President-Elect Blackburn is putting together his committees for next year. This year, signups for committees will be different. The chairs and tasks for each committee will be posted on the website and you will go to the page of the committee on which you would like to serve and click on Join a FCCMA Committee.…Details
This article was originally published in the May 2011 Manager newsletter to recognize Dick Simmons’ 60 years of service to FCCMA. By Ann Toney-Deal Setting the Stage In 1823, Florida’s territorial Governor, Andrew Jackson, assigned two men to ride their horses, one from Pensacola and the other from St. Augustine, and where they met would…Details
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. Lori S. Bonino, District IV, Assistant Town Manager, Town of Jupiter, Full Member; Zeriah K. Folston, District VII, Budget Analyst, Alachua County, Affiliate Member; Michelle Tipton,…Details
Richard “Dick” Simmons, past president and range rider emeritus, died on Tuesday, March 19, 2013. Many members will recall Dick’s cowboy hat, which he always wore to conferences and meetings as a Range Rider. Dick joined FCCMA in 1951 and was an active member until the day he died. Dick started his public service career…Details
This last session will provide an Economic Review of Florida and its Southeast Region, including trends (employment, population, economic recovery and the housing markets); review of the various industries impacting our economy; and impact of the growth of the Latin American/Caribbean markets. We will discuss innovative methods to leverage capital – both debt and equity…Details
Most of Florida’s cities and counties have been through six to seven years of cuts, furloughs, lay-offs and more. The mood toward local government from the state has not been positive. Government is not beloved across the country; in fact, opinions of government in general are at an all-time low. Now you tell me I’m…Details
Are you ready for a night of fun and excitement? Get your competitive juices flowing and support your district in our FCCMA District Games. The eight districts will compete in events of skill, smarts, and song. This year’s festivities will include “Are you Smarter than a 5th Grader,” Karaoke, Corn Hole, Putt-Putt, “Majority Rules”, and…Details
As the daughter of migrant workers with eleven siblings and limited support, Sally Sherman, Flagler County’s deputy administrator, learned early from life’s trials. Working through her struggles provided her with the power she needed to grow her faith to a new level. She learned to trust God patiently and to leave her trials behind as she pressed forward towards…Details
The onsite training session that was to be held on Friday in Pinellas Park has been cancelled due to lack of registrations.
FCCMA would like to thank Norton Bonaparte for his willingness to share his story at two previous trainings.
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 member, he/she will be invoiced for dues. Bolton Parners, Inc., District IV, Contact: Jeffrey DeLisle, Senior Consultant, Corporate Member.
This year, FCCMA has teamed up with Orlando Convention Aid to help you make the most of your time in Orlando. Available discounts include restaurants, golf, attractions, nightlife, shopping and much more. Each listing offers detailed information and discount coupons that can be printed. They can also make your dinner reservation, book your group dinner…Details
The Florida Benchmarking Consortium’s Annual Spring Conference will be held April 25-26, 2013 at the City of Winter Park Community Center. The theme for this year’s conference is “Engaging Internal and External Customers Through Metrics.” This conference will take a look at creating buy-in for internal customers and soliciting advocates for your programs and services…Details