By Jo Cooper
The local government landscape is rapidly changing as baby boomers look to retire from their managerial roles and younger generati ons seek guidance to step into their shoes.
A local government leadership group in the US is helping address the associat ed – and unprecedented challenges.
When Dave Childs got a job as a planner in a town in Arizona in the 1970s, he was young.
At just 22, he borrowed a car for the interview, travelled a long way across the United States and, fortunately, someone took a chance on him.
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