The LGA recognizes its members who have performed work on a LGA project or other project of significant importance to the LGA or local government generally. The purpose of the award is to encourage greater service to LGA and/or local government. This award category was established in 2003.
An eligible attorney or project that has made significant contributions based on the evidence of effectiveness and success of the project, including scope, importance, duration of benefits derived by LGA or local government, and membership involvement.
The level of difficulty in implementing and/or sustaining the project will also be a consideration. Examples of past types of such work include the recodification of Title 15.1, significant amicus brief work, and Report of the LGA on Local Government Structure.
Nominations for the award will be considered every year, but the LGA reserves the right not to present the award during any year when it believes there are no qualified candidates. The award, when given, is presented at either the LGA spring or fall conference.
The LGA solely intends to rely on voluntarily submitted information for making these awards.
If you would like to make a nomination for this award, please e-mail LGA awards committee Chair Milissa Spring at email@example.com or call 703-777-0307. Please state the reason(s) you believe the nominee(s) should receive the award along with any other pertinent information. Specific deadlines for submission of nominations will be published at appropriate times throughout the year in issues of the Bill of Particulars and on the LGA website.
|LGA Ad Hoc Committee on Sign Ordinances||Fall 2016|
|Ellen F.M. Posner||Spring 2012|
|LGA Ad Hoc Committee on Noise Ordinances||Fall 2010|
|LGA Procurement Forms Ad Hoc Committee||Spring 2010|
|Michael S.J. Chernau
Leslie L. Lilley
|James V. McGettrick||Spring 2008|
|LGA Pro Bono Committee
LGA Committee On Issues Affecting Local Government Law
|LGA Economic Development Incentives Project Group||Fall 2004|
|LGA Committee on Issues Affecting the Development
and Interpretation of Local Government Law for its work
with the 2002 General Assembly Joint Subcommittee
studying the State and Local Conflict of Interest Act (COIA)