Posted Monday, January 28, 2008
Running a city, even a small one, is a lot like running a multi-million dollar corporation - it requires financial expertise, a head for the law, and the skill to manage people...and their egos. As it turns out, few newly elected officials are well-prepared for what awaits them--parliamentary procedure can be just as obtuse as that first budget vote. We'll take a look at what it takes to run municipal governments, and how to train future leaders.
Government/Politics, Community/Human Interest, Ethics/Religion
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