Member City: Little Falls, MN

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LMCIT offers guidance on DVS database look-ups

On the heels of at least two recent, highly publicized cases involving alleged misuse of driver’s license data, several cities have received inquiries regarding the look-up of driver’s license files through Minnesota’s Driver and Vehicle Services (DVS) database. If you receive such an inquiry, call LMCIT before responding.
Read more about responding to inquiries about DVS look-ups

Check out LMCIT's public safety risk management blog

Rob Boe, Public Safety Project Coordinator with LMCIT, writes a blog entitled On the Line, created to open up more communication on responder safety. As part of the loss control program, Boe researches the causes of public safety losses, develops new programs to reduce losses, and launches new efforts to keep public safety workers safe on the job. Before coming to the League, he worked for nearly 40 years in public safety as both a peace officer and firefighter.
Read On the Line: Public Safety Risk Management blog

Read LMCIT's public works blog

LMCIT now has a blog specifically for city public works professionals and the challenges you encounter. You will find tools to help you do your job safely while faced with budget cuts and rising demands. This blog is a place to gather expertise, tips, and best practices, all while getting it out to others in the field in real time.
Read the LMC Pipeline: A Minnesota Public Works Connection blog

Borrow videos through the LMCIT Video Library

LMCIT members can borrow free videos on a variety of risk management, safety, and loss control issues. The library includes more than 250 videos, and 50 new safety videos were recently added!
Read about the new safety videos
View the LMCIT Video and DVD Catalog (pdf)

Land Use Incentive Program helps cities save

The Land Use Incentive Program rewards Property/Casualty program member cities that successfully complete online training about land use. Qualifying member cities earn a savings of as much as $3,750 per land use claim.
Read more about the Land Use Incentive Program
Read Land Use and Sewer Incentive-Oct. 2010 Letter to P/C Members (pdf)
Read more about and register for the e-learning course Land Use Basics: Grasping the Ground Rules
Connect with Underwriters and ask your questions by choosing "Underwriting" under "Department"

Sanitary Sewer Incentive Program provides savings

The Sanitary Sewer Incentive program for Property/Casualty members provides cities greater control in the mandatory, out-of-pocket deductibles they pay for claims and lawsuits related to sanitary sewer backups. The program is meant to reduce the overall cost and frequency of sanitary sewer claims faced by members of the Trust. Members of the Property/Casualty program must meet four criteria to qualify.
Read more about the Sanitary Sewer Incentive Program
Read Land Use and Sewer Incentive-Oct. 2010 Letter to P/C Members (pdf)
Read Sewer Incentive Questionnaire for Members-Oct. 2010 (pdf)
Read Sanitary Sewer Incentive Program: Qualifications and Maintaining Immunity (pdf)