|November 14th AM or PM Sessions available
The Miami Valley Communications Council Invites you to attend
Everything you need to know about Local Government
Each of Ohio’s local governments creates records on a regular basis. Today, physical storage is at a premium and
recent legislation has brought public records to the forefront, so now is the perfect time to review, or begin, your
government’s records management program. Do you find yourself asking,
“when is it okay to dispose of public records?” Or, “Is there a process to follow?”
Key Concepts will include:
• Pertinent Definitions and Ohio Revised Code
• RC Forms (RC-1, RC-2, RC-3)
• Procedures and Inventory Preparation
• Records Commissions & Determining Retention Periods
• Storage Considerations & Media Type Decisions
Instructor: Amanda Rindler
Amanda Rindler is the Local Government Records Archivist with the State Archives at the Ohio History Connection.
As the Local Government Records Archivist, she provides records related advice and assistance to local governments
in order to facilitate the identification and preservation of records with enduring historical value.
Amanda holds a BA in History from Ball State University and a Master’s of Library Science with specialization in
Archives and Records Management from Indiana University. She is a member of the Academy of Certified Archivists,
Society of Ohio Archivists, and National Association of Government Archives and Records Administrators.
|Who Should Attend:||Employees who are responsible for managing records and record retention. Although the program would be useful to all local government employees.|
|When:||Thursday, November 14th
Miami Valley Communications Council
1195 East Alex Bell Road, Centerville, OH 45459
|Cost:||$25 Members/$30 Affiliates & Partners/$35 Non-Members
Workshop will be invoiced After the class.
Space is limited! Please register within 5 days of the training date to attend.
Register at MVCC Online Registration
Cancellations must be made within 1 week prior to the day of training; otherwise your city will be charged the course fee.
|Questions?||Jenny Combs, MVCC, Administrative Assistant