The League's E-Muni is the electronic supplement to the League's print magazine,  the Municipality
It provides you with additional resources & quick links that you can use in your municipality. 

Communicable Disease, Lead, Substance Abuse
March, the Municipality, pg. 8
Ann Christiansen, Health Director/Officer of the North Shore Health Department is Jerry's guest on the March, the Local Perspective. Jerry and Ann have a wide-ranging conversation about the responsibilities, challenges and opportunities of Wisconsin's public health professionals.
Watch the show on the League's YouTube Channel here.

Thanks to the City of West Allis Communications Team for hosting us!

The Local Perspective Blog - New Blog by Jerry Deschane 
"The Local Perspective" Blog is a conversation starter that may make you yell at your screen. Maybe you'll agree with the perspective and maybe you won't. Either way, as Jerry said in his first post, "What's your local perspective? Let's talk."  Read & follow The Local Perspective Blog.  
Incorporating Health in All Policies
Green Tier Legacy Communities benefiting from the Legacy Community Alliance for Health: from New Richmond, Egg Harbor & Bayfield to Sheboygan, Wisconsin Rapids...
March, the Municipality, pg. 4 & pg. 6 

You can do this in your own city or village! 

Are you interested in Appleton's groundbreaking  Health in All Policies Ordinance?  You can review it here (just scroll down to the bottom of the page.) 

You can also learn more about the Green Tier Legacy Community network in general and their work as a Legacy Community Alliance for Health.  

Additional Resources:

County Health Rankings were just released  March 14. Access your data
 
Wisconsin Healthy Communities Designation (see pg. 14 of the March, the Municipality.) 
"Click & Collect"
March, the Municipality, pg. 15

"While "click and collect" sales do not typically require municipal oversight or approval, oversight and/or approval may be desirable and/or necessary when the online sale includes alcohol beverages and, in particular, when the sale involves curbside delivery. Recently, some retailers with alcohol licenses have sought municipal approval to expand the description of their premises to include designated parking stalls used for the Click and Collect deliveries."  

Claire's article was inspired by a memo on Click and Collect Alcohol Sales written by Julia Sherman at the Wisconsin Alcohol Policy Project. Read the memo here (PDF)  

You can order the League's popular   Municipal Licensing and Regulation of Alcohol Beverages and other League Handbooks and Manuals.  

Explore the resources on the Wisconsin Alcohol Policy Project website.  
Wisconsin's Tobacco Sales Law
March, the Municipality, pg. 12 

Here are a few ways you can assist Wisconsin Wins in helping local businesses comply with the law and keeping kids tobacco-free:
* Familiarize yourself with Wisconsin tobacco licensing and sales laws (Wis. Stat. §§ 134.65 and § 134.66).
* Inform retailers of tobacco sales laws during the licensing application process by letting them know about the free training available through WITobaccoCheck.org.
* Check in with local law enforcement to learn more about how they are supporting Wisconsin Wins compliance checks in the community.
* Ensure that your local municipal code is comprehensive and adopts Wisconsin statute language.

Check out your county's compliance data on this interactive WIWINS map.  
Got Brownfields? 
March, the Municipalty, pg. 30

Join the DNR's Brownfields Program on May 10 in Stevens Point for the 2018 Brownfields Conference for Local Government. Learn about the state and federal resources to help get your redevelopment projects off the ground. Meet the DNR staff who can help see your projects from acquisition to ribbon-cutting. And hear from community leaders and developers who've worked on numerous brownfield projects across the state. 
A special $35 registration is available to public and non-profit employees through April 15. Learn more and register...
Commercial Building Plan Review for Municipalities
March, the Municipality, pg. 24

For more on plan review and municipal delegations, go to the Wis. Dept. of Safety & Professional Services, Division of Industry Services.

Contact the Wisconsin Code Officials Alliance if you have any questions.  

League 3 Minute Video 
Watch & listen to the city/village officials & staff in some of Wisconsin's small communities who are dealing with fiscal stress because they are not growing. It's our latest video on the League's YouTube Channel h
2018 League Meetings, Institutes & Conferences ~  
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April 18-20 at the  Blue Harbor Resort & Conference Center in  Sheboygan.    Register on our website here...  


Thanks to our Local Government 101 sponsors!  
League Mutual Insurance & Stafford Rosenbaum LLP

Brookfield : Embassy Suites, Milwaukee/Brookfield, May 4

Eau Claire:
 The Lismore, May 11 

Madison:  The Holiday Inn Madison at the American Center, June 1 

Appleton:  Radisson Paper Valley, June 8

Stevens Point:  Holiday Inn Hotel & Conference Center, September 28

June 13-15, Chula Vista Resort, Wisconsin Dells  Register on our website here... 

Thanks to our Sponsors!
Associated Appraisal Consultants, Inc., Ehlers, Focus on Energy, Johnson Block, League Mutual Insurance, WEA Trust & Wegner CPAs. 

Check out the 2017 CTFO Institute  Photo Album  on the League's Facebook page.

See the list of all 2018 League Events. 
Interested in Sponsoring an Event?  Details here...
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