AZ League Connection

The League's Monthly Online Newsletter

Issue 203: March 2020

League Provides COVID-19 Online Resource for Cities

As the COVID-19 pandemic is an active, evolving situation, the League has established a website of relevant information to serve as a clearinghouse of information.

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Updates on League Conferences & Trainings

In light of the recent COVID-19 pandemic and restrictions placed by the Centers for Disease Control on gatherings of groups, the League has rescheduled several upcoming trainings.

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2020 League Annual Conference

As we start to gear up for the 2020 League Annual Conference September 1 – 4 at the Renaissance in Glendale, we are seeking your input for the conference session topics, speakers and events.

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League Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities

The League of Arizona Cities and Towns offers four levels of sponsorship through its annual conference. Learn more about sponsorship levels and benefits.

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2020 League Service Award Program

In preparation for the 2020 League Service Award Program at the Annual Conference in August, we are asking cities and towns to complete the 2020 League Service Award form.

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2020 League Policy Committees

League Policy Committees provide opportunity for city and town officials across the state to convene and discuss issues that are impacting their communities.

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City and Town Officials Attend NLC Conference in D.C.

Arizona's two US Senators met with a large delegation of city officials during the recent NLC Conference in Washington, D.C.

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Legal Corner - Remote Conferencing and the Open Meeting Law: What You Need to Know

In recent days cities and towns have been forced to adapt their government operations to address the worldwide pandemic known as COVID-19. One of the most frequently asked questions has been how to hold a council meeting in compliance with the Open Meeting Law’s mandate that the public has the right to attend and listen to the meeting when federal and state regulators recommend that no more than 10 individuals be together at the same time to reduce the spread of the virus.

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