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Register Now for the 2013 City Managers’ Department Meeting in San Francisco

October 5, 2012
Registration is now open for the League of California Cities’ 2013 City Managers’ Department meeting in San Francisco being held on Jan. 30 – Feb. 1, 2013.

Municipal Finance Institute Registration Open Until Oct. 29

October 5, 2012
Join municipal finance directors, city management and municipal finance professionals Nov. 28 –  29 in San Jose for the League of California Cities Municipal Finance Institute. Register today to ensure you get housing at the Fairmont Hotel for the outstanding rate of $140 plus tax.

Applications Due Nov. 1 for CalRecycle’s Rubberized Pavement Grants

October 5, 2012
CalRecycle is now accepting applications for its FY 2012-13 Rubberized Pavement Grant Program (formerly known as the Rubberized Asphalt Concrete [RAC] Grant Program). The grants encourage local governments to use rubberized pavement to increase recycling of California-generated waste tires.

Western City’s October Articles online

October 5, 2012
Read these articles online in the October issue of Western City magazine.

League-Hosted Federal Sequestration Webinar Set for Oct.10

October 2, 2012
The League will host a free webinar on Wednesday, Oct. 10 for members and League Partners to learn about federal sequestration.

Governor Signs Local Government Omnibus Bill Containing Provisions to Clarify Last Year’s SB 244

October 2, 2012
Last October, Gov. Jerry Brown signed SB 244 (Wolk), which requires cities to update the land use element of their General Plan by the next revision of their housing element to plan for disadvantaged unincorporated communities, including communities outside a city's boundaries if it is in the city's sphere of influence. This year, the League was able to make a small, but important clarification with regards to this onerous requirement.

Gov. Jerry Brown Completes Action on Bills

October 1, 2012
On Sept. 30 Gov. Jerry Brown completed action on bills for the 2011-12 legislative session. The Governor in the end was consistent with 72.4 percent of the League’s 29 signature and veto requests.
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