Educating and informing our members is at the heart of our mission. That’s why Aim hosts webinars on relevant municipal topics such as current legislative issues and cybersecurity. Each of these webinars is designed to keep you up to date on the subject matter and give you takeaways that you can apply in your municipality.

Upcoming Webinars

Regulating Political Signs: What You Need to Know

Wednesday, October 11, 10:00 a.m. Eastern
$25 Aim Member / $55 Municipal Non-Member

This timely webinar will cover key issues regarding the law governing political signs. As election season draws closer, you’ll want to know what and how you can regulate signs. Real world hypotheticals will be shared as well as updates communities should consider.

Becca McCuaig, Chief Legal Counsel, Aim
Donald Morgan, Senior Counsel, Taft
Anne Razo, Partner, DeVoss, Baker, Ainsworth & Razo

Crossing the Dotted Divide: Understand and Respond to Challenges through Location Information, Open Data, and GIS

Tuesday, October 24, 10:00 a.m. Eastern
$25 Aim Member / $55 Municipal Non-Member

Community leaders are faced with making daily decisions for their citizens; likewise, citizens are making decisions affecting their communities. Attend this webinar to learn how communities are being enabled to approach major challenges together with the power of location information and new tools from the Indiana Geographic Information Office to make data stronger and extend its impact. With the help of new technical support and funds, communities can connect the datasets they use to make decisions and policies and enable connections with to all impacted audiences.

Megan R.L. Compton, Indiana Geographic Information Officer

PFAS: The Forever Chemicals Explained

Thursday, November 9, 10:00 a.m. Eastern
$25 Aim Member / $55 Municipal Non-Member

You may have hear about PFAS – a complex group of chemicals in use since the 1950s with a constantly evolving regulatory landscape – but may not know what you need to know about new PFAS regulations. PFAS can be found in the air, water, and soil and scientific studies have shown that exposure to some PFAS in the environment may be linked to harmful health effects. Many experts are suggesting that PFAS regulation and compliance could have far reaching impacts, including significant ramifications for cities and towns. This webinar will give an overview of the history of PFAS, health advisories, and options for recovering costs and damages associated with PFAS detections and contamination.

Brent Huber, Partner, Ice Miller LLP

The Election Is Over: Now What?

Thursday, November 16, 10:00 a.m. Eastern
$25 Aim Member / $55 Municipal Non-Member

Whatever the outcome of the recent municipal elections may be, it’s time to start thinking about the next steps in your city or town. The transition between office holders can sometimes be contentious, however, you will want to set your successor or new office holders up to be successful in your community. This webinar will discuss the process of preparing for a turnover, maintaining public employees, and moving past the election results.

Jennifer Simmons, Chief Operating Officer, Aim

2024 Legislative Preview

Wednesday, December 20, 10:00 a.m. Eastern
Free for Aim Members / $55 Municipal Non-Member

The 2024 Legislative Session is quickly approaching! The “short session” is a non-budget session and will run January through March. The fast-paced session is slated to have much discussion and debate in store. Participate in this free webinar to hear about Aim’s expectations for this session and Aim’s strategy for passing position legislative to help cities and towns function more efficiently and create and maintain quality places.

Chris Bandy, Government Affairs Manager, Aim
Jenna Bentley, Government Affairs Director, Aim
Matt Greller, Chief Executive Officer, Aim
Campbell Ricci, Policy Director, Aim

Registration & Cancellation

Registration is available until 5 p.m. the day before the webinar; registrations after this time cannot be guaranteed. All webinars begin at the scheduled Eastern Standard time. You will receive email confirmations and reminders from Erin Jamison-Koenig or Zoom Webinar. Your confirmation email provides you with webinar access information.

You cannot cancel if you have signed up to attend a webinar. You’ll be invoiced and sent the recording and materials regardless of whether you attend the live webinar.

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The recording and materials from every Aim webinar is available.

MMI Credit for Webinars & Workshops

Participation in Aim webinars and workshops is eligible for Municipal Management Institute credit. The Municipal Management Institute (MMI) provides educational opportunities to Aim members, enabling them to sharpen their leadership skills, learn new techniques for tackling common local issues and improve services to citizens, while working towards their Certified Municipal Official status.

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