May 14, 2020
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Ask the Expert: What a “relaunch” means to municipal & community services

AUMA appreciates Dr. Deena Hinshaw and other experts taking the time this Thursday morning to discuss with our members what a "relaunch" means for municipal and community services. The recording of this webinar will be available on our YouTube channel this weekend.

As part of our commitment to members, we have posted answers to questions from the April 15 and 16 town halls regarding COVID-19 and emergency management. AUMA thanks all elected officials who participated in the telephone town halls.

Learn about the basics of asset management. Topics will include how to implement asset management processes into municipal operations and decision-making, how to develop an asset management policy, and build a strategy and internal asset management team.
The last webinar in the series, Food Matters! How municipalities can build a stronger community through healthier eating environments, took place on Friday, May 8.

The Peer Network program puts municipal elected officials and administrators in touch with a provincial network of respected peers who have real-world experience in resolving tough municipal issues.
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We know that our insurance clients are facing difficult circumstances during the pandemic. We have negotiated with our insurer to provide our insurance clients with credit on their auto insurance premiums. We hosted a webinar last Thursday to explain the auto premium credit program in greater detail.
The deadline for municipalities to submit a practice for the 2020 Minister’s Awards for Municipal Excellence has been extended to May 31. This year’s program has been changed to include new award categories, whose topics include economic strength, community safety, innovation, and smaller municipalities.

RhPAP’s Community Health Provider Attraction and Retention Conference is scheduled to take place in Drayton Valley on October 6-8. The theme for this event will be “Put on your Perspectacles: Looking through the rural lens” and will focus on issues related to rural health provider attraction and retention. Click here to receive updates from the conference mailing list.

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