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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 ...
 
Local and state governments, though often overshadowed by federal government, have tremendous impact on our quality of life. This podcast provides a valuable service by educating people on how to improve their own quality of life through civic engagement. Various organizations encourage residents to register and vote, but it does not appear that anyone is showing voters how to make good decisions when they do. It feels akin to hiring someone for a job without reviewing the job description. L ...
 
The Texas City Management Association (TCMA) presents Perspectives on City Management, a podcast about the people who work hard every day to keep Texas cities running smoothly. In each episode we sit down with city managers and other municipal public servants to discuss the business of local government, and the professionals who make it work. Show topics include Diversity, Equity and Inclusion; City Management; Economic Development; Quality of Life; Next Generation of Leaders; and TCMA initi ...
 
The Forum is WSMI's weekly public affairs program and features topics that listeners and area leaders have told us are important. Issues like education, clean drinking water, sewage treatment, road and bridges, health, local and state government, jobs and job services, zoning, and various counceling and support programs are covered each week on The Forum with alternating hosts Rick Davis and Tobin Ott.
 
The political game in Georgia is more dynamic than ever. From local elected officials to state and federal government, we're facing complicated issues. On "Political Rewind" we take the time to break down these issues, speaking directly to the decision makers. We not only get you caught up on the week that was in state politics, but we look ahead so that you will stay informed.
 
Morning Edition & The Local News Hour with Leslie Thatcher NPR's national show Morning Edition is interspersed with Park City's only daily local news source, live every weekday morning from 6 to 8 AM. Whether recapping the previous night's School Board meeting, informing listeners on a recent development on a government project or a featured story on a piece of local color, veteran news anchor Leslie Thatcher delivers the news that makes Park City a community. The Local News Hour follows Mor ...
 
“This is Capitalism: CEO Stories”, the intersection of the free market and entrepreneurial success stories. Here we speak with leading CEOs, academics, philanthropists and up and comers on their contributions and perspectives on the American economy. This podcast is a part of “This is Capitalism”, a branded content series sponsored by Stephens Inc., aims to educate and inform the public about the free market. Stephens Inc. is a full service investment banking firm headquartered in Little Roc ...
 
Welcome to Linked Local Network’s Broadcst Network. LLN’s is all about that are Educational, Entertaining, Empowering, Inspiring and Entertaining to those who are working on achieving work-life balanc Our hosts talk discuss topics on work-life balance #Business, #Franchising, #Health, #SocialMedia, #SelfDevelopment, #Leadership, #Parenting, #Recovery, #marketing, #Life, #Green, Spiritual, #Wellness, #Community, #Government, #Christianity, #Faith We are all working to achieve work-life balanc ...
 
Leading teams is tough. Leading hybrid or remote teams? Even tougher. New workplace dynamics can create employee tension and communication issues that can overwhelm the best leaders. Engaging remote employees and leading virtual teams is a skill that all leaders must develop as the future of work is here. Companies are made up of people - like you and me - who are ideally working together toward a common goal. But we’re complicated human beings and when put together in a corporate/business e ...
 
Radio Eye is a reading service for people who are blind or have other disabilities that make it difficult to read printed material. Eastern Kentucky Grocery Show is a weekly half-hour program broadcast on Wednesdays, including readings local grocery store ads such as IGA, Food City, Dollar General, and Kroger. This is produced by Radio Eye under the Chafee Amendment to the Copyright Act which states that authorized entities that are governmental or nonprofit organizations whose primary missi ...
 
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In episode 13, local government reaction to the announcement of a container deposit scheme for Victoria; another council expresses disappointment with the state government over a potential West Gate Tunnel spoil disposal site; the latest councils to declare a climate emergency; Fraud charges against former councillors dropped; and a possible delay …
 
The impacts of the Federal funding. Ryan Gallant, CEO & Founder of SLATE Research & Consulting, joined the podcast to dive deep on the American Rescue Plan Act and answer questions about how it will impact local government. He discussed what the funding could be used for and how it differs from the CARES Act funding. He also makes the case for usin…
 
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…
 
When you pray, do you spend more time talking or listening? Is it hard to be still enough to listen? Are there practices that can help? Hosts Kurt Pflegl and Kim Ward answer these questions by sharing their practices as well as stories about listening prayer on this episode of Life Hurts God Heals.LinkedLocalNetwork による
 
On today's Local News Hour : ( 00:03) Mountain Trails Foundation weekly report. ( 02:12) Friday Film Review. ( 05:09) Author and Filmmaker Kevin Hines talks about his "Hope Heals" zoom presentation April 21st for suicide prevention month. ( 20:35) Executive Director of Park City Institute Ari Ioannides has details about tomorrow's sidewalk sale of …
 
Friday on Political Rewind: When Nathan Deal became Georgia governor in 2011, some of his top priorities were economic development and enhancing the state’s business climate. He began commissioning reports and enacting policies aimed at building the kind of economy and culture that would attract businesses, big or small, to Georgia.In the years sin…
 
​Topic: Reopening Business Unmasked: Pitfalls & Opportunities of the post-pandemic era.​ Broadcast Date: April 15th , 2021 Broadcast Time : 5:00p EST / 4:00p CST / 3:00p MST /2:00p PST ​Join host Ray Pillar, Owner of Molly Maid Aurora-Naperville and co-host Kristin Selmeczy, Chief Business Warrior of Pillars of Franchising as they discuss how to be…
 
On today's Local News Hour : ( 00:29) Park City Local musician Wyatt Pike and an update on his having to drop out of "American Idol". ( 01:49) Carolyn Murray's story about the Kati Fischer Teacher of the Year awards in Wasatch County. ( 05:40) Summit County Council Member Glen Wright recaps Wednesday's meeting. ( 15:39) Park City Council Agenda upd…
 
Thursday on Political Rewind: Fallout from Georgia's controversial election law SB 202 hits Georgia's important film industry. Actor Will Smith and director Antoine Fuqua announced they pulled production of their upcoming film “Emancipation” from the state over the law passed by the Republican-controlled General Assembly.Also, candidates are announ…
 
Getting comfortable with understanding and developing program/project budgets is essential for winning grants. Most grant professionals do not have a finance or accounting background, but budget building skills are necessary for every grant proposal. Consider this episode grant budgets for English majors. It is a deep dive you don't want to miss.…
 
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Last summer, police violence in communities across the country acted as rallying points for discussions over the role of law enforcement in our society. The killing of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Atlanta’s Rayshard Brooks at the hands of police served as stark examples of a concerning trend of violence.Now, the kill…
 
On today's Local News Hour : (02:52) - KPCW's Jessica Lowell has Tuesday's State COVID-19 Update (04:30) - KPCW's Carolyn Murray reports on Summit Land Conservancy announcement that it is partnering with the Ogden Valley Land Trust to protect a 1,080-acre property near Huntsville that was once home to a Catholic monastery. (07:25) - KPCW's Jessica …
 
In this episode: A Victorian Council to take on the state government decision in the Supreme Court; New figures confirm the fastest growing municipalities in the country; A new councillor for Mornington Peninsula, and a new South Australian CEO announced; I speak with the Mayor Monash City Council about that Council’s social housing priorities; Plu…
 
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Georgia voters gave Democrats a majority in the U.S. Senate when they elected Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff in January. But the Senate remains a stumbling block for efforts by President Joe Biden to pass the bills in his ambitious agenda.Many frustrated Democrats are raising once again the long-standing question o…
 
On today's Local News Hour : ( 00:01) Wyatt Pike "Drops Out" of American Idol ( 01:27) Rick Brough's story on Summit County Sheriff Justin Martinez's response to the ending of the Utah State mask mandate April 10th. (04:46) Jessica Lowell's update on the latest Covid 19 numbers and new health order not extending the mask mandate. ( 06:37) Summit Co…
 
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Georgia voters gave Democrats a majority in the U.S. Senate when they elected Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff in January. But the Senate remains a stumbling block for efforts by President Joe Biden to pass the bills in his ambitious agenda.Many frustrated Democrats are raising once again the long-standing question o…
 
Power to the people. Two guests join the podcast to talk about their new book, Power to the Public: The Promise of Public Interest Technology. Tara Dawson McGuinness, Fellow at New America and Founder of the New Practice Lab, and Hana Schank, Director of Strategy for Public Interest Technology at New America, explain the process of writing their bo…
 
On today's Local News Hour : ( 00:01) Jessica Lowell's update on Coalville's plan to deal with drought conditions in North Summit County. ( 02:52) Midway Mayor Celeste Johnson recaps some of the highlights from Tuesday's meeting. ( 18:05) PCSD Board of Education Member Andrew Caplan talks about creative options and ideas they are considering for fi…
 
Monday on Political Rewind: Gov. Brian Kemp faces more criticism from former President Donald Trump. Trump blasted Georgia's governor again over the weekend. During a GOP donor event in Florida, Trump again accused Kemp of failing to root out unsubstantiated claims of election fraud.The criticism comes as Kemp manages fallout from Georgia's controv…
 
In this episode: Victorian councils taking a stand on responsible dog ownership and tree vandalism; A joint campaign to tackle ageism; The search for dark matter takes a big step forward in rural Victoria; Finalists announced for the MAV Technology Awards; Plus lots more from around the world of local government across Australia and internationally…
 
Jesus calls His followers to make disciples. But have you ever wondered what discipleship is, really? The answer may surprise you, especially if you struggle with identity issues and shame in your relationship with God. Author Stephen Bell shares his journey of discovery around these questions on this episode of Life Hurts God Heals - 5:00 pm (PDT)…
 
On today's Local News Hour : ( 00:02) Utah Avalanche Forecast Center report. ( 02:29) Mountain Trails Foundation's weekly update. ( 04:23) Carolyn Murray's recap of Heber City Councils decision to authorized themselves to reapporpriate tax money as the redevelpoment agency. ( 07:12) High Valley Transit District update with Board Member Roger Armstr…
 
Leadership lessons. Tanisha Briley, the City Manager of the City of Gaithersburg, Maryland, joined the podcast to talk about her first 100 days on the job. She shared how she prioritized her time and focus as well as how she approached change management in a high performing organization. Tanisha talked about what it was like to take over a leadersh…
 
Friday on Political Rewind: The COVID-19 pandemic enters a new stage as vaccinations become increasingly available. But even as more people become fully vaccinated, stubborn obstacles remain. How should we reach out to communities hesistant or unable to receive the vaccines? And how quickly should our institutions, places of work and schools reopen…
 
​Topic: I can’t get anything done because customers keep bothering me. Customer service issues and opportunities Broadcast Date: April 8th , 2021 Broadcast Time : 5:00p EST / 4:00p CST / 3:00p MST /2:00p PST ​Join host Ray Pillar, Owner of Molly Maid Aurora-Naperville and co-host Kristin Selmeczy, Chief Business Warrior of Pillars of Franchising as…
 
On today's Local News Hour : ( 00:02) Utah Avalanche Forecast Center report. ( 01:26) Summit County Council Member recaps Wednesday's meeting. ( 16:29) Carolyn Murray reports on the child tax credit provided by the American Rescue Act funds. ( 18:53) Ballet Next Founder and Artisitic Director Michele Wiles talks about moving her company to Park Cit…
 
Thursday on Political Rewind: systemic racism and the toll it takes across society. Racism targets people of color, but ultimately harms us all; that is the premise of author Heather McGhee's new book "The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together."For centuries, McGhee writes, white people have seen equality as a zero-s…
 
In this episode, we chat with members of the TCMA Advocacy Committee to discuss their efforts to advocate for the association and the city management profession. GUESTS: Ed Broussard, City Manager, City of Tyler, Texas Hugh Walker, Deputy City Manager, City of Bryan, Texas Joe Pace, City Manager, City of Lorena, Texas…
 
Discover Rising Tides: How the Outside Makes the Inside Better Through conversations with female business owners, we explore the benefits of time spent outside to maintain life balance. The time outside and activity may differ in each conversation, but we delve into the subject to find the commonality that drives us all. As a business owner, I find…
 
The Director of the East Central Georgia Health District discusses the role of public health in combatting infectious disease, how far the Augusta area has come in decreasing COVID infection rates, and the best place to go to sign up for a vaccine.Local Matters by Janice Allen Jackson による
 
On today's Local News Hour : (01:57) - Utah Avalanche Forecast Center report. (04:53) - Park City Fire Chief Paul Hewitt responds to concerns that the Park City Fire District will be taking over the North Summit Fire District. (40:27) - Monika Guendner, Community Engagement & Marketing Manager, and Education Director Meagan Nielsen Habitat for Huma…
 
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Following its decision to pull the All-Star Game from Atlanta, MLB announced yesterday it will hold the event at Coors Field in Denver, Colo. The move has led analysts to note the differences between Georgia's new election law, which creates hurdles for voting by mail, and Colorado’s laws, which sends absentee ballot …
 
In this episode: A preferred route chosen to link Seymour to the Great Victorian Rail Trail; Sydney’s Inner West Council appoints a new General Manager; The mayor of Subiaco to remain popularly elected; And I’m joined by the Chair of Melbourne’s Metropolitan Transport Forum to hear about that group’s advocacy aims ahead of the Victorian State Budge…
 
Permitting and inspections. John (JC) Hudgison, the Chief Building Official and Construction Services Center Manager for the City of Tampa, Florida, joined the podcast to talk about development services. He discussed the work of a Chief Building Official in enforcing the building code and working to provide good customer service. He also shared wha…
 
On today's Local News Hour : ( 00:02) Utah Avalanche Forecast Center report. ( 02:56 ) Summit County Manager Tom Fisher discusses the agenda for Wednesday's county council meeting. ( 20:38) Utah's mask mandate due to expire April 10th discussed at last nights Summit Council meeting as Rick Brough reports. ( 25:54 ) Utah Division of Wildlife Resourc…
 
Tuesday on Political Rewind: The partisan fight to define Georgia’s new election law continues. SB 202 shapes how ballots are cast, votes are processed and who oversees the state’s elections. Republicans insist the law establishes a consistent electoral framework across the state and raise voter confidence in elections. Dissenters call the bill an …
 
😞 So many people are feeling isolated due to pandemic. 1:02😟 We are Zoomed out and missing out on real connections. 2:56💡 How to recreate office closeness virtually? 05:11💻 1. Audio-visual connections and finding flexibility. 09:11🖥️ 2. Using a dedicated channel to connect only to a personal level. 11:32🎯 Even if you are not a social leader, partic…
 
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