MML is the Official Non-Profit private organization of Cities and Towns of Mississippi. The MML lobbies the state and federal legislatures, provides education for municipal elected officials, provides technical support, represents municipalities with public and private entities, and is a networking media for municipal members.
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$20 Million Blight Elimination Program Launches In Mississippi
Blight Elimination Program
Applicants, consisting of municipalities and county governments, agree to participate with a non-government Blight Partner to eliminate blight in communities thereby strengthening the value of nearby properties, and increasing green space. Applicants may receive up to $500,000 per application cycle, a total of 8 times, to fund the demolition of (1-4) unit single family residential structures. Approximately 2,000 homes will be demolished statewide at an average cost of $10,000.
60th Annual MWEA Conference & Technical Exhibition - CMO OPPORTUNITY!
Earn 2 CMO Elective Credits by attending an outstanding educational and networking experience with the 60th Annual Mississippi Water Environment Association's 2017 Conference and Exhibition held on June 6 - 9, 2017, in Vicksburg, MS! Click here for online registration! Download the attachment for full details.
Municipal Government Week 2017
Mississippi Municipal Government Week will be held January 15 - 21, 2017, as a part of the League's long-term effort to increase public support for and involvement in municipal government, as well as provide a means to raise awareness of the wide range of services provided by municipalities. MML has created a tool kit for members to celebrate Municipal Government Week in each community across the state.
MML to Hold Newly Elected Officials Orientation
This summer, MML is hitting the road to join up with the Planning & Development Districts across the state to offer an orientation session to newly elected officials.
2017 Eligible CMO Graduates
We have compiled a list of elected officials that have reached the requirements to graduate from one of the three levels of the Certified Municipal Officials (CMO) program at the Annual Conference this July. If you do not see your name on one of the three lists but believe that you are eligible for graduation this year, please contact June Dunlap at 601-353-5854 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are one of the graduation eligible officials, please complete the 2017 CMO Graduation Form sent to your city and return it to the MML office so that we can finalize graduation materials!
2017 Mississippi Housing and Community Development Conference
The Mississippi Housing Partnership invites you to attend the 2017 Mississippi Housing and Community Development Conference. View the attached PDF for more information!
MML's Resolution Requesting Assistance in Maintaining Public Infrastructure
View the attached resolution that the MML Board of Directors passed in an effort of encouraging the Mississippi Legislature to assist Mississippi's municipalities in improving, repairing and maintaining their public infrastructure. This resolution was sent to each member of the State Legislature, including Governor Phil Bryant, Lt. Governor Tate Reeves, and Speaker Philip Gunn.
If your city or town would like to pass a similar resolution at your next board meeting, please click here for a resolution template.