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GovLove - A Podcast About Local Government

Engaging Local Government Leaders (ELGL)

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GovLove is a podcast about the people, policies and profession of local government. From Mayors and City Managers to interns and everyone in between, we interview the people making a difference in their communities to learn about the great work being done at the local level. GovLove is brought to you by Engaging Local Government Leaders (ELGL).
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If you are a local government enthusiast, looking for fresh conversations over a hot cup of morning coffee (or tea or while you’re driving, or walking the dog ... you do you) ... you are in the right place. Welcome to the Local Gov Café Podcast. Hosted by Susan Gardner and Ann Mitchell, this podcast is devoted to having conversations that matter. We’ll be covering the full menu of municipal topics. You’ll discover guests who bring insight and inspiration to the issues that drive and challeng ...
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Local Government Bulletin

Dullah Omar Institute

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The Local Government Bulletin is a regular publication of the Dullah Omar Institute at the University of the Western Cape. The Bulletin publishes a variety of submissions from policy briefs, case summaries, summaries of legislation, commentaries and opinion pieces. They all relate to the law, policy and financial arrangements affecting local government. The emphasis is on local government in South Africa but articles on local government elsewhere on the African continent and on global issues ...
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A talk show about local government across the United States. Stephen Volan, Geoff McKim and Kelly Kuglitsch take questions regarding the governments closest to where you live. Whether we're explaining the complexity of your town's budget, or just directing you to the right department, we provide insights to help you navigate your city hall or county courthouse. Visit our website at whatsthe311.us.
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Ohio's Bios- Insights from Ohio Local Governments

Ashtabula County Auditor David Thomas

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Conversations with Ohio Local Government leaders and public servants hosted by Ashtabula County Auditor David Thomas. As you head to work, hear from those who work for you with stories of local government successes, opportunities, and the motivations behind public policy. Learn more about David Thomas at www.davidthomasforashtabulacounty.com. Questions, ideas, or want to learn more? Email thomas15david@gmail.com.
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Send us a Text Message. The latest from the Local Government News Roundup, including: The Victorian Government’s housing statement deemed irrelevant by VCAT A deputy mayor ordered to apologise for a second time by an arbiter The Victorian council reported to be reconsidering its MAV membership Kiama gets an updated performance improvement order fro…
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Can public officials block you on social media? Robert Hagemann, a Partner at Poyner Spurill LLP, joined the podcast to discuss Lindke v. Freed and its impact on free speech and the use social media in local government. He shared the First Amendment landscape prior to the Supreme Court ruling, what the outcome of the most recent ruling means for lo…
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Send us a Text Message. In this edition of Roundup Unfiltered, Chris Eddy is joined by two advocates for gender equality in the sector - both at the elected level and in senior roles at councils around the country. Ruth McGowan OAM literally wrote the book on getting elected to local, state and federal politics, and runs her own business training c…
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Send us a Text Message. Coming up today on the Local Government News Roundup: Work commences on Melbourne’s transformational Greenline Project A Melbourne council calls on the government to step up its maintenance and graffiti removal works A youth hub facility to be demolished due to structural defects The trial that may have us walking on coffee …
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Send us a Text Message. Coming up today on the Local Government News Roundup: The latest Melbourne council to call for more funding to maintain state-owned roads Strathbogie appoints an interim CEO Wodonga’s mayor gets a meeting with the Health Minister to discuss hospital concerns A city farewells a popular leader Voters off to the polls again at …
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Send us a Text Message. Today on the Local Government News Roundup: A mayor accuses Melbourne Airport of a conflict of interest A new CEO appointed at Glenelg Shire New candidates unveiled for council elections in Geelong Regional mayors welcome the suspension of the New England Weeds Authority A NSW Council criticised for excessive development app…
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Send us a Text Message. Ali Wastie took on the role of CEO at the City of Greater Geelong in August of 2023 after a period of turmoil at the council that saw the appointment of municipal monitors; questions about the process to recruit a new CEO raised by MPs in Parliament; and concerns raised publicly about the Council’s financial sustainability. …
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Two guests joined the podcast to discuss using applied science in public policymaking. Both guests work at The Lab at DC. Sam Quinney is the Director and Ryan Flynn is a Civic Design Researcher. They shared how The Lab at DC was formed, improving housing vouchers, and how other local governments can use applied science in policymaking. This episode…
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Send us a Text Message. On the Roundup for 17th May 2024: The Federal Budget fails to provide promised fair increases in funding to local government Councils on the frontline of the housing crisis Rumours of a Disneyland theme park for Werribee are short-lived The fate of a complaint to the Press Council about an offensive newspaper cartoon A contr…
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The Real Deal Caitlin Clark. The most famous planner in the nation joined the podcast to talk about her work and starring in a television commercial. Caitlin Clark, Planning Specialist for the City of Scottsdale, Arizona, shared her career path to working in local government and how she ended up in a commercial with the basketball star of the same …
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Send us a Text Message. Today on the Local Government News Roundup: A Gippsland councillor questioned by Police Melbourne City achieves its first surplus in five years Bayside Council concerned over Suburban Rail Loop planning changes Cumberland’s controversial book ban to be reconsidered IPART rules on NSW Council special rate variations A multimi…
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Send us a Text Message. Coming up today on the Local Government News Roundup: The City of Melbourne scraps a $1.5B project, and rejects a major redevelopment near Marvel Stadium Hume City Council to foot a half million dollar pool repair bill after an insurance claim is rejected A plan to remove offensive graffiti within one hour under consideratio…
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In anticipation of the 2024 Top Influencers in Local Government, two guests joined the podcast to discuss their work in local government after being awarded an ELGL Top Influencer in Local Government in 2022. Sarah Mondesire is the Community Well-Being Manager for the City of Commerce City, Colorado and Jessie Brown is a Social Media and Communicat…
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Send us a Text Message. Coming up today on the Local Government News Roundup: Councils provide their verdicts on the Victorian state budget CEOs permanent and interim appointed and re-appointed in Victoria and Queensland A deputy mayor announces plans for the future that don’t include running for council Cumberland same-sex parenting book ban promp…
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Send us a Text Message. In this edition of the Local Government News Roundup: Sector reaction to the Victorian state budget The latest Victorian council to come under monitor oversight A deputy mayor apologises for disrespectful comments A council’s library funding under threat after it bans books on same-sex parenting A NSW mayor to call time in S…
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Send us a Text Message. On episode #332 of the Local Government News Roundup: All eyes are on the Victorian budget this week with delays and cuts predicted for major infrastructure projects Disruptions expected from industrial action at Ballarat council Melbourne councils in the news over waste collection issues A Sydney community in shock after th…
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Robert Sturns, Economic Development Director for the City of Fort Worth, Texas, joined the podcast to discuss his role and how the City works to guide growth and development. He talked about the importance of strategically growing during rapid population rise and Fort Worth's downtown development. He discussed the value of small business and entrep…
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Send us a Text Message. On the Local Government News Roundup for Friday 3rd May: New governance and integrity standards for Victorian Councils unveiled A Melton councillor suspended and ordered to apologise over Facebook posts The Tasmanian Premier critical of a Victorian Council The results of a countback at Moonee Valley council A NSW councillor …
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Send us a Text Message. On episode #330 of the Local Government News Roundup: Municipal monitors return to Darebin City Council Governance and integrity reforms introduced to the Victorian Parliament A Victorian mayor steps down ICAC makes a corrupt conduct finding against former council and state government employees Townsville’s new mayor the sub…
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Send us a Text Message. Joining Chris Eddy on Roundup Unfiltered is Kelly Grigsby, the Chief Executive of Victoria’s main peak body for councils - the Municipal Association of Victoria. Kelly takes time out to tell us what appealed to her about the MAV role and her plans to take the organisation through this election year and beyond. Support the Sh…
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Send us a Text Message. In this edition of the Local Government News Roundup: Ballarat councillors vote down a contentious policy on formal positions Tensions arise between heritage preservation and housing needs Traditional owners upset at a council’s changed position on 26th January events The NSW Local Government Minister orders an investigation…
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Heather Worthington, Principal for Urban3, rejoined the podcast to discuss the Minneapolis 2040 Comprehensive Plan, which was passed when she was the City's Director of Long Range Planning. She talked about the ambitious objectives Minneapolis 2040 was trying to solve regarding climate change and racial inequity. She discussed how the implementatio…
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Send us a Text Message. Coming up on the Local Government News Roundup for Friday 26th April 2024: An interim CEO appointed in Victoria; a Council CEO stood down in Sydney; and another Queensland CEO departs after the recent elections A major sewage leak may lead to prosecution of Gold Coast City Council A WA council on notice from the government t…
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Send us a Text Message. Coming up today on the Local Government News Roundup: A sexist newspaper cartoon about a council CEO prompts a complaint to the Press Council The number of Melbourne parks with confirmed asbestos increases to 19 Concerns that vulnerable residents will be left behind in a multimillion dollar housing estate redevelopment A cal…
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Accountability, trust, and feedback are key cornerstones of effective leadership in any organization. Dr. Wilma Slenders delves into the critical role these elements play in her work with CEOs and senior executives, offering valuable lessons for leaders at all levels on building and maintaining relationships to drive the success of their organizati…
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Send us a Text Message. Coming up today on the Local Government News Roundup: An after-hours service provider to local councils hit by a cyber attack A controversial apartment tower gets the green light in Frankston A 24-hour cat curfew back on the agenda for Greater Geelong council Disendorsement concerns for as many as 20 Labor councillors in NSW…
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Achieving true resilience. Danielle Arigoni, Managing Director for Policy and Solutions at the National Housing Trust, joined to podcast to discuss her book Climate Resilience for an Aging Nation. She talked about the demographic trends that lead to an aging population and how vulnerabilities from aging intersect with risks from climate change. She…
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Send us a Text Message. Coming up today on the Local Government News Roundup: More sites impacted by the discovery of asbestos in Melbourne’s west Residents oppose a Banyule Council deal with Woolworths Maribyrnong Council refutes claims it is responsible for the cancellation of a new venue’s opening event Waverley Council to hold a community vigil…
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Send us a Text Message. Coming up today on the Local Government News Roundup: Municipal monitors reappointed at Glenelg Shire A new council area caught up in the current wave of Asbestos contamination A Sydney mayor determined to fight a devastating state government decision A massive deal in the works between the Gold Coast and the NFL A mayor ref…
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Subscriber-only episode Send us a Text Message. A subscriber only heads up on breaking news stories we're following ahead of the next regular episode of the Local Government News Roundup. Support the Roundup and get access to special episodes and regular breaking news updates by becoming a subscriber for around $5 per month. ($3 USD) Click here to …
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Send us a Text Message. Coming up today on the Local Government News Roundup: The latest on asbestos investigations in Melbourne’s west The closure of a netball facility due to recurring mould A floating sauna project in the northeast ignites controversy A Sydney mayor responds to a tragic incident NSW housing reforms progress, with mixed reactions…
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Experiencing parks and recreation from behind the desk and out from under it. Anthony Iracki, CORE Professional Development Manager at PlayCore, joined the podcast to discuss being an enthusiast in your own profession. He shared his career path, how he came to love parks and recreation, and his transition into his new role at PlayCore. Host: Meredi…
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Send us a Text Message. On the Roundup for 12th April 2024; Reaction to the return of monitors to Greater Geelong A Melbourne council to stop maintaining state government owned assets Cootamundra-Gundagai’s demerger proposal goes on public exhibition Police called to a meeting of Shoalhaven City Council A Tasmanian deputy mayor taking the step up t…
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Send us a Text Message. Coming up today on the Local Government News Roundup for 10th April 2024: Municipal monitors back at city hall in Greater Geelong Investigations continue into asbestos discoveries in local parks, with more sites being tested Boroondara criticised over a plan to restore concrete roads A NSW CEO announces retirement; A mayor a…
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Send us a Text Message. Today on the Local Government News Roundup: More asbestos discovered in parks across Melbourne’s west Calls for an overhaul of the Victorian disaster payments system as councils are left out of pocket A council to stop issuing building permits, while another opts to stay in the aged care space The NSW council seeks a cash in…
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Chelsea Jackson, Deputy City Manager for the City of Douglasville, GA joined to podcast to discuss her role and leadership approach. She talked about the importance of building a pipeline for new talent, her career transition to Deputy City Manager, and provided advice for those looking to make the leap to management positions. She also shared her …
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Send us a Text Message. On the Local Government News Roundup for 5th April 2024 Council CEO arrivals, departures and extensions across three states A council in Melbourne’s west responds to discovery of asbestos at a local playground A new place naming policy to stand at Baw Baw Shire after a rescission motion fails to get the numbers De-amalgamati…
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Send us a Text Message. Coming up today on the Local Government News Roundup: The abrupt resignation of a councillor part way through a Council meeting; Reports that key Operation Sandon witnesses have been told they will not face prosecution; A Sydney council removes public forums from its formal Council meetings; An historic funding agreement for…
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Jeff Richardson, County Executive for Albemarle County, VA, joined the podcast to discuss his management principles. He shared how to manage a high performance organization, the benefit of being a "needs improvement" organization, and tips for aspiring managers. Host: Rafael Baptista
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Send us a Text Message. Coming up today on the Local Government News Roundup: A Council CEO resigns Greater Geelong returns to the G21 alliance Latrobe’s future-focussed plan for municipal waste Warrnambool to review animal shelter management Construction projects halted in Shoalhaven A cashless transition in Dubbo A long-standing mayor concedes de…
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Send us a Text Message. Coming up today on the Local Government News Roundup for Monday 25th March 2024; Claims that fringe party groups are taking over the City of Greater Geelong; A $36M price tag for technology upgrades at Darebin; Brimbank to be the home for Australia’s first Vietnamese Museum; The NSW Government ordered to pay $200M to a local…
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Building a better Hoboken. Caleb Stratton, Assistant Business Administrator and Chief Resilience Officer for the City of Hoboken, NJ joined the podcast to talk about storm resilience and infrastructure. He shared what improvements the City has made after Hurricanes Irene and Sandy, how parks can be used to improve stormwater infrastructure, and how…
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Send us a Text Message. Coming up today on the Local Government News Roundup, for Friday 22nd March 2024: A councillor walk out leaves a Council meeting without a quorum A council’s call for more collaboration and transparency on Melbourne’s Suburban Rail Loop project A new federal inquiry into the financial sustainability of local government A cou…
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Send us a Text Message. Coming up today on the Local Government News Roundup: Excessive waste levy costs questioned by a Melbourne metro council; Opposition to a quarry proposal reaffirmed; A new councillor announced after a by-election in Greater Dandenong The surprise termination of a Council CEO A council defends the use of a facility for a cont…
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Send us a Text Message. Coming up today on the Local Government News Roundup: New green wedge planning controls unveiled for Melbourne’s fringe areas Councils grapple with vandalism of public amenities and landfill fires Storm event recovery and preparedness still front and centre for some councils Surprise results from Queensland local government …
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A panel of government planning lawyers joined to podcast to share their experiences in local, state, and federal planning law. They shared their career paths along with what they do in their current positions. The panel included: Tina Axelrad, Zoning Administrator for the City and County of Denver, CO; Samuel Capasso, Community Infrastructure Resil…
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Send us a Text Message. Coming up today on the Local Government News Roundup: Yarra takes the next step towards higher parking fees for large vehicles A dispute between a bayside council and a state MP aired in Parliament A rescission motion lodged after the adoption of a regional Australian first ‘place naming’ policy - we found out more from the …
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Send us a Text Message. On the first episode of a new season of the Local Government News Roundup: More councillor suspensions after findings of misconduct; A council meeting adjourned over health concerns for a councillor; Disrespectful commentary towards councillors condemned by a Council CEO; Yarra Council to consider increased parking fees for …
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Government workers leading change. Allison Bell, Founder and CEO of Bellwether Consulting, joined the podcast to discuss her book, Herocrats: A Guide for Government Workers Leading Change. She shared the definition of a Herocrat, the three main sections of the book, and how you can nominate the monthly Herocrat. Host: Meredith Reynolds…
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George Cuff returns to the Local Gov Cafe to discuss the pressing issues confronting municipal governments. From the impact of education to the challenges of activism, evolving leadership styles to the importance of role clarity, uncover what it takes to lead effectively in today's complex municipal landscape.…
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