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Jump-Starting Local Economic Development, Legislative Session Milestones, Building a Sustainable Economy & More in Western City Now

May 11, 2012

Don't miss these articles in the May Issue of Western City magazine.

 
  • Creating Economic Development at the Local Level” — The City of Alhambra took bold steps to build its local economy early in 2012. Learn about this innovative program and how it works.
  • Key Milestones Ahead in 2012 Legislative Session” — One of the most critical periods for legislative action is between now and the first week of July. Are you poised to take action on behalf of your city? Your voice makes a difference!
  • Built to Last: Charting a Path to a Sustainable Economy” — The loss of redevelopment as a local community development tool, coupled with the lack of public and private investment in new jobs and infrastructure, means that many communities are searching for a path to recovery that’s built to last long term. Two very different cities — San Jose, with more than 1 million residents, and Taft, with fewer than 10,000 — offer remarkable examples of cities’ pioneering efforts to chart a more sustainable economic future.


 
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