Earn 2 CMO Elective Credits by attending Delta State University's Local Government Leadership Institute!
The focus of the Local Government Leadership Institute at Delta State University is to assist Delta communities in addressing governance challenges by providing local officials with the basic knowledge and tools needed to run their municipalities effectively and efficiently. The Institute offers basic, hands-on, governance training over a variety of municipal topics. Contact us to reserve a seat at our next training today!
March 2018 Training
When: March 15, 2018 @ 11:00am - 1:00pm
Location: Delta State University
Center for Community and Economic Development
1417 College St.
Cleveland, MS 38732
Guest Presenter: Mr. Joe Young, Project Manager, Stennis Institute of Gov’t. & Comm. Development
RSVP: By March 12th @ firstname.lastname@example.org
"LOCAL SOURCES OF REVENUE"
LEVEL ONE - STARTER TRAINING: DAY ONE, NOW WHAT?
Local Sources of Revenue: Understanding How Cities and Towns Make Money
Overview of the various sources of revenue available to local municipalities & counties (i.e., how are property tax rates set & administered; the role of sales tax in municipal revenue). Additional review of the structure & impact of various exemptions on municipal & county revenue.
30 MINUTE CRASH COURSE:
“Understanding Robert’s Rules of Order”
(optional @ 1:00-1:30pm)
Effectively utilizing U.S. parliamentary procedure for governing business meetings of a diverse range; Book copies provided
This program is offered with support from the Robert M. Hearin Foundation and Casey Family Programs.
LUNCH SERVED; TWO MML CMO ELECTIVE CREDITS AVAILABLE; ASK ABOUT DELTADOLLAR$ INCENTIVES
Mayors, Alderpersons, and City Councilpersons in the following counties: Bolivar, Coahoma, Humphreys, Leflore, Sunflower, and Washington. (However, Mayors, Alderpersons/City Councilpersons statewide are welcome!)
Ms. Cheryl D. Beaty
Administrative Assistant & Education Coordinator
Dr. Temika M. Simmons, Director
Mr. Todd J. Hendrix, Grad. Assistant