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Municipal clerks are tremendous resources to the cities and towns they serve. They handle so much that goes on in the community — elections, interactions with residents, open records requests, council/board meeting preparations, and so much more.
2020 Election Webinar Series
The Colorado Municipal League, CIRSA and the Colorado Municipal Clerks Association will once again host a series of webinars designed to assist municipal clerks prepare for April 2020 elections. These webinars are free for CML municipal members, $25 per webinar for CML associate members and $50 per webinar for nonmembers. All webinars will take place at noon.
CMCA is also offering .5 credits per webinar towards the CMC or MMC designation for member clerks who attend. To obtain this credit, you will need to complete this assessment following the webinar.
Click on the title of each webinar below for more information and to register.
- The Election Calendar webinar recording
- Election Judges and Working with Nomination Petitions - Dec. 12
- Canceling an Election and Signature Verification - Jan. 21
- Canvassing and Final Election Questions - March 12
- Election Debrief - April 21
Colorado Municipal Clerk Advisor Program
CML, the Colorado Intergovernmental Risk Sharing Agency (CIRSA), and Colorado Municipal Clerks Association (CMCA) created the Colorado Municipal Clerk Advisor Program as a free service to assist municipal clerks with specific job-related questions or challenges.
Karen Goldman, former Aurora deputy city clerk, is available to offer insight and provide guidance on particular issues or questions that may arise in your city or town. While not intended to provide interim or long-term work, this arrangement offers muncipal clerks a “helping hand” if they need it.
Contact Karen at 303-981-8022 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Only municipal clerks, deputy clerks, and records managers and/or licensing managers of CML member municipalities may sign up for the CML clerks listserv. All listserv subscription requests are subject to CML approval and municipal membership status.
Listservs allow groups of individuals signed up for the service to share information and ideas by email. Any subscriber can post a question or provide information to the listserv, which then is automatically emailed to all the members of the group. All responses from other members of the group are emailed to all subscribers.