Fulton City Manager, City Clerk earn Master of City Governance
Fulton’s City Manager Mike Gunn and Fulton City Clerk Helen Lee were recently named among 27 city officials from across the state who the Kentucky League of Cities (KLC) recognized this year for Master of City Governance.
The City Officials Training Center is a voluntary education program administered by the Kentucky League of Cities.
City officials can complete education levels by attending KLC events and by submitting outside educational credit from other municipal training.
The four levels of achievement include: Level I – Achievement in City Governance; Level II – Excellence in City Governance; Level III – Master of City Governance; and Certified Municipal Officer, the highest designation.
“The COTC program provides a variety of training that better equips our city leaders across the state to serve their local communities. With this achievement and the amount of training it represents, citizens are the real winners because our communities are reaping the benefits of better informed leaders,” said J.D. Chaney, KLC Executive Director/CEO. “This is an impressive feat and a testament to the dedication of these city officials.”
The Level III – Master of City Governance award requires the city official to attend 90 hours of approved training with three hours of ethics training.
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