New York State City/County Management Association
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The New York State City/County Management Association is an association in the U.S. state of New York of appointed chief executive officers and administrators, other appointed municipal officials and educators which seeks to promote the improvement of local government and the quality of urban life.
The organization promotes communications among its members, distribution of information and ideas as well as meetings and conferences. These methods promote effective management techniques, efficient delivery of quality services and ways to serve communities best through the council-manager form of local [government].
The Association’s headquarters utilizes a web page to inform members of highlights of developments within the profession, articles of specific interest to [municipal] management and key personnel changes in the state and throughout the nation.
The Association also runs an annual spring conference, four days long, with lectures, panel discussions and workshops on local government concerns and issues. The organization’s annual business meeting is conducted during the conference.
Its name prior to 1998 was the Municipal Management Association of New York State Prior to 1976, it was the City Managers Association of New York State.
- "Porr elected president of state association". Mid-Hudson News Network. October 24, 2008. Retrieved April 23, 2010.
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