|Dec. 2, 2016
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Deadline to submit is Friday, Jan. 6Did you know that 95 percent of each year’s conference programming comes directly from the open call for proposals? City officials have great ideas, which make great learning opportunities for other cities. The League of California Cities® is accepting session proposals for the 2017 Annual Conference through Jan. 6 for the Sept. 13-15 conference in Sacramento.
Action Item, Meetings and Events
League-Sponsored Bond Agency Issues $171.2 Million in Tax-Exempt Bonds, Loan for Affordable Housing in Orange, Rehabilitation Center in San Francisco, Retirement Community in Los Angeles and Nonprofit in OaklandSome of the most significant benefits of League membership for cities since 1988 have flowed from the League’s co-sponsorship of the California Statewide Communities Development Authority (CSCDA).
Financial Solutions for CA Cities, Affordable Housing
California City Solutions. The city of Davis’ Protected Intersection was submitted in 2016 for the Public Works, Infrastructure, and Transportation award category.
CA City Solutions, Helen Putnam, Public Works, Public Safety
Cities Encouraged to Provide Feedback, Comments due Dec. 8The California Energy Commission recently (CEC) released its SB350 Low-Income Barriers Study Recommendations. The study examines the challenges to and opportunities for increasing access to energy efficiency, weatherization and renewable energy investments for low-income customers. CEC is soliciting feedback from local government to better understand how to assist and strengthen local government efforts in addressing these barriers.
Legislation, Environmental Quality
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