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Wed 26

IMMA Annual Conference

April 26 @ 12:00 am - April 28 @ 12:00 pm
RT @MWGriffin1 : Thank you members of the Indiana General Assembly!#investINroads https://t.co/F7FZ0h6n5E
RT @BlairMiloLP : THANK YOU! to many leaders in #INLeg @GovHolcomb & @AimIndiana 4 great work 2 #investINroads https://t.co/Il4C0u2JwX
Watch @MattGreller react to road funding bill that passed #INLegis! Indiana has invested in roads!! https://t.co/yRCwUYkkOv

Welcome to the future of the municipal story.

Across Indiana, cities and towns are taking innovative approaches to improving local quality of life. They’re building and nurturing quality places where top companies want to locate or expand their operations, and where the best and brightest workers want to live and raise their families.

From Michigan City to Jeffersonville, inspiring stories are taking shape. Aim wants to ensure that these fresh and compelling stories are being told. That’s why we’re hiring a municipal innovation specialist who will work to identify and share information about these stories of municipal progress.

Corporate partners
We realize that moving municipalities forward isn’t something that Aim can do alone. That’s why we partner in our efforts with a wide range of businesses, agencies, nonprofits and other organizations. These experts in municipal government, called Aim Corporate Partners, are an active segment of our membership. They work closely with us to ensure their expertise is maximized for the benefit of all our members.

Our focus: Quality places and effective governance
Aim will work closely with legislators on key initiatives that will empower Indiana cities and towns. Our 2017 priorities will focus on nurturing Indiana communities by enhancing infrastructure, funding and healthcare; and finding ways to make government work better for the benefit of all Hoosiers.

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