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Northern Illinois University
DeKalb, Illinois 60115-2854
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Overview
Founded in 1972, the Illinois Association of Municipal Management Assistants (IAMMA) is an organization for professionals working in municipal management throughout the State of Illinois.

Membership
IAMMA's membership includes professionals serving as assistant administrators/managers, administrative interns, assistant department managers and directors in Illinois municipalities, counties, and councils of government.

Are you a member yet? IAMMA provides many services to its members. Please browse our site and discover how IAMMA is an organization that will keep you informed and connected to developments in municipal and county government.

Get Connected. Stay Connected.
Whether you're interested in social or professional connections, the Illinois Association of Municipal
Management Assistants (IAMMA) has established a presence beyond our website in the online world.  Reconnect and stay in touch with IAMMA members in your area and around the nation.  IAMMA has a networking group on Facebook at www.facebook.com  with the group name "Illinois Association of Municipal Management Assistants." 

We hope you will join us online while we continue to build relationships and strengthen connections with IAMMA memberships and partners.

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The Village of Skokie, established in 1888, has a rich cultural heritage which continues to grow as members of many ethnic and cultural background choose to call their Skokie home each year. In addition, Skokie residents enjoy the best in municipal services. In 2003, Skokie became the first municipality nationwide to achieve nationally accredited Police, Fire and Public Works Departments, and a ISO Class 1 Fire Department.
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The Village also has not increased its property tax levy since 1991 and there are no local taxes on natural gas and electric utilities. Added to that is a near-suburban location connected by major highways and public transportation to Chicago and O'Hare Airport. (Learn more about this community)