MMA Convention - Agenda

2023 MMA Convention: October 4 & 5, 2023 - Augusta Civic Center

October 4 & 5, 2023 - Augusta Civic Center


Wednesday, October 4

7:30 a.m. - Registration Begins

7:30 - 10:30 a.m. - Continental Breakfast

8:00 a.m. - Exhibit Hall Opens

9:00 - 10:30 a.m. - Welcome & Featured Speaker

Civic Leadership and the Imperative of Effective Communication
Civic leadership requires developing and utilizing both individual and collective communication capacities. From responding to constituent concerns, facilitating decisions, mediating conflicts, and promoting community interests, a variety of daily situations demand nuanced abilities to respond well. Effective communication wields the powerful potential to transform old and new conflicts, support decision making, and enhance the communities we live in. Civic leaders who are equipped with effective communication practices can manifest, model,and build capacities for bridging differences and working together to understand and address pressing challenges. This presentation provides approaches, practices, and language to cultivate and advance productive communication within communities.

Presenter: Leila Brammer, Director of Outreach and Instructional Development of the Parrhesia Program for Public Discourse, University of Chicago

Certification: Valid for 1.25 MTCMA Certification credits in the following categories: Leadership and Elected Relations

10:30 – 10:45 a.m. - Break (Exhibit Hall)

10:45 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. - Concurrent Session Block #1

The Ins and Outs of the Legislative Process
MMA’s Advocacy Team will lead a session targeted at demystifying the legislative process. Learn how a bill becomes a law, the legislative jargon used, and how municipal officials can support MMA’s advocacy efforts. Participants will also learn how to connect with the members of the Legislative Policy Committee, which is responsible for establishing MMA’s positions on proposed legislation.

Presenters: Kate Dufour, Director, Advocacy & Communications, MMA; Rebecca Graham, Senior Legislative Advocate, MMA; and Rebecca Lambert, Municipal Issues Specialist, MMA

Certification: Valid for 1.25 MTCMA Certification credits in the following categories: Elected Relations and Leadership

Improving Your Security Posture with UMA’s Maine Cyber Range
The University of Maine at Augusta (UMA) Maine Cyber Range (MCR) launched a student research project in 2022 to help Maine Municipalities improve their security posture ━ through assessment, network modeling and testing, and training for technical and non-technical personnel. And, boost relations with Maine Municipalities, fostering industry and academic collaboration for cybersecurity research and development. Learn more about this NO-COST program designed to strengthencybersecurity for Maine’s towns and cities and how to get involved!

Presenters: Michele Weymouth, Maine Cyber Range Program Coordinator, University of Maine at Augusta; Jenn Moody, Maine Cyber Range Content Manager, University of Maine at Augusta

Certification: Valid for 1.25 MTCMA Certification credits in the following categories: Leadership, Finance/Budget, and Human Resources

OSHA Recordkeeping – A General Overview for Maine Municipalities
This is a very broad overview (cram session) on the rules and regulations on OSHA recordkeeping as it pertains to Maine municipalities. We will go over keeping separate records by establishment (department); OSHA’s definition of work-relatedness; special work situations (traveling, working at home, Covid-19, etc.). We will also briefly go over the specifics on filling out the OSHA forms 300, 300A, and 301: days away cases; cases resulting in job transfer/restriction; and “other” recordable cases. Finally, we will very briefly go over “miscellaneous” rules related to OSHA recordkeeping: employee access to forms; REPORTABLE vs. RECORDABLE cases; the surveys; the ITA.

Presenter: Steve Laundrie, Management Analyst II, Research & Statistics Division, Workplace Safety & Health Division, Maine Department of Labor

Certification: Valid for 1.25 MTCMA Certification credits in the following category: Human Resources, Leadership, and Finance/Budget.

Elections and CVR Updates
Sponsored by the Maine Town and City Clerks’ Association (MTCCA)
This session will provide an update on what is happening in elections, including an overview of new election laws, the new Central Voter Registration system, tips and reminders about the 2023 Referendum election, and a preview of the 2024 elections with a focus on new programs including online voter registration, ongoing absentee voting and semi-open primaries.

Presenter: Julie Flynn, Deputy Secretary of State, Maine Secretary of State

Municipalities and Maine’s Animal Laws
Sponsored by the Maine Animal Control Association (MACA)
This session will help municipalities identify ways that the proper enforcement of animal laws directly affects their budgets and liability.

Presenters: Rebecca Parker, President, MACA, Officer & Animal Control Officer, Kennebunk Police Department, and Maine Animal Cruelty Task Force; Linda Donovan, Assistant District Attorney, York County, and DA Appointee to the Maine Animal Cruelty Task Force

12:00 - 1:15 p.m. - MMA Awards Luncheon

Join us to honor the recipient of the MMA Ethel N. Kelley Memorial Award, celebrate the installation of the incoming MMA President, recognize the MMA Executive Committee and Past Presidents, and announce other municipal awards.

1:15 – 2:30 p.m. - Concurrent Session Block #2

MMA Annual Business Meeting
Please join MMA President Elaine Aloes, Vice President Diane Hines and Executive Director Cathy Conlow as they shed light on MMA’s upcoming priorities, tally election votes for the Executive Committee, and reflect on the events and activities in 2023. Member delegates will be asked to vote upon an amendment to the Association bylaws that proposes to change the composition of the MMA Nominating Committee.

Certification: Valid for 1.00 MTCMA Certification credit in the following category: Leadership.

Embracing Conflict: Techniques for Managers and Staff
This session will have discussion around 5 Conflict Management Strategies: accommodating, collaborating, compromising, avoiding and competing, which will be essential to the session. This material will encourage participants to be proactive rather than reactive, to resolve conflict in a productive manner and view conflict as a way to create innovation and change. Shifting how we view conflict from negative to positive will help build strong teams, move through conflict quicker and being more open to other ideas and viewpoints.

Presenter: Danielle Abbott, Leadership Development Educator & Founder, Danielle Abbott Coaching

Certification: Valid for 1.25 MTCMA Certification credits in the following categories: Leadership and Human Resources.

Healthy Aging in Community – Why Data & Values Matter
The Maine Council on Aging has just concluded a three-year Municipal Data Dashboard pilot project in several communities across Maine. The initiative created community-specific data dashboards to help municipalities make data-informed decisions that support healthy aging. In this session, we’ll share the data points that are helpful in understanding the health of your older population, an easy-to-use modified dashboard, and the kinds of actions you can take to support your older residents. We’ll also explore the concept of “age equity” and why communities should consider a value-based approach to building “longevity ready” communities.

Presenters: Jess Maurer, Executive Director, Maine Council on Aging; Kat Blackstone, M-DASH Project Manager

Certification: Valid for 1.25 MTCMA Certification credits in the following category: Leadership, Elected Relations, and Finance/Budget.

Using Communication Tools Creatively to Improve the Civic Experience in Your Community
This session will share emerging engagement strategies for any staff members tasked with improving digital service delivery and the civic experience for your community members. The session will also share examples of creative new ways of engaging the community, including innovative approaches and uses of technology. This will be relevant to staff creating the engagement and service delivery opportunities, but also to leadership and managers who have this as one of their goals for their organizations.

Presenter: Jessica Grondin, Director of Communications & Digital Services, City of Portland

Certification: Valid for 1.25 MTCMA Certification credits in the following categories: Leadership.

Federal Funding and Grant Opportunities Through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) and Inflation Reduction Act (IRA)
Sponsored by the Maine Government Finance Officers’ Association (MEGFOA)
This session will provide an overview of Federal Funding opportunities and highlight grant opportunities available through the Infrastructure Investments and Jobs Act (BIL/IIJA) and the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA). With billions of dollars in competitive funding available to municipalities across dozens of new and existing programs, this session will cover how to access these funding streams available to communities of all sizes.

Presenter: Katherine Heck, Government Finance Advisor, New Hampshire Municipal Association; Brooke Barron, Federal Program Officer, National Telecommunications and Information Administration

2:30 – 3:00 p.m. - Exhibit Hall Break

3:00 – 4:15 p.m. - Concurrent Session Block #3

Right to Know Law Training
Attorneys from MMA’s Legal Services Department offer Right to Know training that is required for certain elected and appointed municipal officials. Attendees will get certificates that they completed the course.

Presenters: Rebecca McMahon, Director, Legal Services, MMA; Garrett Corbin, Staff Attorney, Legal Services, MMA

Certification: Valid for 1.25 MTCMA Certification credits in the following categories: Leadership, Ethics, Legal, and Elected Relations.

When Do You Need a Professional Engineer?
The professional engineering statute was revised this year to increase the cap on the Public Works exemption from $100k to $250k, and to prioritize public safety. This presentation is intended to help municipalities determine when professional engineers should be engaged for public works projects and development projects. We will also discuss when projects require that plans be sealed by a professional engineer or if a professional engineer is needed to oversee a project. Real world examples will be presented to help demonstrate how municipalities can make correct decisions and best protect the public.

Presenters: Brent M. Bridges, PE, Senior Engineer/Principal, Woodard & Curran, and Chair of the State Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers; and Joyce Taylor, PE, Chief Engineer, Maine DOT, and Vice Chair of the State Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers

Certification: Valid for 1.25 MTCMA Certification credits in the following categories: Leadership, Finance/Budget, and Legal.

Beyond Pride Month: Fostering LGBTQ+ Equity and Inclusion in Municipalities Year-Round

Many cities and towns in Maine participate in LGBTQ+ Pride Month, flying rainbow flags and hosting parades and celebrations each June. But what does it mean to support and serve your LGBTQ+ employees and citizens year-round? In this session, you'll learn practical ways to foster inclusion, create equity, and demonstrate pride in your municipal policies, programs, processes, and places.

Presenter: Cara Pelletier, Founder & CEO, Scoot Over, LLC, and Councilor, City of Bangor

Certification: Valid for 1.25 MTCMA Certification credits in the following categories

Reporting and Tracking Grants, Including ARPA Grant Compliance
Sponsored by the Maine Municipal Tax Collectors’ & Treasurers’ Association (MMTCTA)
This session will provide an overview of best practices related to reporting and tracking grants, with specific attention paid to ARPA and Build Back Better funding. Questions covered will include: What are some best practices for keeping track of grants if many grants are small or department-specific?; What kinds of things will the auditors ask for if you get a grant?; How do I make sure we don’t lose track of grant awards?; and more!

Presenter: Amanda Methot-Vigue, Methot Method Consulting

Certification: Valid for 5 points toward certification as tax collector or treasurer.

4:15 – 6:30 p.m. Member Appreciation Reception and Entertainment

Enjoy networking with colleagues, refreshments and light appetizers, and music by Funkationland!

Thursday, October 5

7:30 a.m. - Registration
7:30 - 9:00 a.m. - Continental Breakfast
8:00 a.m. - Exhibit Hall Opens
7:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. - MCAPWA Fall Meeting

Sponsored by Maine Chapter of American Public Works Association (MCAPWA)
7:30 – 8:30 am: Registration and Breakfast Buffet in the Exhibit Area

8:30 – 8:45 am: Opening Remarks – Ralph Norwood, MCAPWA President

8:45 – 9:30 am: Maine Department of Transportation Update – Bruce Van Note, MaineDOT Commissioner

9:30-10:15 am: Village Partnership Initiative (VPA) & Planning Partnership Initiative (PPI) Programs – Dale Doughty, MaineDOT Planning Director

10:15 – 10:30 am: Break

10:30 – 10:45 am: Upcoming Training Sessions by Maine Local Roads Center – Peter Coughlan, P.E., MaineDOT Maine Local Roads Center Director

10:45 – 11:45 am: Ground and Structure Surveys using a UAV/Drone – Wright-Pierce: Chris Hinkley, Civil BIM Manager; Ryan Beisaw, Civil Designer/Drone Pilot; and Jason Gallant, P.E., Transportation Infrastructure Group Lead

12:00 pm: Lunch at Civic Center


9:00 - 10:15 am - Welcome and Featured Speaker

It’s Not About Me, It’s Not About Now
There is a profound sense of pain that has settled into the day-to-day work that local government leaders are facing. It's isolating. It's demoralizing. But the work being done is necessary and important. How are leaders supposed to rise to both the "usual" and the extraordinary challenges facing local governments today? By remembering: it's not about me, and it's not about now.

Presenter: Ron Holifield, Chief Executive Officer, Strategic Government Resources and former City Manager

Certification: Valid for 1.25 MTCMA Certification credits in the following categories: Leadership, Human Resources, Ethics, and Elected Relations


10:15 - 10:45 am  - Exhibit Hall Break 


10:45 am - 12:00 pm  Concurrent Session Block #4

When the Worst Happens - Understanding Trauma
Wendy Wollner, Founder and CEO of Balancing Life Issues, will discuss traumatic stress and recognizing its symptoms in the workplace.  She will talk about the types of trauma, which employees are most susceptible to it, and how it impacts them, their lives and their work.  She will also discuss what leaders should and shouldn’t do to respond.  Representatives from MMA Risk Management and the Maine Municipal Employees Health Trust will conclude the session with a brief discussion of the resources offered through MMA to address mental health in Maine.

Presenters: Wendy Wollner, Founder & CEO, Balancing Life Issues; and staff from MMA Risk Management Services and the Maine Municipal Employees Health Trust

Certification: Valid for 1.25 MTCMA Certification credits in the following category: Leadership and Human Resources.

Supervisory Leadership: How Do We Manage “Self”

Our leadership class is rooted in “managing self.” How can we start managing people without first understanding ourselves? What are your triggers, your hurts, and your hangups? If you don’t know, ask your employees! This interactive session will unpack concepts such as identifying triggers and what it costs when you don’t. Is there such a thing as being too empathic? Or, even what is an empathic response? We will talk about what vulnerabilities are, how power vs. authority, and observations vs. interpretations differ. Participants will take away the overall theme of the class: leaders and managers need to understand themselves before ever trying to influence others.

Presenter: Adam Gormely, Manager, Dirigo Risk Management Services

Certification: Valid for 1.25 MTCMA Certification credits in the following categories: Leadership, Ethics, Human Resources.

Energy Efficiency Finance Mechanisms for Municipalities - C-PACE and Municipal Leases

Efficiency Maine’s Green Bank offers a suite of financing initiatives to support energy projects to help Maine’s homes and businesses lower their energy bills and reduce their carbon emissions. These financing initiatives are designed to drive private capital into market gaps for energy efficiency and clean energy equipment and services. Recently, the Green Bank launched two exciting finance initiatives for municipalities: the Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) program and Municipal Lease initiatives. Municipal leases help municipalities and schools expedite energy efficiency upgrades directly, while C-PACE loans stimulate energy efficiency upgrades at commercial properties elsewhere in the community. These financing tools serve as an important complement to the Trust’s other incentives for residents and businesses. Join us and learn more about these opportunities.

Presenters: James Neal, Senior Program Manager for Finance Initiatives, Efficiency Maine; John Simko, Director of Government Banking, Androscoggin Bank; and Troy Moon, Sustainability Coordinator, City of Portland

Certification: Valid for 1.25 MTCMA Certification credits in the following category: Finance/Budget.

Developing or Revamping Your Safety Program

This session will provide important foundational knowledge to help participants understand what a comprehensive safety program is and the steps needed to implement one in their workplace. It will be ideal for any human resources professionals and managers looking to improve or develop a comprehensive safety plan. Participants will also gain familiarity with resources and toolkits to assist in the process.

Presenters: John Waterbury, Senior Loss Control Consultant, and Jason Johnson, Loss Control Consultant, MMA Risk Management Services

Certification: Valid for 1.25 MTCMA Certification credits in the following category: Leadership, Human Resources, and Finance/Budget.

Stay Connected: Broadband Opportunities for Maine Communities

Sponsored by the Maine Community Development Association (MCDA)
The Maine Community Development Association (MCDA) will host a panel discussion focusing on community broadband solutions for municipalities. From effective community outreach to building fiber infrastructure, learn best practices from State agencies and neighboring communities.

Presenters: Clara McCool, Regional Broadband Coordinator, Greater Portland Council of Governments; Kendra Jo Grindle, Community & Regional Partnerships Senior Manager, Maine Connectivity Authority; Nick Battista, Chair, Maine Broadband Coalition & Chief Policy Officer, Island Institute; Marci Gaglione, Affordable Connectivity Program Manager, National Digital Equity Center


12:00 - 1:15 p.m. - Featured Speaker Luncheon

Leading for Economic Innovation and Prosperity
Maine Development Foundation CEO Yellow Light Breen – who has led transformative initiatives in state government, in the private sector, and as nonprofit partner – will speak on the changing nature of Maine’s economy, demographics, and opportunities.  Communities play a critical role in nurturing innovation, sustainability, and a viable workforce. Innovative approaches to heritage industries, to community development, and to civic leadership are essential and possible to seize the future we want for the people of Maine and for each of our communities.

Presenter: Yellow Light Breen, President & CEO, Maine Development Foundation

Certification: Valid for 1.25 MTCMA Certification credits in the following category: Leadership, Finance/Budget, and Human Resources.  

1:15 - 2:30 p.m. - Concurrent Session Block #5

What’s New With the Maine Municipal Employees’ Health Trust?
The Maine Municipal Employees Health Trust was founded in 1983 with the goal of containing healthcare costs while maintaining quality benefit programs and providing superior services for municipal employees.  On the occasion of the Trust’s 40th Anniversary, staff will share a bit of interesting history, discuss the Trust’s current status and finances, and share some thoughts on plans to enhance services and offerings for the future. 

Presenters: Staff from the Maine Municipal Employees Health Trust

Municipal Internships: Engaging Fresh Perspectives in Local Government

Municipal internships are an excellent way to introduce students to careers in local government and help them make professional connections and engage in meaningful work experiences. They can also provide municipalities of all shapes and sizes the chance to hire students with fresh perspectives who can contribute to their communities in meaningful and tangible ways. Utilizing a variety of partners and resources available across the state, municipalities can get support for setting up and facilitating an internship. This session will provide information on the benefits of engaging an intern from the perspectives of both internship supervisors and previous interns; highlight best practices for structuring and setting up an internship; and provide an overview of the Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center Government Internship program and application process.

Presenters: Jay Feyler, Town Manager, Town of Union; Christine Landes, Town Manager, Town of Chelsea; Peggy McKee, Internship Program Coordinator, Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center; Danica Lamontagne, Assistant to the City Manager, City of Biddeford; Nadia Crockett-Current, HR/Payroll Assistant, Town of Kennebunkport; Shannon Chisholm, Assistant City Planner, City of Saco

Certification: Valid for 1.25 MTCMA Certification credits in the following category: Leadership and Human Resources.  

Addressing Common Challenges to Municipal Audits

The pandemic and Maine’s current labor market, among other things, have presented some unique challenges to municipalities related to completing annual audits. For example, some municipalities have found it difficult to secure an auditor, or have gotten a few years behind in their audits and are not sure how to get caught up, or are not sure how remote workers will affect their internal controls, just to name a few. This panel discussion will provide various perspectives and advice on these challenges and others, and present an opportunity for Q&A with town and city representatives.

Presenters: Marc Roy, Partner, Royer Advisors and Accountants; Ron Smith, Managing Partner, RHR Smith & Company; Matthew Dunlap, State Auditor, Office of the Maine State Auditor; Paula Gravelle, Director of School Finance, Maine Department of Education; Marcus Pratt, Manager, Runyon Kersteen Ouellette; Bruce Miller, Chief Credit Administrator, Androscoggin Bank; 

Certification: Valid for 1.25 MTCMA Certification credits in the following category: Leadership and Finance/Budget.

The Code Enforcement Officer as an Asset to the Community –
Sponsored by the Maine Building Officials’ and Inspectors’ Association (MBOIA)
A discussion on how the CEO is a vital part of community development and the challenges that creates.

Presenters: Mark Stambach, Code Enforcement Officer/LPI, Town of Lisbon, and President, MBOIA; others TBD


1:15 - 4:00 p.m. - National Incident Management System Overview for Senior Officials (NIMS 402 Training)

Sponsored by the Maine Fire Chiefs’ Association (MFCA)
The purpose of this course is to familiarize Senior Officials (executives, elected and appointed officials, city/county managers, agency administrators, etc.) with their role in supporting incident management within the National Incident Management System (NIMS). Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to explain National Incident Management System (NIMS) tenets and the role of the four command and coordination entities (ICS, EOC, MAC Group and JIS) within NIMS.

Presenter: Chief Kenneth Brillant, Fire Chief, Town of Brunswick and Treasurer, Maine Fire Chiefs’ Association

2:30 - 2:45 p.m. - Break


2:45 - 4:00 p.m. - Concurrent Session Block #6

Collective Tools, Collateral Considerations; The Federal, State and Local Landscape on Addressing The Housing Crisis
From the long-standing lack of Federal housing investment to the response to 2007 banking crisis, the impacts of government policy has helped to shape the current housing market crisis. With the same key economic players driving policy conversations now, what are the lessons for current policy? How are communities across the nation responding? What should municipalities think about around housing? Join the National League of Cities Program Officer, Lauren Lowry and NLC advocacy staff, the Governor’s Office of Policy Innovation and The Future (GOPIF), Ryan Fecteau and MMA’s Senior Legislative Advocate Rebecca Graham and learn what tools exist at the state and federal level to help municipalities, what legislative policies that await discussion in the 2nd Regular Session of the 131st, and how can municipal leaders help add clarity to the policy debate.

Presenters: Rebecca Graham, Senior Legislative Advocate, MMA; Michael Wallace, Legislative Director for Housing, Community and Economic Development, National League of Cities;  Ryan Fecteau, Senior Advisor, Governor's Office of Policy Innovation and the Future; Jackie Weaver, Selectboard Member, Town of Gouldsboro

Certification: Valid for 1.25 MTCMA Certification credits in the following category: Legal, Finance/Budget, and Elected Relations.  

Tools and Tactics to Reduce Information Security Risks

All organizations are experiencing increased cyber security threats and costs associated with prevention and restoration after a security incident.  This session will discuss ways that your municipality can reduce the risk of an attack and demystify some of those common acronyms used in the industry.  Topics will include Multi-factor authentication, Cloud service risks, Security Information Event Management (SIEM), Anti-virus/malware products EDR/XDR, user account management, SCADA (controls/monitoring) for utility districts, data backup methods and tips for getting through audits, handling credit cards, and how to qualify for cyber liability insurance. 

Presenter: Rob Herman, Strategic Consultant, WGTech

Certification: Valid for 1.25 MTCMA Certification credits in the following category: Leadership and Finance/Budget.

Past, Present, and Future of the Maine Criminal Justice Academy –
Sponsored by the Maine Town, City, and County Management Association (MTCMA)

Learn more about the past, present and future of the Maine Criminal Justice Academy. Jack Peck, Director, and Board of Trustee members will offer an update on a recent strategic plan for the academy that will impact the training of Maine’s future law enforcement officers. There will also be an opportunity to learn about the myths and realities of the wait lists for cadets to get a spot in future classes.

Presenters: Jack Peck, Director, Maine Criminal Justice Academy; others TBD

Certification: Valid for 1.25 MTCMA Certification credits in the following category: Leadership and Human Resources.

4:00 p.m. - Convention Adjourns


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