief Executives, and City Managers: Come together to learn about issues vital to your community, develop ideas and resources to address the issues proactively, and to learn from your peers. This event is an opportunity for education and networking on a strategic level with your peers from across the state of Montana.
Local Development Tour: Join us Wednesday as we take a tour of local businesses as the City of Choteau shares how they have partnered with local businesses to make their community better.
Host Hotel: Contact Sandy Lang for hotel arrangements at 406-495-7013.
We look forward to the conversation with you in March. Please RSVP using the buttons below so we can make adequate preparation for this event.
Participants are responsible for their own hotel reservations and payments.
This symposium will provide an overview of the current trends and issues facing local governments across the country and to present and explore specific strategies that local governments can consider in the recruitment and retention of municipal employees in the current “Great Resignation” labor market. The cost to participate is $40.
For additional details, please visit the MMIA Website, or contact Krista Artis at the City of Great Falls at 406-455-8450.
Proudly Sponsored by:
City of Great Falls
Check out the information from presentations from the 2022 Jim Tillotson Service Program
MMIA and Praesidium Inc. are conducting three in-person, 2-hour seminars, to kick off the revitalization of the MMIA Child Abuse Prevention Program. Jamie Fray, Manager of Business Development for Praesidium Inc., will be traveling with Jim Brandley, MMIA – Risk Management Strategist, to facilitate these seminars. Join us for this in-person seminar in Kalispell, MT at the City Hall.
MMIA and Praesidium Inc. are conducting three in-person, 2-hour seminars, to kick off the revitalization of the MMIA Child Abuse Prevention Program. Jamie Fray, Manager of Business Development for Praesidium Inc., will be traveling with Jim Brandley, MMIA – Risk Management Strategist, to facilitate these seminars. Join us for this in-person seminar in Great Falls, MT at the City Hall.
MMIA and Praesidium Inc. are conducting three in-person, 2-hour seminars, to kick off the revitalization of the MMIA Child Abuse Prevention Program. Jamie Fray, Manager of Business Development for Praesidium Inc., will be traveling with Jim Brandley, MMIA – Risk Management Strategist, to facilitate these seminars. Join us for this in-person seminar in Belgrade, MT at the Central Valley Fire District Station #1.