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Posted on: August 24, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Fall Conference Registration is Open

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Fall Conference will be affordable, timely and is being crafted by MML members for MML members. The 2020 Virtual Fall Conference is your chance to participate in planning the 2021 Legislative work for MML and to hear experts and colleagues address critical issues important to municipal leaders and staff now and for the coming year.
 
The 2020 Virtual Fall Conference will be held Thursday, October 8 and Friday, October 9.  

Fall Conference will include:

MML’s legislative priorities for the 2021 Legislative Session

Academy level classes

Exhibit hall, general sessions and more new features that will enable you to connect, chat, question and meet!  
 
Check out the preliminary program.  Session topics will include:
 
Municipal Budget
Limits of Federal Disaster Assistance
Play? Why Should I Care About That?
Continuity of Operations Plans
Race Equity
Public Information Act
Engaging Citizens through Social Media
Traffic Calming and Complete Streets
Mitigating the Housing Crisis
Citizen Input and Crime Prevention
Legislative Roundtables
 
Registration is only $95 per attendee and registration is open now!  Register Today!

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