PUTNAM COUNTY – County Administrator

Putnam County, Florida, a progressive rural community of approximately 72,523 with easy access to major metropolitan areas, a competitive business climate, and an attractive lifestyle, is seeking a County Administrator to lead the County.  Putnam County is nearly equal distance to Jacksonville, Ocala, Daytona, Gainesville, and Orlando making us the hub of Northeast Florida. We’re…

Governor Signs Public Records/Attorneys Fees

On May 23, 2017, Governor Scott signed a bill relating to public records/attorney fees. To implement various protections under the new law, immediate action is required by your city (primarily posting the contact information for the city’s custodian of public records, which is a defined term under Chapter 119, Florida Statutes). The memo includes a…

MARTIN COUNTY – Systems Analyst

Martin County is seeking a Systems Analyst for its Information Technology Services Department to provide professional and technical work in the planning, design, analysis, implementation, integration, management and support of client/server, mission critical, application systems implemented using relational database management systems. The Systems Analyst works with business function managers, users, and ITS staff to develop…

MARTIN COUNTY – Community Development Manager

Martin County is seeking a Community Development Manager to provide highly responsible professional administrative work managing the County’s Office of Community Development. This position is responsible for facilitating, monitoring, and ensuring that all projects are implemented in accordance with the goals of their respective advisory boards and the Office of Community Development. Candidate must communicate effectively at…

HILLSBORO BEACH – Town Manager

The Town of Hillsboro Beach, Florida is looking for a Town Manager.   The first Town Manager to serve after the Form of Government Charter change to Commission/Town Manager Form is leaving in early June 2017. The Town Manager was hired in 2015 as a Town Manager before the March 2016 Form of Government change to…

GREENVILLE – Interim Part-Time Town Manager

The Town of Greenville (pop 837) is seeking a highly motivated and qualified individual to serve approximately fifteen to twenty hours per week, for the position of Interim Part-Time Town Manager to possibly Town Manager. The Town Manager is designated as a Charter Officer under the current Town of Greenville Charter and serves at the…

PASCO COUNTY – Assistant County Administrator – Internal Services

Highly responsible administrative and management work in directing a branch of county government. Serves as a member of the Core Team of leaders who work together to serve the citizens and businesses of Pasco County in the most effective way possible. Major functions within the branch include Budget, Accounting/Fiscal Services, Personnel, Purchasing, Information Technology, Facilities and Fleet; consisting…

MARCO ISLAND – City Manager

Marco Island is located in southwestern Collier County along the Gulf of Mexico with the city of Naples to the north.  The City is home to approximately 17,000 residents, a peak seasonal population of 40,000 and features six miles of beach and over 100 miles of waterways within the City’s 24 square miles. Marco Island…

GAINESVILLE – Finance Director

The City of Gainesville is seeking a dynamic and experienced individual who is innovative and forward thinking that will embrace the organization’s citizen-centered vision and promote systems that support a New American City. WHO WE ARE  Gainesville, Florida is a model city where visionaries join together to move the region forward. It is the largest…

ALACHUA COUNTY – County Surveyor

$52,667.47 – $84,370.00 Annually Closing Date:  06/02/17 Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in land surveying; and with a minimum of five years of progressively responsible professional experience (involving both field and office procedures); including right of way acquisition, appraisal of real property, title searches and/or abstract preparation, or any equivalent combination of related training and experience.…

ALACHUA COUNTY – Probation Officer

$36,689.74 – $55,212.56 Annually Closing Date: 06/02/17 Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, behavioral sciences, social work, or related field and one year of related professional experience; or any equivalent combination of related training and experience. Must satisfactorily complete local, state and national criminal history and fingerprint checks. Applicants within six months of meeting the minimum…

ALACHUA COUNTY – Program Coordinator

$34,842.70 – $52,433.47 Annually Closing Date: 06/02/17 Bachelor’s degree in business management, marketing, public relations area and one year of experience with responsibilities in business, marketing or public relations program areas; or any equivalent combination of related training and experience. Successful completion of a criminal history background investigation is required prior to employment. Applicants within six…

DAYTONA BEACH – Deputy City Manager/Operations

Salary Range:  $94,795.56 – $165,400.44 Salary commensurate with qualifications The City of Daytona Beach is situated in Volusia County, on central Florida’s east coast.  Daytona Beach has a population of about 65,000 and encompasses approximately 65 square miles.  Daytona Beach is known as the “World’s Most Famous Beach,” and is home to the Ladies Professional…

FROSTPROOF – City Manager

(Estimated population 3,000) City Manager:  Salary range $60,000 to $75,000, DOQ.  Council-manager government since 1978; ICMA (CM) recognized in 1999. BA/MPA/MBA in Business or Public Administration preferred.  Minimum five years progressively responsible city/county manager or full-assistant city/county manager experience required.  Candidates with (1) city/county managerial experience within Florida, (2) city growth experience, and/or (3) membership…

PINELLAS COUNTY – Building Services Director

The Building Services Director performs highly professional, administrative and supervisory work in directing the review and issuance of permits relative to the requirements of the Florida Building Code including, but not limited to, construction, alteration, and repair of buildings and other structures. The Director serves as the designated Pinellas County Building Official. The Director reports…

DEFUNIAK SPRINGS – City Manager

Post Date: May 9, 2017                                                                       Close Date: June 8, 2017 FLSA Status: Exempt Pay Grade: 23 Starting Pay Range: 70,298.56 – 119,042.98 DOQ The City of DeFuniak Springs (pop. 5429) is now accepting applications for a City Manager. The City of DeFuniak Springs is the county seat of Walton County located in the Florida Panhandle.…

DEFUNIAK SPRINGS – Finance Director

Post Date: May 9, 2017                                                                    Close Date: June 8, 2017 FLSA Status: Exempt Pay Grade: 18 Starting Pay Range: 49,401.06 – 83,516.90 DOQ The City of DeFuniak Springs (pop. 5429) is now accepting applications for a Finance Director.  The city employs approximately 100 people and operates with a $26-million annual budget. The city form…

WALTON COUNTY – County Attorney

Walton County, Florida is seeking a County Attorney.  The County Attorney must be a member of the Florida Bar in good standing with a minimum of five years of experience as a practicing attorney. Experience in local government law and admission to the Federal District Court, Northern District of Florida, is preferred. The county attorney…

ALACHUA COUNTY – Housing Program Manager

$58,397.66 – $93,550.08 Annually Closing Date:  05/26/17 Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in real estate, finance, business administration, banking, public administration, or urban/regional planning and three years of professional level related work experience including a minimum of one year of housing program administration; or any equivalent combination of related training and experience. Applicants within six months of…

ALACHUA COUNTY – Budget Analyst

$40,681.68 – $63,194.56 Annually Closing Date:  05/26/17 Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in business administration, public administration, financial management, accounting or a related field and one year progressively responsible professional experience in budgeting, finance, accounting, or any equivalent combination of related training and experience. A Master’s degree in a related field may substitute for one year…

BREVARD COUNTY – County Manager

Home to approximately 600,000 residents, Brevard County is the ninth (9th) largest county in Florida and is located halfway between Jacksonville and Miami. The County has a total area of 1,557 square miles, of which 1,016 square miles is land and 541 square miles is water. The official county seat has been located in Titusville…

MARTIN COUNTY – Assistant County Attorney

Martin County is seeking a Senior Assistant County Attorney to provide legal services to the Board of County Commissioners, Departments, and other Boards and Commissioners. Candidate must possess extensive knowledge of the principles, methods, materials, and practices of legal research. The candidate should have a thorough understanding of the laws of Florida, the common law,…

ALACHUA COUNTY – Assistant Director of Facilities Management

Closing Date: 5/26/17 Minimum Qualifications: Beginning salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Bachelor’s degree in business administration, facilities management, construction management or a closely related field and five years related professional level  facilities management experience, including three years of supervisory experience; or any  equivalent combination of related training and  experience. Requires the successful completion of a criminal…

ALACHUA COUNTY – Environmental Specialist

$36,689.74 – $55,212.56 Annually Closing Date: 06/02/2017 Bachelor’s degree in environmental science, environmental engineering, chemistry, natural science, or a related field and one year of related environmental experience; or any equivalent combination of related training and experience. Must possess a valid State of Florida driver’s license. Successful completion of a pre-employment physical examination and criminal history background…

DAVENPORT – City Manager

The City of Davenport, located in Central Florida, population 4,277, is looking to fill the position of City Manager.  The City Manager reports to Mayor and four City Commission members.  Approximately Forty (40) employees currently.  Starting Salary Range: DOQ/Experience, plus vehicle allowance.  Degree in Public Administration or business related field required.  A minimum of a…

MARION COUNTY – Engineering Project Manager II

Pay – $50,731.20  – $80,579.20 MAJOR FUNCTION This is a technical position related to the engineering functions required by Marion County involving those areas of assigned responsibility. Such areas may include, but are not necessarily limited to, roads, stormwater, and traffic. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS The following statements describe the principal functions of this job and its…

May 2017 New Members

The following membership applications have been received. If no current member comes forth with a reason why these applicants should not be approved as members, he/she will be invoiced for dues. David R. Allen, Masters of Public Administration, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, Student Member; Daniel Biles, District VII, County Administrator, Pasco County, Full Member; Edward…

April 2017 Message from the Executive Director

“In this world you’re either growing or you’re dying, so get in motion and grow.”  Lou Holtz This quote is applicable to all FCCMA members, regardless of age or position.  Whether you’re 20 or 80, there is always room to grow, learn, and improve.  The FCCMA Annual Conference offers the perfect opportunity to do all of…

HOLLYWOOD – Director of Financial Services

Home to approximately 145,000 residents, Hollywood is located within minutes of the second busiest cruise port in the world and adjacent to Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport. It is strategically located between Fort Lauderdale and Miami insuring convenience and access while offering a corporate and residential lifestyle all its own. The City operates on a…

DELRAY BEACH – Senior Plan Reviewer

The City of Delray Beach, Florida is a first-class resort destination and a diverse, vibrant community of more than 65,000 residents situated on the Atlantic Ocean.   A small and intimate town with big city sophistication, Delray Beach is 30-45 minutes from both Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale International Airports and only an hour north of…

Keynote and Featured Speakers at the 2017 ICMA Annual Conference

ICMA announces the Keynote and Feature Speakers Sunday, October 22 Opening Session, 3–5 p.m Rabia Siddique: Courage Under Fire The Opening General Session of ICMA’s 103rd Annual Conference will feature an inspirational presentation by Rabia Siddique, a former war crimes and terrorism prosecutor, international humanitarian, retired British Army officer, hostage survivor, and mother of triplets.…

April 2017 Innovation Edge

By Sallie Ann Burnett, East Regional Director, Alliance for Innovation Sparking Innovation How do you spark innovation in your organization? Try an Innovation and Technology Fair. In October, Hennepin County’s Center of Innovation and Excellence and IT departments partnered for an Innovation and Technology Fair (lovingly referred to by Mike Sable as “Innotechxpo”). The event…

ST. LUCIE COUNTY – Deputy County Administrator

The salary range for this position is between $120,000 – $130,000 DOQ. For more information, please click here to view the Deputy County Administrator brochure. MAJOR FUNCTION:  Highly responsible senior leadership administrative position. Operating under the direction of the County Administrator. Responsible for professionally supervising the operations and administration of the County’s management staff. Oversees…

JOSEPH YARBROUGH, CITY MANAGER, SOUTH DAYTONA

How long have you been a FCCMA member? 30 years  Are you an ICMA member and if so, how long? 42 years Please describe your areas of formal/advanced education. Political Science and MPA – University of Tennessee What got you interested in public service? My father was a journalist and political activist, seeking or holding…

Setting the Standard for Customer Service

How Marion County began living its plan to move from good to great By Brian Moree, Assistant County Administrator, Marion County Setting the standard for customer service: though the phrase itself is nearly as common as images of mountains on inspirational posters, it’s less common to find organizations truly striving to study and embody what…

Active Shooter Workshop: Part of Safe Cities, Safe Florida Initiative

Florida has encountered several incidents in recent times where local governments have needed to respond to active shooters. Knowing what to do saves lives. Join your intergovernmental colleagues for a dynamic workshop on planning for, responding to and learning from active shooter scenarios. This one-day workshop is offered in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. WHO SHOULD…

Best Practices in Citizen/Customer Service Webinar

The ICMA Coaching Program invites you and your team to this free webinar: “Best Practices in Citizen/Customer Service” — ICMA Coaching Program webinar 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Pacific Time (1:00-2:30 p.m. Eastern), Thursday, May 11, 2017 Register here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4812060297331296002 Topics: What are agencies doing to raise the bar of service delivery and cost effectiveness?…

Supervisor to Leader: Road Map to Success

 An Interactive Webinar Series   The Florida Institute of Government (IOG) is pleased to announce the following webinar series: From Supervisor to Leader: Road Map to Success. This interactive webinar series will be held on three consecutive Thursdays:  May 11, May 18, and May 25, 2017, from 10:00 am – 12:00 noon (EDT.) Typically a three-day long program taught…

2017 CityStats Survey Now Underway

The annual CityStats survey is the cornerstone of most research and analysis done at the Florida League of Cities. Now in its seventh year, the CityStats survey has allowed for analysis of municipal government policies and programs by both League staff and university research institutes. The 2017 survey is now being conducted online via survey…

2017 ICMA Conference Scholarships

ICMA’s Conference scholarships are part of its commitment to attracting a wide and diverse group of people into the local government management profession, developing and mentoring early-to-mid-career professionals already in the field and helping members working in smaller communities. Experience the value of the Annual Conference, below is a list of the scholarship opportunities offered: 2017…

TREASURE ISLAND – City Manager

The City of Treasure Island is accepting applications for the position of City Manager. This is an excellent opportunity for a seasoned professional to provide on-going transformational leadership and management with a vibrant, engaged beach community of 6,700 residents.  Treasure Island is a barrier island located in Pinellas County with nearly four miles of gulf…

April 2017 New Members

The following membership applications have been received. If no current member comes forth with a reason why these applicants should not be approved as members, he/she will be invoiced for dues. Salem J. Abraham, District I, Masters of Public Administration, Florida State University, Student Member; Torey Alston, District VII, Equal Opportunity Director, City of Gainesville, Affiliate Member;…

Professional Management Matters

By: Katherine Dunn Did you know that Professional Management Matters (PMM) was the Florida City/County Management Associations’ response to ICMA’s Life, Well Run campaign for the state of Florida? FCCMA’s goal is to highlight the benefits of the council manager form of government and to explore real life examples of how the collaboration between professional…

In Memoriam of FCCMA Member Robert Adolphe

Robert Adolphe, Deputy County Administrator of St. Lucie County, passed away Saturday, March 11, 2017. He has been a member since June 2015. “He was a good guy and a good public servant,” said County Administrator Howard Tipton.

Adolphe is survived by his wife Betsy and their four children.

Funeral arrangements are pending.

 

 

March 2017 New Members

The following membership applications have been received. If no current member comes forth with a reason why these applicants should not be approved as members, he/she will be invoiced for dues. Raleigh Barnes, District VII, Masters of Public Administration, University of South Florida, Student Member; Elizabeth Cardenas, District VII, Special Projects Manager, Hillsborough County, Affiliate Member; Peter…

February 2017 Message from the Executive Director

The FCCMA Nominating Committee met last Friday to interview candidates for Secretary-Treasurer and At-Large Director.  Nine candidates, two for Secretary-Treasurer and seven for two At-Large positions, were interviewed throughout the day.  I was blown away by the quality of the candidates interviewed and know that FCCMA will be in good hands in the future.  Here…

Experience Global Impact. Host a YSEALI Fellow this Spring!

ICMA is calling on local governments to host Young Southeast Asia Leadership Initiative (YSEALI) Professional Fellows, a program funded by the U.S. Department of State, April 29 – May 27. The program brings participants from Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar (Burma), Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam to the U.S. for a four-week fellowship. The…

Florida Association of Counties: 2017 Ethics, Public Records and Sunshine Laws Workshop

During the 2013 Legislative Session, the Florida legislature passed new ethics legislation requiring Commissioners and other Constitutional Officers take four hours of Ethics programming each calendar year.  This workshop is open to Commissioners, County Staff and all other Constitutional Officers.  Participants who complete this workshop in its entirety will receive 6 core credits toward the CCC…

FLC University Summit Series: Safe Cities, Safe Florida

“Your City at Risk: Be Prepared” Crestview – March 3 • Altamonte Springs – March 24 • St. Pete Beach – March 31 DESCRIPTION: Accidents. Disasters. Response. Every hour of every day, Florida’s municipalities deliver a wide variety of services smoothly and efficiently. However, we know from media reports that all too often, accidents and disasters do occur .…

2017 ICMA Annual Conference

The 2017 ICMA Annual Conference will be heldOctober 22-25, 2017 in San Antonio, TX. The preliminary program will be provided in the July issue of PM magazine. Dozens of concurrent educational sessions in 6 theme tracks and 4 career tracks developed by the 2017 Conference Planning Committee: Contemporary Local Law Enforcement Diversity, Inclusivity, and Social…

ICMA Student Chapter at Florida Atlantic University

At its monthly meeting on Friday, February 17, 2017, the Palm Beach County City Management Association (PBCCMA) donated $1000 to the newly established ICMA Student Chapter at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) in Boca Raton, Florida. The Student Chapter of ICMA at FAU is a new organization.  It’s first President is Maylee De Jesus, a current…

February 2017 New Members

The following membership applications have been received. If no current member comes forth with a reason why these applicants should not be approved as members, he/she will be invoiced for dues. Cathy DeKarz, District VII, Management Analyst, Town of Belleair, Affiliate Member; Bob Francis, Executive Director, Mid-Columbia Council of Governments, Affiliate Member; Charity Good, District V,…

January 2017 Message from the Executive Director

The 2017 Florida Legislative Session begins Tuesday, March 7th; however, the legislature has already fired up the train and is moving full steam ahead with proposed legislation.  It seems like they get started earlier and earlier each year.  They were in town last week and are already hearing bills in committee.  While the first few…

Grants: A 360 Degree Perspective

Join the Florida League of Cities University on February 24, 2017 in Tallahassee for a full day of learning from the different perspectives of grant professionals. The registration deadline is February 14. This workshop is free to FLC member cities. Online registration is required by the deadline to guarantee a seat and a lunch. We…

Your Path to Government Efficiency Starts Here

Streamline – Your Path to Government Efficiency Starts Here is a book authored by ICMA member Richard Baron.  Richard is the Process & Project Coordinator for Coconino County in Arizona.  He wrote the book to teach Lean Government in simple language. The book is a business novel and follows the struggles of Sam McConnell, a…

Call for Nominations is Open for the 2017 ICMA Local Government Excellence Awards

Celebrate the profession by nominating a colleague or your community for a 2017 Local Government Excellence Award Each year, ICMA recognizes outstanding contributions to the local government management profession through the Local Government Excellence Awards Program. This is an opportunity for both local government professionals and local governments to receive recognition. Awards are presented to individuals…

ICMA Student Chapters Make a Difference

By Mike Grebosz, Assistant City Manager, DeLand, FL Being a part of the FCCMA Student Council Subcommittee since 2011 and helping get the UCF Student Chapter off the ground, I have seen the positive impact ICMA Student Chapters have had on students, local governments and the profession. Within the City of DeLand, we have hired…

COCONUT CREEK – Utilities and Engineering Project Manager

Hiring Range: $63,502.40 – $79,393.60 To Apply: http://coconutcreek.net/iframes/employment-with-the-city GENERAL PURPOSE: Performs senior-level and experienced work in managing multiple complex capital improvement projects (civil, structural, and information technology) simultaneously in various development and construction phases (start to close-out/completion) for the Utilities and Engineering department. Provides information, input, assistance, and recommendations to other departments as requested/directed. Work…

January 2017 New Members

The following membership applications have been received. If no current member comes forth with a reason why these applicants should not be approved as members, he/she will be invoiced for dues. Austin Blake, District III, Management Analyst, City of Kissimmee, Affiliate Member; Tasha Epps, District I, Masters of Public Administration, Penn State, Student Member; Tracy Gogichaishvili, District…

December 2016 Message from the Executive Director

For only the third time in the state’s history, the Constitution Revision Commission (CRC) will meet in 2017 to review the framework that is the foundation of Florida’s government. The CRC’s review of Florida’s Constitution could impact every aspect of our daily lives- education, health care, natural resources, economic development, crime, taxes and how our…

Ethics Connections Program

The Center for Applied Ethics at Palm Beach State College will hold a three-part ethical empowerment certificate program for navigating the “New Normal” with values, ethics and integrity. Ethical Excellence Seminar will be held Friday, January 20, 2017 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Experience this highly interactive session that provides the tools, skills and strategies…

Norton Bonaparte, City Manager, Sanford

How long have you been a FCCMA member? Since 2011 Are you an ICMA member and if so, how long? Yes, starting in 1977 Please describe your areas of formal/advanced education. I have a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, a   Master of Public Administration from Cornell University’s Graduate School…

City of Sanford Citizens Academy

By Lisa Holder, Communications Officer, City of Sanford Local government is government closest to the people, it’s where the “rubber meets the road.” This local turf, called the public sector, is accessible and thrives on citizen engagement.  Couple that with the opportunity to educate the citizenry and you have a magical formula that equals the…

How St. Petersburg, FL Uses the SeeClickFix Tool to Engage Citizens During Times of Disruption, Crisis

City of St. Petersburg, FL; David Flintom December 6, 2016 | 4:01 PM THIS BLOG POST HAS BEEN WRITTEN BY GUEST CONTRIBUTOR, DAVID FLINTOM, MAYOR’S ACTION CENTER, DIRECTOR, ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA St. Petersburg has been a partner with SeeClickFix for over two years, and we have found great success with this tool for citizen engagement.  From potholes…

PORT ST. LUCIE – Assistant City Manager

(pop. 179,413) Opening Date:12/9/16 Closing Date: until filled Salary Range: “Competitive Salary Commensurate with Experience and Excellent Benefits Package” Summary: Responsible administrative and professional work in assisting and working with the City Manager, must be able to provide operational coordination and assistance in areas as assigned. Must be able to identify issues, assess alternatives, provide…

TREASURE ISLAND – Administration/Budget Intern

VACANCY DATE:                   Spring Semester, beginning in January 2017 STIPEND:                               $2,500 CLOSING DATE:                    Open Until Filled  JOB DESCRIPTION GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Interns are expected to exercise independent judgement in solving most problems and work under the general supervision of the Finance Director. Hours can be flexible so that it is accommodating a class schedule. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:…

December 2016 New Members

The following membership applications have been received. If no current member comes forth with a reason why these applicants should not be approved as members, he/she will be invoiced for dues. Brenda Fettrow, District III, City Manager, City of Rockledge, Full Member; William Kauffman, District VII, Assistant City Manager, City of Ocala, Full Member; and…

Promoting Professional Management

The following was a letter to the editor of the Daytona Beach News from Howard D. Tipton. Dr. Hart Long of Daytona Beach recently passed away. He was one of those outstanding citizens who could be described in a number of ways–I would say “Always there, always working for good government.” He left a special…

A CASE STUDY FOR ABANDONED MUNICIPAL CEMETERIES

By: David S. Johnson, MPA Assistant to the City Manager, Haines City, FL INTRODUCTION During the spring of 2015, a young couple from New York came into city hall to speak with Haines City’s then new City Clerk, Linda Bourgeois. Their request seemed simple—they wanted to verify the final resting place of the husband’s mother,…

November 2016 Innovation Edge

By Sallie Ann Burnett, East Regional Director, Alliance for Innovation At the recent BIG Ideas meeting in Dublin, Ohio, the Alliance Board of Directors approved  a plan to be the catalyst for vibrant communities through local government innovation. Our focus over the next four years will be supporting and growing a network of local government innovators, leveraging…

ICMA Update for November 2016

Life Well Run Community Heroes If you look around your community, you’ll find people using their talents each day to improve our quality of life. Some are in very public roles-like police officers or teachers. Others keep the roads maintained, collect recycling, beautify our parks and public spaces. We’re capturing profiles of these community heroes…

Welcome Linda Bridges

The Florida League of Cities has recently promoted 34-year League veteran, Linda Bridges, to Director of Association Services. In this role, Linda and her staff, will work with the Florida City and County Management Association, and other associations managed by the Florida League of Cities, to provide administrative/operational/day-to-day services to the executive director, board and…