Parking Alert: South Road Construction

Partial road barriers have been placed at the intersection of South Road and Country Club Road due to a summer construction project. The School’s parking deck is open and accessible from South Road for the duration of the project by driving between the two barriers and entering the parking gate immediately on the left.

City and County Clerks Academy and Institute

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Municipal clerks, county clerks to boards of county commissioners, regional council secretaries, and their deputies are invited to increase their knowledge and improve their skills at the Annual City and County Clerks’ Academy. The school provides help with practical problems confronted by clerks as well as opportunities for professional development and informal learning. Sessions on several topics relevant to the work of clerks are featured. Offered in conjunction are the New Clerks Academy and Institute, covering clerks’ duties and city and county governing board procedures, and the Master Clerks Academy I, offering a topic of interest to certified county and city clerks, regional council secretaries, and their deputies, and those seeking certification. On Thursday and Friday Master Clerks Academy II for all clerks, will cover advanced topics. For other clerks-related information, please visit Clerk-Net.

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This course is offered periodically.

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Assistant Professor of Public Law and Government
John M. Phelps
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Program Manager
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Faculty Coordinator

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Assistant Professor of Public Law and Government
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