12 Missouri Local Government Officials Complete Missouri Governance Institute
Wednesday, January 6, 2016
12 Local Government Officials Completed Missouri Governance Institute
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – As 2015 comes to a close, 12 Missouri local officials have taken their service to a new level by completing the Missouri Municipal Governance Institute, thereby becoming Missouri Certified Municipal Officials.
Randy Carter, Street Commissioner, Kennett
Mark Chamberlain, Alderman, Charlack
Betty Cotner, Finance Officer, Town and Country
Brian Crane, City Administrator, Holts Summit
Jason Eisenbeis, City Administrator, Crystal City
Rick Hess, City Administrator, Battlefield
Tina Lomax, City Clerk, Warsaw
Zack McLeland, Code Enforcement Officer, Macon
Derek Moorhead, Councilmember, Raymore
Eddie Simons, Mayor, Warsaw
Jeffrey Stevens, Councilmember, Raymore
Alvin Sutton, Alderman, Desloge
More than 160 local government officials are enrolled in the program and working to complete the requirements. Participants must complete 12 hours of study in core areas and four hours of elective training. The program is open to both elected and appointed municipal officials and utilizes existing MML training opportunities as well as specialized workshops to assist local government officials with the crucial information they need to better serve their communities.
The Missouri Municipal League is an independent, statewide, not-for-profit association governed by a Board of Directors consisting of a president, vice president, active past presidents, 12 elected municipal officials and five appointed municipal officials; with at least one Board member from each Congressional District. The Board appoints an executive director to manage the affairs of the League.
The Missouri Municipal League provides a united voice for municipalities across Missouri. Founded in 1934, MML now serves more than 660 municipalities with training, resources and legislative advocacy for local government success. Learn more at www.mocities.com.