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June, 2016

Life and work for every generation, digital public engagement and introducing
Coffee-Break Webinars

Free Coffee-Break Webinar

Identifying the most common sources of Web negativity faced by local governments, how to deal with them and what's in a good social media policy.
  • June 14, 2016
  • 11:00 AM, MST
  • 20 minute coffee-break
Register to access this free webinar.  Afterwards, we'll send you a link to the recording so you can watch it any time.


More than 9 in 10 local government employees plan to continue working for their current organization a year from now.

A. True

B.  False

Find out the answer in next month's issue!

And the answer to last month's quiz:

Which of these is one of the top two reasons residents at any age would recommend their community to others as a place to live?

A.  K-12 Education

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