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On Local Government
2021 Indiana Legislative Session Update

Larry DeBoer, Purdue University, Agricultural Economics
Tamara M. Ogle, Purdue Extension Community Development

Since last March we’ve been thinking about how the corona-recession will impact Indiana’s state and local budgets. It feels like it has been a rollercoaster from restricting spending and drawing down balances to deferred tax payments and CARES act money. But here we are 10 months later still with questions but a lot more information. In this On Local Government, we will discuss the December State revenue forecast, the State budget, proposed legislation, and the effect of all these on local governments.

When:
February 10, 2021, 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. ET

Where:
This program will be streamed live or you can register for the recording only. Register to receive the link. The live stream is limited to the first 280 to register.

Who:
All individuals involved in county and local government budgeting (county councils and commissioners, mayors and city councils, town boards, school boards, library boards, townships, etc.)

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For questions or if you need an accommodation to participate in this program, prior to the event, please email Tamara Ogle at togle@purdue.edu.


A Trustee’s Guide to Township Success

Noted Key to Success: BUILD RELATIONSHIPS!  Whether those relationships are with: other local office holders, county-wide agencies, local service providers, township board members, legislators, other community leaders or all of the above – BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS in their communities seems to be the common theme that trustees point to when asked “how” they are achieving success.

 

Read the ITA’s newly produced guide to learn more! (Click Here)