Managing Your City Or Town: Or, a Reference Guide for the New Public Official

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University Press of America, 1994 - Education - 282 pages
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Managing Your City or Town will help readers understand practical skills and knowledge needed in the daily operation of a municipal government. This text provides a tool for educators with which they could better prepare their students for the problems that will face them as governmental administrators. Contents: Small City Government: An Overview; Your Most Important Jobs; Personnel; Elected Officials; Training; Budget; Privatization; Purchasing; Public Relations; General Government Department; Police Department; Fire Department; Public Safety Department; Communications/Dispatch Section; Drainage; Street Department; Water Department; Sewer Department; Sanitation Department; Public Works Department; Building Department and Code Enforcement; Planning Department; Development Department; Parks and Recreation Department; Maintenance Department; Vehicles, Radios and Organization; General Comments; Appendices; Figures; Glossary; Index.

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Chapter Subject Page I Small City Government An Overview
Your Most Important Jobs

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About the author (1994)

Kenton G. Griffin is City Manager for Livingston, Montana.

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