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  • The Department of Labor has released the New Overtime Exemption Rules. The revised regulations will impact many employers with employees who are currently treated as exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act overtime and minimum-wage requirements. These regulations may require your municipality to make some big changes, and everybody needs to be aware of the final rules.

    The Illinois Chamber is hosting a webinar and seminar June 15 and 16, both of which will provide an in-depth overview of the final rules and regulations. The seminar will also provide discussion about options and ideas to save money and how to handle this upcoming change.
    Local Government Webinar: Open Meetings Act
    Thursday, June 16, 2016, Noon to 1 pm

    The Illinois Attorney General’s Office, in partnership with the University of Illinois Extension Local Government Network, will host a webinar on the Illinois Open Meetings Act Thursday, June 16 from Noon – 1:00 p.m. The webinar will highlight the training and tools required for implementing the Open Meetings Act policy at the local level in Illinois.

    The speaker for the webinar is Christopher Boggs, Assistant Attorney General with the Illinois Attorney General’s Office in the Public Access Bureau, who assists the Public Access Counselor in resolving Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and Open Meetings Act (OMA) violations and provides educational training to state and local Illinois government entities.
    The Illinois Renewable Energy Conference will be held on July 21, 2016, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., at Illinois State University’s Bone Student Center in Normal.

    The conference will feature speakers of interest to all areas of renewable energy, plus breakout sessions in tracks on policy, technical information, and case studies for Wind, Solar, Biomass, Geothermal, and Energy Efficiency.

    A discounted rate of $80 is available until July 1 when the rate increases to $100. Visit the conference website for more details and to register online.
    Find the answers to the most common questions IML receives. If you cannot find the answer to your specific question, please fill out the contact form, and we will respond promptly.
    Paris is the county seat of Edgar County, located 19 miles northwest of Terre Haute, Indiana.

    Paris likely got its name from the word “Paris” carved on the side of an old tree in the center of today’s downtown.

    Incorporated as a village in 1849, Paris today is experiencing growth and continued development. The nearly 9,000 residents who call Paris home enjoy the peaceful setting with an abundance of parks, including Twin Lakes shown here.
    The Illinois Municipal League is the formal voice for Illinois municipalities. The League was founded in 1913 and has worked continuously for the benefit of municipalities, promoting competence and integrity in administration of municipal government. We offer services to our members that range from traditional to cutting edge, in order to educate and motivate them to remain focused on their passion for the constituencies they represent. Through advocacy at the state and federal level, we work tirelessly to make sure that every voice is heard.
    Partner Links
    The Illinois Municipal League partners with numerous governmental and non-governmental organizations that are dedicated to providing programs, developing policies and offering services that assist local units of government. These statewide and national groups are among those we interact with most, and they may be of interest to your community as an additional resource.
    Submitting an IML Classifieds Ad is easy. Follow this link to fill out the form to post an employment ad, for sale or wanted listing or RFP.

    Please include as much information as possible including your contact and billing information.

    View our General Classified Ads Information page for additional information. We also have a FAQ page that lists many common questions regarding our ad service.

    Continue to the link below to view current listings.

    In 1981, the Illinois Municipal League governing board initiated the Illinois Municipal League Risk Management Association (IMLRMA) to stabilize costs and provide liability, property, and workers compensation coverages needed specifically by municipalities.