Slaton

This one-day clinic is designed to provide answers to and discussion of some of the questions most frequently asked by elected and appointed city officials from small cities. This highly participatory clinic includes legal question-and-answer discussions, as well as a roundtable discussion. Attendees will also participate in sessions on key legal requirements for elected and appointed officials, legislative issues, Texas Municipal League (TML) services, and much more.

Date
Wednesday, August 28

Location
Slaton Harvey House
400 Railroad Ave.
Slaton, TX 79364

Who should attend?
The clinic is open to elected and appointed city officials from small cities. Please note that a non-city official cannot register for this event. 

What does it cost?
The cost of the clinic is only $40 per person, and lunch is included. To see if you are eligible and to apply for a TML Workshop Tuition Scholarship for Small Cities, click here.

Confirmations/Name Badges
A confirmation will be emailed out prior to the event if you have an email address on file. Please pick up your name badge at the registration area onsite when you check in. Name badges will not be mailed out prior to the event.

Questions?
For additional information, contact Jacqueline Redin at jredin@tml.org or 512-231-7480.

8:30 a.m.
Registration

9:00 a.m.
Welcome and Texas Municipal League Overview

Roundtable Discussion
Jacqueline Redin, Assistant Director of Member Services, Texas Municipal League

Legislative Update
Scott Houston, Deputy Executive Director and General Counsel, and Bill Longley, Legislative Counsel, Texas Municipal League

10:30 a.m.
Break

10:45 a.m.
Open Question-and-Answer Discussion
Scott Houston, Deputy Executive Director and General Counsel, and Bill Longley, Legislative Counsel, Texas Municipal League

11:30 a.m.
Working Lunch

Afternoon Open Question-and-Answer Discussion
Scott Houston, Deputy Executive Director and General Counsel, and Bill Longley, Legislative Counsel, Texas Municipal League

2:00 p.m.
Adjourn