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Volunteer Judges Needed for the 2013 Helen Putnam Award for Excellence Selection Process

May 10, 2013
The League is calling for dedicated volunteers to help select the 2013 Helen Putnam Award winners.
 
This small time commitment helps to identify and celebrate your fellow cities' innovative programs.
 
Interested judges should submit this form by Friday, May 24 to Melissa Lienau or fax it to (916) 658-8240. The form includes a list of Helen Putnam category juries. Please note the dates and times of the meetings when selecting jury choice. You are ineligible to volunteer on a jury for which your city is submitting an award entry.
 
All judges will have the ability to view and score all applications online. Volunteers will meet via conference call to determine the winning city.

What is the Helen Putnam Award?

Established in 1982 by the League of California Cities, the California Cities Helen Putnam Award for Excellence program recognizes outstanding achievements by California's 482 cities. These winning cities have made unique contributions to community residents and businesses, contributions which have resulted in lower costs or more effective delivery of services.
 
The purpose of the California Cities Helen Putnam Award for Excellence program is to recognize and promote the outstanding efforts and innovative solutions by city governments to:
  • Improve the quality of life in local communities; and
  • Implement efficiencies in service delivery and operations; and
  • Provide services responsive to the local community.
Sponsored by the League Partners, the Helen Putnam Award for Excellence program was designed to recognize and promote the outstanding efforts and innovative solutions made by city governments each year.

For more information please visit the Helen Putnam page on the League website.


 
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