April 2017 New Members

The following membership application has been received. If no current member comes forth with a reason why this applicant should not be approved as a mFCCMA-teal-logoember, he/she will be invoiced for dues. Torey Alston, District VII, Equal Opportunity Director, City of Gainesville, Affiliate Member.

MOUNT DORA – Senior Benefits Administrator

HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT Full-time Exempt Salary Range: $62,254 – $93,350 DOQ Under the general direction of the Director Human Resources/ Risk Management; the Senior Benefits Administrator provides strategic direction to and oversight for the employee benefits function.  The incumbent will design and implement cost-effective benefit plans and oversee the Self-funded health insurance plan, and all…

MOUNT DORA – Senior Planner

PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT Full-time Exempt Salary Range: $58,739 – $88,088 DOQ Under the direct supervision of the Planning & Development Director; Responsible for planning and zoning functions of the Planning and Development Department which include permit review and coordination, development review, comprehensive planning, GIS mapping, and special project coordination. The Senior Planner is responsible…

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…

ORMOND BEACH – Public Works Director

SALARY: $76,213.00 – $129,766.00 Annually OPENING DATE: 03/23/17 CLOSING DATE: 04/30/17 05:00 PM SUMMARY: Performs highly responsible management and administrative work directing and coordinating all functions of the Public Works Department.  Provides executive level administration and direction for city divisions including Utilities, Engineering, Solid Waste, Streets, Fleet Maintenance and other functions as assigned.  Work is performed…

COCOA- Utilities Engineer I, II, III, IV

  SALARY: $46,633.60 – $74,609.60 Annually OPENING DATE: 10/28/16 CLOSING DATE: 04/03/17 05:00 PM JOB DESCRIPTION: ** REVISED EFFECTIVE 3/20/2017 ** Utilities Engineer I, II, III, IV – Two (2) Vacancies Available Starting Salary: Utilities Engineer I –  $46,633, (Grade GE12) Utilities Engineer II –  $49,633, (Grade GE12) Utilities Engineer III –  $53,633, (Grade GE12) Utilities Engineer…

COCOA – Economic Development Specialist

SALARY: $43,180.80 – $69,076.80 Annually OPENING DATE: 03/01/17 CLOSING DATE: Continuous JOB DESCRIPTION: JOB SUMMARY Under the general supervision of the Economic Development Manager, the Economic Development Specialist assists in the creation of economic development and redevelopment programs, promotes and markets the City as a place to do business, implements strategies to attract and recruit business and industry…

MARTIN COUNTY – Marketing Manager

Martin County is seeking a Marketing Manager for the Parks & Recreation Department.  Reporting to the Recreation Administrator, this position leads the marketing, business development, promotion and sales functions of the Parks & Recreation Department in general and specifically the Department’s Revenue Enhancement Program. Working with and through subordinates, the Marketing Manager will develop and…

BOYNTON BEACH – Director, Finance/Treasurer

The City of Boynton Beach is seeking an experienced professional to be our   Director, Finance/Treasurer THE COMMUNITY The City of Boynton Beach, “The Gateway to the Gulf Stream,” is a coastal city located in a rapidly growing area of Palm Beach County.  Boynton Beach is the third largest City in Palm Beach County, with a…

DELRAY BEACH – Finance Director

The position is posted until April 23, 2017. 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…

ALACHUA COUNTY – Drug Counselor

$38,634.13 – $60,014.45 Annually Closing Date: 04/07/17 Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree with major course work in counseling, social work, behavioral sciences, criminal justice or related field; 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…

SARASOTA – Director of Utilities

$95,500 up to $159,486 The City of Sarasota, a vibrant and growing community located on the west coast of Florida is seeking a highly motivated and innovative Director of Utilities. The successful candidate will be well rounded and versatile, capable of being both a visionary big-picture thinker while remaining detail oriented. This position has overall…

KISSIMMEE – Marketing Coordinator

General Statement of Job Under limited supervision, provides marketing and creative design services to all City departments in the development, design and production of materials targeted for educating the public and supporting economic development activities. Manages the City’s social media platforms and supports the Communications & Public Affairs Officer to communicate the value of City…

KISSIMMEE – Communications & Public Affairs Officer

General Statement of Job Under the general direction of the Administrative Services Manager, provides professional public relations and communications services to help reflect a positive image of the City to internal and external audiences. Performs responsible work with promotional and informational activities in the preparation of publicity and development, maintenance and enhancement of a comprehensive…

TEMPLE TERRACE – Assistant Finance Director

Salary Range:  $56,234 – $84,344 Annually This is highly responsible supervisory and administrative work involving all the City’s accounting related activities. Responsibilities include coordinating and directing departmental staff in day-to-day routine accounting work; providing technical supervision in accordance with standard accounting practices, including legal and governmental accounting requirements. This position requires considerable independent judgment and…

COLLIER COUNTY – Transit Manager

Collier County is home to nearly 360,000 residents with a total area of 2,305 square miles; 1,998 square miles is land and 307 square miles is water.  Collier County is the largest county in Florida by land area and fourth-largest by total area. Collier Area Transit (CAT) operates under the supervision of the Collier County…

BROWARD COUNTY – Budget and Management Analyst

Office of Management and Budget staff are fiscal and management consultants to County Agencies and County Administrator’s Office.  Analysts work with County agencies to coordinate and develop recommendations on resource allocation throughout the year. In addition to development and administration of the $4 billion annual budget, analysts work on special projects.  As skills develop, Analysts…

BISCAYNE PARK – Village Manager

(Population 3,110) BACKGROUND The Village of Biscayne Park, a residential community with no commercial property, is located in the northeast section of Miami-Dade County.  It serves an area of approximately .69 square miles accented by lush medians and a rich tree canopy.  There are only a handful of undeveloped lots in this residential enclave, where…

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.

 

 

MADEIRA BEACH – Finance Director

Pay Plan Range: $82,000 – $99,840 Contact: Vincent Tenaglia Closing Date: Open until filled Submit Cover Letter and Resume via E-mail or Mail: E-mail:  humanresources@madeirabeachfl.gov Subject Line:  Finance Director Attention:  Human Resources – Recruiting Mail: City of Madeira Beach 300 Municipal Drive Madeira Beach, FL 33708 Job Description: The Finance Director serves as the City’s…

WINTER GARDEN – Water Conservation/Recycling Coordinator

Salary is DOQ This is technical, professional work in Water Conservation and Recycling.  Employee often works alone and is expected to make independent decisions requiring technical expertise and good judgment. Requires considerable knowledge of water, irrigation, conservation and recycling methodologies and processes.  Responsible for the administration of the water conservation and solid waste recycling customer…

WINTER GARDEN – Assistant City Manager – Public Services

Salary is DOQ This position is a highly responsible administrative and managerial position that directs the operations and management of the Public Services Department for the City.  The position’s responsibilities are of a considerable variety and volume related to streets and drainage, solid waste/recycling, water, water treatment, wastewater, wastewater treatment, storm water, environmental services, and…

BROOKSVILLE – Interim City Manager

The City of Brooksville, Florida, population 8006, the county seat of Hernando County, approximately 10.77 square miles in size and situated north of the Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater area, seeks the services of an Interim City Manager to assist the City Council until a regular City Manager is selected later in 2017. The Interim City Manager is…

MARION COUNTY – Building Safety Director

MAJOR FUNCTION This position directs a fast-paced and ever-changing department that requires a proactive leadership style. The position performs advanced technical and administrative work overseeing the administration and enforcement of building, electrical, mechanical, and plumbing codes in accordance with the Florida Building Code. Employees in this classification manage all aspects of the department, ensuring the…

CALLAWAY – Finance Director

This is professional work in accounting, finance and record keeping. Work is performed under the direct supervision of the City Manager. Work involves oversight of the financial and accounting system controls and standards and ensures timely financial statistical reports for management. Directs budget, financial analysis, accounting practices and reports. Analyzes and interprets financial data and…

CALLAWAY – City Manager

The City of Callaway (Population 14,500) located in Bay County is accepting applications for the position of City Manager.  The City of Callaway has a Commission/Manager form of government. The position reports to and serves at the pleasure of the five (5) member Commission; which consists of a Mayor and four (4) Commissioners who are…

SARASOTA COUNTY – Planning and Zoning Senior Manager

Planning & Zoning Senior Manager (Official Job Title: Senior Manager): This is a senior leadership role managing and overseeing the Planning and Zoning Division, which includes functions relating to planning, neighborhood services, zoning, and land development. The Division is also responsible for facilitating the County’s Development Review Committee (DRC) and associated review and coordination processes.…

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…

MARCO ISLAND – Executive Search Firms

PUBLIC NOTICE MARCO ISLAND, FLORIDA REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Executive Search Firm RFP# 17-008 The City of Marco Island is seeking proposals from qualified firms to perform executive search services for the position of City Manager. Interested firms are requested to submit proposals describing the firm’s qualifications, the qualifications of its staff, a detailed description of…

MAITLAND – Community Development Director

PAY GRADE/STARTING SALARY:         GRADE 30 – $84,200 to $102,700 annually – D.O.Q. HOURS:                                 Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree, or equivalent experience, in planning, public administration, civil engineering, urban design, law or other related field which includes land use planning or urban planning. Seven (7) to ten (10)…

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…

MARTIN COUNTY – Records Management Liaison Officer

SUMMARY Perform responsible, professional, lead and/or supervisory work in developing, managing and maintaining the County’s Records Management program in accordance with Florida Statutes and Regulations, including developing, implementing and managing electronic records management systems, maintaining and managing traditional records management systems, coordinating and managing the County’s Public Records function, and acting as the County’s Records…

MARTIN COUNTY – CRA Project Coordinator

SUMMARY Under the direction of the Community & Strategic Partnerships/CRA Manager, the person in this position is responsible for advanced professional planning work involving the preparation, evaluation and analysis of community redevelopment plans and proposed projects and development in accordance with the County’s Comprehensive Growth Management Plan, the Land Development Code and the Community Redevelopment…

November 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. Phil Alleyne, District V, City Manager, City of Lauderdale Lakes, Full Member; Kenneth G. Cassel, District IV, City Manager, City of Westlake, Affiliate Member; Michael Esposito,…

Succession Planning & Knowledge Transfer

The ICMA Coaching Program will hold a free webinar on Thursday, November 17th, 2016 from 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., ET on “Succession Planning & Knowledge Transfer.”   Advance registration required for this no-charge webinar. Webinar topics: What challenges do local governments face in succession planning? What are effective strategies to attract, prepare, and retain…

November 2016 Message from the Executive Director

Does having a professional city or county manager in charge make a difference?  Are Florida’s cities and counties in better shape because professionals are steering the ship?  If you answered “yes”, you agree having a professional leading the way does make the difference. Running a city or county is difficult because cities do so much. …

October 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.  Gerald Bryan, District V, Assistant Town Manager, Town of Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, Full Member; William Corbett, District VI, Masters of Public Administration, Florida Gulf Coast University,…

ALACHUA COUNTY – Program Coordinator

$16.75 – $25.21 Hourly Closing Date: 10/21/16 Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in education, business administration, agriculture, and one year of experience with responsibilities for a specific program or program area in teaching, agriculture, business management, leadership, volunteer development and customer service; or any equivalent combination of related training and experience. Successful completion of a criminal…

ICMA 2016 Service Awards

Congratulations to the 2016 ICMA Local Government Service Award Recipients 40 Years of Service Robert R. Baldwin Christopher W. Chinault George D. Forbes Jim Hanson May Royle Gerald J. Seeber Stephen E. Sorrell Ralph E. Stone Michael D. Wanchick 35 Years of Service Thomas W. Barwin Robert L. Kellogg Maria A. Menendez Carl L. Schwing…

Understanding Green Building Programs, Compliance Requirements and Government Regulations in South Florida

Discovery Channel’s “Project Earth” technical advisor and star Dr. Jennifer Languell will conduct an intensive workshop on “Complying with Local Government Green Building Requirements” on Wednesday, October 19th, 2016 in Hollywood, Fla. Local governments are increasingly mandating that new construction is certified by a national or state recognized green building program. Whether it is concern over climate change and…

Strategic Government Resources Leadership Conference 2017

The SGR Leadership Conference will be held January 26th and 27th, 2017 at the Great Wolf Lodge, Grapevine, TX. The SGR Leadership Conference focuses on servant leadership, employee development, and innovation in training and recruitment. The goal of the conference is to assist local government organizations in becoming part of the Top 16%. Join SGR in learning from successful,…

Skip the Trip: Charlotte County Implements Online Permitting

Charlotte County, Florida is embracing the sustainable and technologically advanced community of Babcock Ranch, being developed by Kitson & Partners. To allow contractors to skip the 90-minute roundtrip to the county’s building department, we have created an online permitting system. The spirit of Babcock Ranch is sustainability, innovation and technology. One of Florida’s largest solar…

September 2016 Innovation Edge

By Sallie Ann Burnett, East Regional Director, Alliance for Innovation Engaging the Community in Public Safety: Examples of Community Policing Concepts by Jason Rollins, Communications Director, Alliance for Innovation The issue of policing in the United States has once again emerged to the top of public discourse. As tragic image after tragic image fills our…

Survival Skills for Managers

The ICMA Coaching Program will hold a free webinar on Thursday, October 20th, 2016 from 2:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m., ET on “Survival Skills for Managers.” While managing in local government has many rewards, it also has many challenges. Learn key insights and skills to survive and thrive. Advance registration required for this no-charge webinar.…

Interns for Local Government

Here is your chance to give back!  The LGIP is beginning its fourth year. Last year we placed 13 interns in local governments from the Keys to North Florida and from Volusia to Pinellas. The premier leadership fraternity at the University of Florida, Florida Blue Key and the Bob Graham Center for Public Service are…

Congratulations Lee Feldman

FCCMA congratulates Lee Feldman for becoming ICMA President at the 2016 Conference in Kansas City. He is the second FCCMA member to serve as President of ICMA. He is also a past president of FCCMA. Lee is the city manager of Fort Lauderdale and has also served as city manager in the cities of Palm Bay…