Free trial access now available for MTA member townships
MTA is now offering free trial access to ten of our "Essentials" webcasts, for Conference registrants and officials with MTA-member townships, available through the end of June 2020.
This is a great opportunity to check out MTA webcasts on a huge variety of topics, from assessing to tax collecting to zoning -- and everything in between!
Looking for more details? Click the links below to get started:
Don't miss out -- this offer ends June 30!
May ZBA workshop now available in virtual format
This three-part course will cover a plethora of problems and questions you and your ZBA may encounter, from roles and duties of the ZBA to handling variances, appeals, review standards and understanding conflicts of interest. This course is offered "on-demand" which means there is no set date and time -- you can view it whenever is convenient for you!
As a bonus, those who purchase and view t by the end of May can submit your questions to the speaker, planning and zoning guru Steve Langworthy, and receive a written compilation of answers to all questions submitted.
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F-102: Land Use - Defining Your Township's Future (4-part series; valid for 6 credits)Contains 5 Component(s)
This four-part series covers a variety of land use-related topics, from building a great team, to defining your master plan, developing your township's zoning strategy and dealing with new and emerging issues. Valid for 6 credits in MTA's TGA program.
Roles & Functions of the Zoning Board of Appeals (3-part series)Contains 3 Component(s)
This three-part series takes a deep dive into the roles and functions of the ZBA. Bonus: Get the chance to have your questions answered by the speaker, planning and zoning guru Steve Langworthy -- simply purchase & view the webcast by May 31, 2020, then submit your questions to MTA. Learn more below.