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CSCDA Seeks Projects Located in Low Income Neighborhoods for Tax Credit Program

April 26, 2012
The California Statewide Communities Development Authority (CSCDA) can now facilitate investment in low-income communities through the use of New Markets Tax Credits (NMTC) and is currently seeking potential projects to include in the allocation pipeline.

League of California Cities' 2012 Major Bill List - April 24, 2012

April 24, 2012
The League revised its major bills list this week. The following list represents the bills that League staff is following closely.

Bills in Committee: April 23 – 27

April 23, 2012
It’s going to be very busy in the Capitol this week with the Legislature set to hear 665 bills in various committees by Thursday.

More Changes Underway for Corrections As Realignment Progresses

April 23, 2012
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) announced changes are underway to address population management, staffing, and facilities use in light of the new realities resulting from realignment.

Little Hoover Commission Schedules Public Hearings on Governor's Reorganization Plan

April 23, 2012
The Little Hoover Commission has scheduled public hearings on April 23 – 25 to review Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposal to reorganize a number of state agencies.

League Releases Third Q & A Guide on Post-Redevelopment Legal Issues - Transfer of Housing Assets

April 20, 2012
The League has released the third in a series of question and answer guides to assist cities struggling with issues arising from ABx1 26, the redevelopment dissolution statute.

AB 1692 Seeks to Unravel Provisions of Last Year’s Municipal Bankruptcy Bill

April 20, 2012
This week the League was surprised to learn that AB 1692 (Wieckowski) was amended in an effort to unravel key features of AB 506 (Wieckowski), last year’s carefully negotiated municipal bankruptcy bill.

House Adopts Federal Transportation Reauthorization Bill

April 20, 2012
The House approved a transportation bill on Wednesday afternoon that should allow the discussion on a long-term transportation reauthorization to move to a conference committee.

Free Economic Development Tools Webinar for Members on May 10

April 20, 2012
On Thursday, May 10, the League will host a free webinar for members to explore options for promoting economic development in the aftermath of redevelopment elimination.

Contract Attorneys and Other Individuals Hired on Temporary Basis by Cities and Other Government Agencies Entitled to Qualified Immunity

April 20, 2012
The United States Supreme Court issued a unanimous and very favorable decision for cities in Filarsky v. Delia this week.

2013 City Manager's Department Meeting - Call for Session Proposals

April 20, 2012
Don’t miss this opportunity to speak before the key decision-makers in California cities.

Oxnard Council Member Appointed to Commission on State Mandates

April 20, 2012
Gov. Jerry Brown announced last week the appointment of Oxnard Council Member Maria Carmen Ramírez to the California Commission on State Mandates.

This Month in Western City Magazine

April 20, 2012
Don't miss these articles in Western City magazine.

Plan to Attend the League's Asian Pacific Islander Caucus Breakfast on April 25

April 20, 2012
The League’s Asian Pacific Islander Legislative Caucus is holding a breakfast reception just prior to the opening session of the League’s Legislative Action Days on Wednesday, April 25 from 8 – 9:30 a.m..

Three League Hot Bills Pass Out of Committees This Week

April 19, 2012
Several of the League's "hot bills," AB 2231 (Fuentes), AB 2312 (Ammiano), and AB 1551 (Torres) passed out of committees this week. All of these bills are opposed by the League.

Post-Redevelopment Legislation Update

April 19, 2012
Obtaining necessary changes to the redevelopment dissolution process and working on new economic development tools for local agencies are top priorities for the League.

League Hot Bill AB 1627 Withdrawn From Committee, Dead in Assembly

April 17, 2012
AB 1627 (Dickinson) was pulled from the Assembly Business, Professions and Consumer Protection Committee agenda today and will not move forward this year.

Bills in Committee: April 16 - 20

April 16, 2012
Last week the League published its major bills list that indicated which bills the League is tracking that have significant impacts to local government.

Walmart Launches Campaign to Fight Hunger in U.S. Cities

April 16, 2012
Earlier this month Walmart launched its national campaign, "Fighting Hunger Together," geared at helping to end hunger in local communities.

League Releases Second Q & A Guide on Post-Redevelopment Legal Issues

April 13, 2012
The League has released the second in a series of question and answer guides to assist cities struggling with issues arising from ABx1 26, the redevelopment dissolution statute.
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