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Salary & Benefits Survey Results Are Now Available!
The 2014 Salary & Benefits Survey is open and available for
access. Participating cities will receive their user name and passwords for accessing the updated data via a letter mailed to the top appointed official and/or HR manager on May 12, 2014.
Jurisdictions unable to enter 2014 salary data prior to the deadline of April 25, 2014, can still enter their jurisdiction’s salary and benefit data. When an organization makes updates, please contact Mindy Corby (email@example.com or (651) 281-1217) or Joyce Hottinger (firstname.lastname@example.org or (651) 281-1216), so we can ensure the updated data gets posted as soon as possible. For additional information regarding access codes, please refer to the “Need a Data Entry Code” question at the link below. New data entered by jurisdictions takes approximately two weeks to post live to the survey.
Read more about the Salary & Benefits Survey for MN Local Governments, and access the 2014 results
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- Budget Guide for Cities (pdf)
This guide, which contains 2014 legislative changes, is intended to assist city managers, clerks, finance officers, and elected city officials in preparing 2015 city budgets. It includes state and federal laws affecting city budgets, information about standard city expenditure items, descriptions of city revenues, and more.
- Meetings of City Councils (pdf)
Learn the ins and outs of city council meetings, including types of meetings, the Open Meeting Law, notice requirements, scheduling, attendance, minutes, procedure, motions, and model bylaws. Especially helpful for newly elected officials, but a great reference for all mayors and city councilmembers.
- Public Purpose Expenditures (pdf)
Find out the general criteria a public expenditure must meet to be valid. This publication includes discussion of specific expenditures and whether there is specific authority for cities to make them.
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