Local Government halka açık
[search 0]
Daha fazla

Download the App!

show episodes
 
GovLove is a podcast about the people, policies and profession of local government. From Mayors and City Managers to interns and everyone in between, we interview the people making a difference in their communities to learn about the great work being done at the local level. GovLove is brought to you by Engaging Local Government Leaders (ELGL).
 
The Local Government Bulletin is a regular publication of the Dullah Omar Institute at the University of the Western Cape. The Bulletin publishes a variety of submissions from policy briefs, case summaries, summaries of legislation, commentaries and opinion pieces. They all relate to the law, policy and financial arrangements affecting local government. The emphasis is on local government in South Africa but articles on local government elsewhere on the African continent and on global issues ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Coming up today: a new CEO appointed at Buloke Shire; a controversial development proposal back in the spotlight in Wodonga; three Queensland councillors found guilty of misconduct; and countback results from two Victorian councils. Plus the field announced for the upcoming Yarra Ranges Shire Council byelection. The Local Government News Roundup is…
 
Recast your city. Illana Preuss, author and CEO of Recast City, joined the podcast to talk about her new book Recast Your City, about how small-scale manufacturing is a better way to create thriving communities and strong economic development. She shared what small-scale manufacturing is and how cities can embrace it as an economic development tool…
 
On the Local Government News Roundup today, an expansion of Bendigo Airport cleared for takeoff; the death of a high profile local government identity; international recognition for a local tourism icon; and a host of mayoral election announcements from across New South Wales. The Local Government News Roundup is brought to you by the Victorian Loc…
 
An invitation to engage. Two guests joined the podcast to talk about the Living in One Neighborhood (LION) program between Pennsylvania State University and State College, PA. Kevin Kassab, Community Engagement Manager, and Douglas Shontz, Assistant to the Manager, from the Borough of State College, PA highlighted key elements of the LION program a…
 
Coming up on the Local Government News Roundup for 12th January 2022: Greater Dandenong’s CEO responds to the outcome of a Victoria Police investigation; a staggering response to an arts grants program in the City of Melbourne; an incoming Councillor alleges financial mismanagement at a NSW council; and have some of the latest NSW mayoral election …
 
From harassment to a more civil discourse. Brooks Rainwater, Senior Executive and Director of Center for City Solutions at the National League of Cities, joined the podcast to talk about his recent report, On the Frontlines of Today's Cities: Trauma, Challenges, and Solutions. He explained the purpose of the report along with the root causes of har…
 
Welcome to a brand new season of the Local Government News Roundup, bringing you news and views from the local government sector in Victoria and around the country. In this bulletin: The rate cap set for Victoria for 2022/23; The sudden departure of a regional CEO; A big lift in gender balance at NSW Councils, and mayoral election season begins; Th…
 
Culture change and engaging employees. Brian Bosshardt, County Manager of Clear Creek County, Colorado, joined the podcast to talk about taking on his current role and the transition as a new manager. He discussed his leadership philosophy, facilitating conversations with County staff, and organizational development. He also shared his approach to …
 
Better places, together. Two guests joined the podcast to talk about the UniverCity Year partnership between the Village of Waunakee, WI, the Ho-Chunk Nation, and students from the University of Wisconsin. Todd Schmidt is the Village Manager of Waunakee and Bill Quackenbush is the Tribal Historic Preservation Officer for the Ho-Chunk Nation. They s…
 
Awarding the best of the best. The GovLove co-hosts teamed up to hand out awards and recap the sixth full year of a podcast about local government. Kirsten, Toney, Lauren, Dan, Ashley, and Ben all selected three of their favorite episodes to honor with the most prestigious award in local government podcasting, a GovieLovie. They also shared their f…
 
Community resilience and COVID-19 response. Three guests joined the podcast to talk about how the City of Geneva, New York and the Hobart and William Smith Colleges were affected by and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic Chris Annear is an Associate Professor and Craig Talmage is an Assistant Professor at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. Emma Falke…
 
Latest developments from the local government sector with Chris Eddy, including: A delay in the determination of councillor allowances in Victoria; a new CEO announced for Douglas Shire Council; a countback scheduled after a councillor resignation at Alpine Shire; and Regional Cities Victoria names its Chair and Deputy Chair. The Local government N…
 
From the Local Government News Roundup with Chris Eddy, it’s the second in a two part special with Lisa Bennetto, who recently called time on her role with MAV Technology after almost ten years helping the Victorian local government sector in its push towards greater digital maturity. We pick up the conversation talking about how COVID-19 sparked a…
 
Entrepreneurship opportunities for all. Angela Rollins, Coordinator of Financial Empowerment Initiatives for the City of Rochester, New York joined the podcast to talk about their women and minority owned business program. She discussed why Rochester is focusing on women and minority owned businesses along with what steps they are taking to grow th…
 
From the Local Government News Roundup, Chris Eddy has some of the latest developments from the sector around Australia - brought to you by the Victorian Local Governance Association. NSW has a new Local Government Minister; Noosa Council appoints its next CEO; the release of a discussion paper for Victoria's Local Government Culture Project; and w…
 
On a new Roundup Extra, it's part one of an in-depth conversation with Lisa Bennetto. For the better part of a decade, Lisa has been at the forefront of the drive towards greater digital maturity in the Victorian local government sector. She recently called time on her role with MAV Technology, and I sat down with her to talk about her experiences …
 
Coming together to fight COVID-19. Two guests from the Town of Amherst, MA joined the podcast to talk about their COVID-19 Ambassadors Program. Joseph Maspo, COVID-19 Ambassador Coordinator, and Bill Laramee, Neighborhood Liaison Officer, discussed the creation of the program and the role of the ambassadors. Joseph and Bill shared details about fun…
 
Breaking news from the Local Government News Roundup over summer, brought to you by the Victorian Local Governance Association. Today, Moira Shire countback result; Southern Grampians appoints a new CEO; research quantifies the cost of rate capping in Victoria; North Burnett announces interim CEO; Ipswich to remove a former mayor's name from city l…
 
On the Local Government News Roundup for 15th December 2021, Melton appoints its new CEO; Yarra’s municipal monitor announced; Moreland’s name change is proceeding; a variable rate cap announced for New South Wales; Queensland’s $2.1B waste package. And lots more local government news, brought to you by the Victorian Local Governance Association, a…
 
Ensuring effective commissioners. Michael Blue, Principal at Teska Associates, joined the podcast to talk about planning commissions. He discussed the purpose of Planning Commissions along with common issues they address. Michael shared what the American Planning Association is doing to assist cities with training their Planning Commissioners. Last…
 
On the Roundup today… Council name changes progressing in Victoria and Queensland; a new CEO appointed to the Latrobe Valley Authority; a Council decides to publish details of its CEO’s salary package; a Tasmanian council loses 3 councillors in two weeks, including its mayor; and more NSW council election results becoming clear. Just some of what’s…
 
Derechos and #GrinnTogether. Russell Behrens, City Manager of the City of Grinnell, IA, and Monica Chavez-Silva, Vice President of Community Engagement and Strategic Planning at Grinnell College, joined the podcast to talk about their community's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. They talked about the early coordination and communication involved …
 
Learn, connect, and lead. Sarah Poulton, Downtown Special Projects Manager for the Town of Chapel Hill, NC, joined the podcast to talk about the Town's People's Academy, which is for anyone who lives, works, plays, prays, or studies in Chapel Hill. She shared how they worked to make it accessible, how their academy is formatted, and how they engage…
 
In this episode of the Roundup: Councillors in the news with resignations, candidacy announcements and conduct complaints; A council dismissed; CEO appointment news in three states; and a new President for Local Government NSW. Just some of what’s ahead on the Roundup, which is brought to you by the Victorian Local Governance Association, an indepe…
 
In this episode of the Local Government News Roundup: Brimbank Council announces its new CEO; Victorians Council peak body concerned about a lack of consultation on planning reforms; Some early results coming through from this weekend’s local government elections in NSW; And a parliamentary committee calls for a commission of inquiry into Queenslan…
 
Proactively responding to off campus issues. Three guests joined the podcast to talk about how the City of Manchester, University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University, and Greater Manchester Police partnered to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Poppy Humphrey is the Off Campus Student Affairs Officer at the University of Manchester. Co…
 
Open innovation for all. Three guests joined the podcast to talk about The Opportunity Project, or TOP, which is a framework for agencies to facilitate collaboration between technologists and community advocates. Haley Ashcom is a Communications Strategist for the US Census Open Innovation Labs. Katya Abazajian is a Fellow at Beeck Center for Socia…
 
On the Roundup today… a municipal monitor to be appointed to Yarra City Council; the Supreme Court hands down its judgment in a matter concerning a Yarra Councillor; CEO resignation and appointment news; and the winners announced in the National Federation Awards recognising excellence in local government. Just some of what’s ahead on the Roundup, …
 
On the Roundup today… a name change on the cards for a Melbourne council; a requirement for equal prize money for professional sporting events in Bass Coast Shire; the final results from Victorian mayoral elections; the Queensland council losing its mayor and CEO in the same month; and the long serving mayor facing assault charges. Just some of wha…
 
In this edition of the Local Government News Roundup… Yarra names an Acting CEO; two Victorian councils come out winners in the Premier’s Sustainability Awards; results from the latest mayoral elections in Victoria; Gold Coast City Council announces who will be its next CEO; and a new local government minister in South Australia. Plus lots more new…
 
Holistic wellness. Cameron Marlin, the General Manager of the Clear Creek Metropolitan Recreation District, joined the podcast to talk about how they offered new recreation programming to meet the community's mental health needs during the COVID-19 pandemic. She shared how they identified instructors, partnered with Clear Creek County to use CARES …
 
On the Roundup today… A CEO resigns in Victoria, another is appointed in Qld, while a council sends another onto extended leave; a by election set for to fill a Yarra Ranges vacancy; Bendigo introduces a 24 hour cat curfew; and all the latest mayoral election results from Victoria. Just some of what’s ahead on the Roundup, which is brought to you b…
 
The Local Government Bulletin is a regular publication of the Dullah Omar Institute at the University of the Western Cape. The Bulletin publishes a variety of submissions from policy briefs, case summaries, summaries of legislation, commentaries and opinion pieces. They all relate to the law, policy and financial arrangements affecting local govern…
 
The Local Government Bulletin is a regular publication of the Dullah Omar Institute at the University of the Western Cape. The Bulletin publishes a variety of submissions from policy briefs, case summaries, summaries of legislation, commentaries and opinion pieces. They all relate to the law, policy and financial arrangements affecting local govern…
 
The Local Government Bulletin is a regular publication of the Dullah Omar Institute at the University of the Western Cape. The Bulletin publishes a variety of submissions from policy briefs, case summaries, summaries of legislation, commentaries and opinion pieces. They all relate to the law, policy and financial arrangements affecting local govern…
 
The Local Government Bulletin is a regular publication of the Dullah Omar Institute at the University of the Western Cape. The Bulletin publishes a variety of submissions from policy briefs, case summaries, summaries of legislation, commentaries and opinion pieces. They all relate to the law, policy and financial arrangements affecting local govern…
 
The Local Government Bulletin is a regular publication of the Dullah Omar Institute at the University of the Western Cape. The Bulletin publishes a variety of submissions from policy briefs, case summaries, summaries of legislation, commentaries and opinion pieces. They all relate to the law, policy and financial arrangements affecting local govern…
 
The Local Government Bulletin is a regular publication of the Dullah Omar Institute at the University of the Western Cape. The Bulletin publishes a variety of submissions from policy briefs, case summaries, summaries of legislation, commentaries and opinion pieces. They all relate to the law, policy and financial arrangements affecting local govern…
 
The Local Government Bulletin is a regular publication of the Dullah Omar Institute at the University of the Western Cape. The Bulletin publishes a variety of submissions from policy briefs, case summaries, summaries of legislation, commentaries and opinion pieces. They all relate to the law, policy and financial arrangements affecting local govern…
 
Building a foundation. Two guests joined the podcast to talk about strategies for affordable housing. Jerrah Crowder is a Manager for the Office of Affordability and Sustainable Housing for the City of Newark, New Jersey, and Namon Freeman is a Manager for Housing Affordability at Bloomberg Associates. They discussed housing goals in Newark, the ef…
 
The Local Government Bulletin is a regular publication of the Dullah Omar Institute at the University of the Western Cape. The Bulletin publishes a variety of submissions from policy briefs, case summaries, summaries of legislation, commentaries and opinion pieces. They all relate to the law, policy and financial arrangements affecting local govern…
 
The Local Government Bulletin is a regular publication of the Dullah Omar Institute at the University of the Western Cape. The Bulletin publishes a variety of submissions from policy briefs, case summaries, summaries of legislation, commentaries and opinion pieces. They all relate to the law, policy and financial arrangements affecting local govern…
 
The Local Government Bulletin is a regular publication of the Dullah Omar Institute at the University of the Western Cape. The Bulletin publishes a variety of submissions from policy briefs, case summaries, summaries of legislation, commentaries and opinion pieces. They all relate to the law, policy and financial arrangements affecting local govern…
 
The Local Government Bulletin is a regular publication of the Dullah Omar Institute at the University of the Western Cape. The Bulletin publishes a variety of submissions from policy briefs, case summaries, summaries of legislation, commentaries and opinion pieces. They all relate to the law, policy and financial arrangements affecting local govern…
 
The Local Government Bulletin is a regular publication of the Dullah Omar Institute at the University of the Western Cape. The Bulletin publishes a variety of submissions from policy briefs, case summaries, summaries of legislation, commentaries and opinion pieces. They all relate to the law, policy and financial arrangements affecting local govern…
 
Mandate to be great. Dr. Rob Graham, the Founder & CEO of Techno-Resiliency.com, joined the podcast to talk about his book, Mandate to be Great: The 5 Traits of Techno-Resilient People and Organizations. He shared the definition of Techno-Resiliency and how it relates to organizations. He discussed pockets of resiliency and how to find them. Lastly…
 
On the Roundup today… a countback scheduled for Moira Shire; a council director named on the Victorian Honour Roll of Women; the latest mayoral election results from Victoria; NSW councils recognised for environmental achievements; and an ambitious waste management plan launched for South East Queensland. Just some of what’s ahead on the Roundup, w…
 
The Local Government Bulletin is a regular publication of the Dullah Omar Institute at the University of the Western Cape. The Bulletin publishes a variety of submissions from policy briefs, case summaries, summaries of legislation, commentaries and opinion pieces. They all relate to the law, policy and financial arrangements affecting local govern…
 
On the Roundup today… a controversial proposed ban on dogs and toy vehicles in Port Fairy will not proceed; a new affordable housing program bears fruit for Bayside Council; results from 12 more mayoral elections in Victoria; CEO movements in Queensland; an historic land transfer in NSW; and keep listening for a special offer for Roundup listeners …
 
Housing for all. Jake Seid, a Senior Planner with the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning, joined the podcast to talk about zoning reform. He shares why zoning reform is needed and why there is an increased interest in the topic. Jake discussed the limitations of traditional single-family zoning and exclusionary zoning. Lastly, he shared four …
 
Loading …

Hızlı referans rehberi

Google login Twitter login Classic login