• National League of Cities Update
Clarence Anthony, NLC CEO and Executive Director
Sponsored by Charter Communications
• All The Queen’s Horses
Alan Hulse, MMIA and Tony Poppler, Department of Justice
• Antagonists in the Lobby –First Amendment Audits
John MacDonald and Jeff Sealey, Academy Partners, LLC
• AARP Livable Communities
Danielle Arigoni, Director of AARP’s Livable Communities Program
• Diversity And Inclusion
Leon T. Andrews, Jr., NLC Director Race, Equity, and Leadership (REAL)
After careful deliberation and at my recommendation, the Board of Directors has elected to change the 2020 Montana League of Cities and Towns Conference to a virtual event. We are working hard to find ways to make this conference educational, valuable, and fun for all participants including:
- • Taking care of business – The Conference will include the League committee meetings and League and MMIA board and annual meetings. The League will also reach out to groups such as city managers, clerks, public works directors, and more to coordinate meetings, which usually take place during the Annual Conference.
- • Get your money’s worth – This conference will include CLEs for city attorneys and credits for city clerks.
- • Engaging content – Hear from nationally recognized keynote speakers.
- • Networking – Opportunities to engage with your counterparts across the state as well as sponsors and virtual exhibitors.
While we know nothing beats seeing your long-time colleagues and friends in-person, the League is confident the 89th Annual Conference will provide value, education, and camaraderie in this year’s virtual event.
Tim Burton, Executive Director
The Montana League of Cities and Towns
The Montana League of Cities and Towns is committed to making our programs and services accessible. Please contact Sandy Lang via email [email protected] or telephone 406-495-7013 as soon as possible with any questions or specific accommodations requests.