Upcoming Events

 


Post Legislative Session Update

 

2017 Post-Session Update:Passed, Failed, Returning

The 2017 Legislative Session is concluded on Monday, May 8. The League’s lobbying team held a webcast on May 18 discussing what happened, what didn’t and what is expected to return next year. Missed it? No problem. Check it out in our On Demand Learning Library


 

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Institute for Civic Leadership

The FLC University and the Legislative Affairs team are offering two workshops and networking opportunities designed to enhance campaign skills and knowledge at the local and state levels. Created for city government officials who are, or are considering, running for a state office or seeking re-election locally, the Institute for Civic Leadership will provide key political an campaign strategies. This opportunity is exclusive for FLC members only. Attend one workshop for $50 or both for $80.

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Policy Committees

 

Legislative Policy Committees

Due to the 2018 legislative session beginning in January instead of March 2018, policy committees will be meeting this summer instead of this fall. All volunteers should make note of the dates and locations of the policy meetings. Information about the room blocks will be distributed soon.
• Thursday, June 15 and Friday, June 16, 2017 at the Hyatt Regency Orlando (mtg. on Thursday will be at 4:30 pm and will be a Post Session review; regular policy mtgs. will be held on Friday)
• Friday, July 14, 2017 at the Hilton Orlando
• Thursday, August 17, 2017 at the Orlando World Center Marriott (during FLC Annual Conference)
• Legislative Conference will be held December 6-8, 2017 in Orlando.

 



Legislative Action Days - March 21-22, 2017 - THANK YOU!

Each year during legislation session, municipal officials from across the state join together in Tallahassee to discuss the latest issues and developments affecting municipalities. This year we had more than 180 local officials arrive in Tallahassee and meet with more than 60 legislators. Thank you to all who made the trip and continue to stay engaged in the fight to protect Home Rule.