ICMA’s website and especially the Knowledge Network house numerous resources in 83 distinct areas of local government. To help you take advantage of this rich repository, each week the ICMA|blog will highlight a few of these resources and where you can find them.
Leadership Brief: Libraries Supporting Family Learning
Public libraries are becoming a more significant part of communities by helping families meet their learning needs. This Leadership Brief from the Urban Libraries Council explores the power of family learning and identifies five action steps libraries and community leaders can take to expand learning opportunities.
OLDER AMERICANS MONTH 2016: 5 RESOURCES ON AGING
During May communities across the country are recognizing their older populations and are reflecting on how they can serve this group. To help, we’ve identified five resources that help make your community age friendly.
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4 TOOLS TO IMPROVE PERFORMANCE IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT BUDGETING
Since the 1990s there has been explosive growth in the use of performance measures to improve local government performance. This blog post explores how four common performance tools can help improve local government budgeting.
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5 UPBEAT IDEAS FOR A DOWN RECYCLING MARKET
Some local governments are having trouble sustaining their recycling programs due to the drop in commodity prices. This article presents 5 ideas that can help turn your program around.
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3 WAYS CARVER COUNTY, MINNESOTA, BENEFITS FROM GIS
Since the launch of its GIS system, Carver County has been able to expand its use internally and externally so that everyone can benefit from the software.
Learn How They Benefited
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