MML Webinars - Virtual CMO Opportunities

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As a result of both the Annual Conference and Small Town Conference being canceled this year, League staff had to find creative ways to continue to provide educational opportunities to our members. This need brought about the implementation of virtual CMO opportunities.

Throughout the fall, MML offered seven different webinars that members were invited to attend virtually via Zoom. Each webinar offered 3 CMO elective credits, and most cost $25 to attend.

These webinars have been recorded and are available on-demand for those that might have missed the registration deadlines.

To register for any of the following webinars, please complete the attached registration form and return to the MML office to receive the appropriate access links.

  • End of Term: The Do's & Don'ts of Your Last Six Months in Office
    The Mississippi State University Extension Center - Center for Government and Community Development reviews important things to remember as you serve out your final six months in office, including statutory budget restrictions leading up to the election and things that you as a municipal official should be getting
    ready for the next administration coming in.
    $25 REGISTRATION FEE / 3 CMO ELECTIVE CREDITS

 

  • Are You Ready for a Pandemic?
    How prepared is your city or town for another pandemic? In this session you will hear from emergency preparedness and health experts on steps you can take to be prepared for the future.\
    $25 Registration Fee / 3 CMO Elective Credits


  • MML Legislative Update
    Sponsored by Mississippi Municipal Service Company
    A review of some of the major bills from the 2020 legislative session and a look ahead at what may be coming in the 2021 legislative session.
    No Registration Fee / 3 CMO Elective Credits

 

  • New Trends in Policing - Is your Police Department Ready to Respond to Today’s Challenges?
    Sponsored by Government Consultants, Inc.
    Law enforcement agencies around the country face a multitude of challenges in protecting communities and responding to incidents. Issues ranging from dealing with individuals with mental illness, cognitive or physical disabilities, or coping with the effects of trauma, to the examination of use of force policies, to confronting racial and gender bias, are the new reality for law enforcement agencies. This session will discuss new trends in policing designed to better equip law enforcement agencies and individual officers to meet these challenges.
    $25 Registration Fee / 3 CMO Elective Credits

 

  • Complying with Environmental Regulations for Clean-Up and Demolition at Derelict Properties and Disposal of the Resulting Wastes
    Sponsored by Butler Snow
    Municipalities of all sizes work to clean-up derelict properties, removing blighted structures, illegally dumped wastes, and overgrown vegetation. MDEQ staff will discuss the environmental regulations and requirements that govern the demolition and clean up activities and the disposal of the resulting wastes. This session will also cover a recent change in the state law pertaining to clean up of private property.
    $25 Registration Fee / 3 CMO Elective Credits

 

  • Leveraging Assets for Community Development: Real World Case Studies
    Sponsored by C Spire
    This webinar will highlight three diverse communities across the United States that have leveraged local assets such as cultural tourism and natural resources to improve the quality of life for residents.
    $25 Registration Fee / 3 CMO Elective Credits

 

  • Energy Services Contracting 101
    Learn how to use existing municipal budgets to upgrade your buildings’ energy systems without any upfront capital investment. We will cover Mississippi’s legislation for energy services as it applies to municipalities, clearly define the energy services contracting process and describe the most common types of projects that are funded through energy services contracting in the municipal market segment. We’ll also take a deep dive into best value leasing options for the latest outdoor lighting and surveillance technologies.
    $25 Registration Fee / 3 CMO Elective Credits