Networking Event at Indian River State College

On Thursday, November 14th, a networking event was held at Indian River State College. Over 100 students attended to get to meet many area-wide public professionals. Fifteen FCCMA members attended to assist and participate in roundtable discussions on topics including: A Day in the Life of a City/County Manager, The Future of Local Governance in…

November 2019 Legislative Update

By Mark Ryan, City Manager, City of Indian Harbour Beach As Chairperson of the FCCMA Legislative Committee I am submitting the fourth 2020 Florida Legislative Session update. The 2020 Legislative Season is now in full swing with the commencement of Interim Committee Meetings this week. As of today, November 7, 2019  1137 bills have been…

November 2019 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.Maxine Cazeau, District IV, Bachelor in Accounting, Indian River State College, Student Member; Bryan Cobb, District III, City Manager, City of Oviedo, Full Member; Shane…

2020 Transforming Local Government Conference

SAVE THE DATE! May 5-8, 2020 Phoenix, AZ Innovation Action TLG is the premier live experience connecting and supporting leading local government innovators. Four days of fiery positive energy designed specifically for you and your team. Transforming innovation into action. Registration opening soon at www.transformgov.org/TLG

November 2019 President’s Message

It was great to see so many of our FCCMA members at the ICMA Conference and at the Florida dinner held in Nashville. I hope that everyone found the conference to be educational and interesting. It won’t be long before FCCMA is playing host to ICMA in Tampa, which will provide us with the opportunity…