Dubois County mayors earn certificatesApril 23, 2014
From local sources
INDIANAPOLIS — Dubois County’s two mayors earned leadership certificates at the March Mayors Institute.
Jasper Mayor Terry Seitz and Huntingburg Mayor Denny Spinner were awarded bronze and silver certificates from the institute, which is sponsored by the Indiana Association of Cities and Towns and Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs.
The Mayors Institute is a quarterly series for mayors to discuss issues facing Indiana cities.
Participants obtain information from peers, guest speakers, university faculty and association staff on topics such as healthcare reform, revitalization and cost efficiencies.
Over the past two years, Seitz and Spinner completed six courses focused on the continuing education of the state’s municipal executives, thus earning the certificates.
A total of 29 mayors earned bronze, silver and gold certificates for city leadership.
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