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Gov. Nixon Should Veto Unfair Cell Phone Tower Bill
A recent editorial in the Kansas City Star points out why HB 331 should be vetoed by Gov. Nixon. The article states "as much as Missouri needs to encourage a robust technology infrastructure, the placement of towers shouldn't run roughshod over the wishes of communities or property owners..." Read the KC Star article.
NEW! CERTIFIED MUNICIPAL OFFICIAL PROGRAM
recognize the commitment elected officials make to the continual process of
learning new skills and abilities in the local government field, MML has
created the MML Governance Institute. Participants who complete the program are
designated as "Certified Municipal Officials" by the Missouri
Learn more today about MML's Municipal Governance Institute!
2013 MML Innovation Awards
Do you have a success story to share? The Innovation Awards program showcases municipal projects that demonstrate new approaches for solving municipal challenges. The Awards are intended to complement the League's goal of servicing as a clearinghouse for municipal information. The Awards recognize and celebrate successful programs, as well as spotlight municipal programs that might benefit other municipalities. Learn more about the 2013 Innovation Awards.
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Kansas City Water Services
The Middle Blue River Basin Green Solutions Pilot Project is a green infrastructure project in Kansas City. Part of the project involves a curb extension rain garden and porous sidewalk installation. The improvements are part of Kansas City's largest infrastructure project in city history and will help to reduce combined sewer overflows and eliminate overflows in the separate sewer system. Learn more at https://www.kcwaterservices.org or read the feature article in the May 2013 issue of the MML Review.
Do you have a picture to share? Submit your photos and a brief caption for consideration to post on the MML homepage to Laura Holloway at Lholloway@mocities.com.