LEBANON, Ky.— Randi Frank met with several other Kentucky city managers and administrators for a regional Kentucky City/County Management Association (KCCMA) meeting on August 10, 2018.
Lebanon Mayor Gary Crenshaw welcomed attendees to the city and introduced Lebanon City Administrative Officer John Thomas as host of the meeting. The agenda for the meeting included a presentation giving an overview of Lebanon’s economic development and tourism initiatives.
Serving as the current KCCMA President and City of Lebanon CAO John Thomas said, “It’s a real pleasure to have my peers visit Lebanon to see our new City Hall and learn from our experiences in economic development and tourism. I’m proud of our city staff, we’ve given the KCCMA members some great ideas. It’s great that we can learn from one another and take information back to our hometowns.”
The Kentucky City/County Management Association (KCCMA) is made up of city managers, city administrators and county administrators from 50 cities and/or counties in Kentucky. KCCMA was organized in 1977 and exists to encourage professionalism, competency and the value of professional management for cities and counties in Kentucky.
“I’m glad that Randi Frank Consulting is represented in this organization,” said Randi Frank, CEO of Randi Frank Consulting. “These regional meetings provide each manager with information about current issues we’re all dealing with, and we learn about new trends as well. It’s great to hear from other managers who are dealing with similar concerns elsewhere in the state.”
The Kentucky City/County Management Association is a membership organization that exists to improve the quality of government, cities, counties and services throughout Kentucky. To learn more about the organization, visit www.kccma.org.