Sheilah Strobel, Recorder for the Town of Parrottsville, was among
the 174 municipal finance officers who were awarded the Certified
Municipal Finance Officers (CMFO) certificate on Feb. 22 in Nashville.
At left is Chuck Shoopman. Jim Arnette is on the right.
|Published: 8:50 AM, 04/02/2013
Source: The Newport Plain Talk
NASHVILLE-Sheilah Strobel, Recorder for the Town of
Parrottsville, was among the 175 municipal finance officers who were awarded
the Certified Municipal Finance Officers (CMFO) certificate on Feb. 22 in
The program requirements were completed by 216 finance officers,
city recorders, city managers, and mayors. This class brought the overall total
of certified municipal finance officers to 313. These individuals completed a
two-year program that consisted of 11 courses covering eight different topics,
and they passed an exam for each course.
The CMFO program was developed after the state
legislature passed a law that required certain municipal finance officers to be
certified. MTAS worked with assistance from and review by the State of
Tennessee Comptroller's Office to develop the program objectives and content.
This certification program is at the forefront of programs nationwide that
focuses on the role of the municipal finance officer.
For more details, please see the Tuesday edition of the
Newport Plain Talk.
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