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  • NYCOM Annual Meeting Concludes
    Lead By Example: The Local Government Way

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    NYCOM’s Annual Meeting program included sessions on the topics you care about, exceptional speakers from a variety of professions, and formal and informal networking opportunities – all in the beautiful city of Saratoga Springs.

    This meeting also featured the election of the 2018-19 NYCOM officers. Pictured Right (l to r): Mayor Kathy Sheehan, City of Albany (Treasurer); Mayor Richard David, City of Binghamton (Second Vice President); Mayor Robert Kennedy, Village of Freeport (First Vice President); and Mayor Gary McCarthy, City of Schenectady (President) sworn in by Saratoga Springs Mayor Meg Kelly. 

  • 31th Annual Local Government Achievement Award WINNERS


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    The following winners - cities and villages of varying sizes from various regions of the state - epitomize both achievement and innovation, and did so while addressing some of the most common municipal challenges.  

    FIRST PLACE
    City of Poughkeepsie - Transit Consolidation for Sustainability
    Village of Corinth - Corinth Infrastructure Improvement Program

    SECOND PLACE
    City of Kingston - City of Kingston/Kingston City School District: Partnering Together to Make a Difference
    Village of Clyde - Lauraville Landing Park

    CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE AWARD WINNING PROJECTS

  • EOA

    CONFERENCE OF MAYORS UNVEILS
    ELECTED OFFICIALS 
    ACADEMY


    The Elected Officials Academy (EOA) is NYCOM’s new two-tiered program that recognizes the educational and leadership accomplishments of elected city and village officials. Any NYCOM class that you take, conference that you attend, or committee that you serve on will earn you Elected Officials Academy credits.

    CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND ENROLL IN THIS NEW PROGRAM.

  • ANNOUNCING the 8th Gradelogo
    ESSAY CONTEST WINNERS

    NYCOM would like to congratulate the winners of our second annual essay contest addressing the topic, “If I Were Mayor, I Would . . .” from over 1,250 entries received.

    FIRST PLACE
    Ryan Dunn, Village of Babylon
    SECOND PLACE
    Sumanyu Janapareddy, City of Buffalo
    THIRD PLACE
    Ella Costantino, City of Saratoga Springs

    PRESS RELEASE

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    Spring Issue Deadline - May 1, 2018 

    NYCOM's Municipal Matters publication is a quarterly magazine ready by the local officials you want to reach who make the municipal purchasing decisions in the areas of equipment, supplies, products and services.

    Click HERE to view advertising details, discounts, media kit and your online CONTRACT.

EVENTS AND NEWS


NYCOM Fall Training School
Sep. 24-28, Crowne Plaza, Lake Placid
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3rd Annual Redevelopment Summit (CCLR)
June 13-14, Armory at Sage College of Albany
DETAILS

Certified Municipal Clerk Training
July 15-18, Rockefeller Institute of Government, Albany
DETAILS


FEATURED ARTICLES (Municipal Matters, Winter 2018)  
Tips and Tricks for Successful Legislative Advocacy  Are Municipal Health Insurance Cooperatives the Future for Public Sector Health Insurance Coverage?  Smart Street Lighting

COMMUNITIES IN THE NEWS

East Syracuse Earns the Clean Energy Community Designation

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NYSERDA recognized the Village of East Syracuse for its commitment to reduce energy consumption, cut costs and drive clean energy in its communities.

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