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This Week's League News

 

Volume 21 - Number 39 - September 30, 2016
Published by the League of Kansas Municipalities

Headlines
 1 | Registration for Regional Suppers
 2 | Fees for .Gov Website Domains to Increase
 3 | Candidate Questionnaires are Available

 

1 | Registration for Regional Suppers

The League invites all Kansas city officials to join us for the 2016 Regional Suppers. This is a great opportunity to meet with city officials and legislators in your area to discuss the upcoming legislative session. These informative sessions will feature a discussion of the League’s 2017 legislative priorities. The 2016 Regional Suppers will be held in the locations listed below. For more information and to register for a Regional Supper in your area, please click here!

October 19th – Oberlin
October 20th – Scott City
October 26th – Atchison
October 27th – Chanute
November 1st – Concordia
November 3rd – Wichita

2 |Fees for .Gov Website Domains to Increase

Following the recommendation of the General Services Administration, the cost of maintaining a .gov domain registration and renewal will increase from $125 per year to $400 per year beginning January 1st, 2017. The .gov domain name extension is only available to registered websites of governmental entities in the United States, including federal, state, local and tribal governments.

There are some jurisdictions whose renewal period (90-day window) may hit before the end of this year. If this applies to your jurisdiction, you should take advantage of that renewal as GSA will honor the existing $125 per year price.

3 |Candidate Questionnaires are Available

In preparation for this upcoming November, the League has updated its webpage containing candidate questionnaires received from federal and state office candidates. While the League does not endorse candidates, we do want to share this information with you so that you may form your own judgment based on candidates’ policy positions to local issues. In total, the League received responses from more than 45% of all candidates running for state and federal office.

If you have any questions about these candidates’ positions on local issues, we encourage you to contact them directly. As the League receives more questionnaires over the course of the next month, they will be posted. For more information about the candidate questionnaire, please contact Cindy Green.

 

 

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