Courthouse Journal

Apr 14

[ARCHIVED] Making Your Job Easier with MRSC's Services

The original item was published from April 14, 2017 3:06 PM to April 17, 2017 10:07 AM

Making Your Job Easier with MRSC's Services

MRSC is in the business of helping local governments. MRSC provides unbiased, independent guidance that helps local government follow state and federal laws, and reduce mistakes and liability, ultimately saving jurisdictions time and money. Would you please share this upcoming training opportunity with your members?

On Thursday, May 18, MRSC is offering Making Your Job Easier with MRSC’s Services. This free webinar will review MRSC's vast suite of online services, such as examples of policies, procedures, and ordinances on a host of topics, successful local ballot measures, zoning approaches for marijuana dispensaries, and online budgeting and contracting tools, as well as our person-to-person inquiry service. MRSC is a one-stop-shop for Washington local governments. Learn how to use us to make your job easier and more efficient.

Title: Making Your Job Easier with MRSC’s Services
Date: Thursday, May 18.
Time: 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Presenters: Tracy Burrows, Executive Director, MRSC, and Robert Sepler, Legal Consultant, MRSC
Cost: free
Who Should Attend: Local government employees at all level, elected and appointed officials, and private consultants or attorneys that advise local governments.