Month: February 2016
How well do you remember middle school? Lockers, watching the clock for the bell to ring, changing classes, who likes whom, keeping track of your own assignments, tardies, the absence of the beloved recess…. For many students, this is their first experience with most of these areas, and when you combine all that newness with […]
How to Show Appreciation to Funders (and Non Funders!) That Will Get You Noticed By Amy Shankland You got the grant. You’ve celebrated with your staff or client and the organization is ready to implement the project. You’ve already talked about both the regular and financial reporting requirements and are feeling ready to go. Or… […]
These caps were first introduced in 2009 and were meant to help taxpayers. While the caps have certainly accomplished that goal, they have had a dramatic effect on local governments, especially those that are not experiencing growth.