Elected Officials' Conference Keynote Speaker
Scott Paine, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Communication and Government, University of Tampa, will open the Texas Municipal League Elected Officials' Conference, February 7-9, in San Antonio. A former Tampa City Councilmember, Dr. Paine is a political analyst who has served on multiple Florida policy task forces and commissions, addressing issues of growth management, transportation, and intergovernmental relations. Mixing professional insight with powerful storytelling, Dr. Paine will share practical leadership tools to help you fully embrace your responsibilities as an elected official.
Early conference registration rates end January 23. Learn more and register.
Share Your City's Success Story: Submit a Municipal Excellence Award Application
TML's Excellence Awards celebrate a job well done by your staff and community, and inspire municipal excellence and innovation. The awards competition is divided into two population categories-cities less than 25,000 in population and cities over 25,000 in population. Within each of the two population categories, there are five subject categories-management innovations, communication programs, city spirit, public safety, and public works. The deadline to submit applications is June 6, 2014. For a listing of past winners and to apply, visit the TML Municipal Excellence Awards page on the TML website.
The TML Buyer's Guide is a searchable database of products and services offered by TML associate members. The Buyer's Guide database allows you to browse through an alphabetical list of firms or search for a product or service category. Use the Buyer's Guide
to explore solutions for your city.
If you have questions about the online guide, please contact the TML Member Services Department.
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