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League Health Benefits Marketplace Informative Webinar Thursday Aug. 11

August 8, 2016
Please join the League of California Cities® for an informational webinar on the League’s new Health Benefits Marketplace (HBM) this Thursday, Aug. 11 at 10 a.m.

Late Breaking Sessions Added to League Annual Conference Schedule

August 5, 2016
Two new sessions have just been added to the lineup for the League of California Cities® Annual Conference & Expo, Oct. 5 – 7 in Long Beach: Lower Your OPEB Liability through the League Health Benefits Marketplace and Massage Establishments — Challenges and Solutions.

Now Accepting Proposals for the 2017 Planning Commissioners Academy

August 5, 2016
Do you have an idea for a new planning commissioner’s session that will inspire and motivate attendees? 

Upcoming Cities for Workforce Health Webinar on Establishing and Implementing Healthy Workplace Policies

August 5, 2016
Join the League Partner program Cities for Workforce Health on Aug. 11 for a free one-hour webinar on workplace wellness policies. 

League-Sponsored Bond Agency Issues $25 million in Tax-Exempt Bonds for Vista Sonoma Senior Living Apartments in Santa Rosa and $6.75 million in Tax-Exempt Bonds for Pacific Collegiate Foundation in Santa Cruz

August 5, 2016
Some 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).

League of California Cities Launches Health Benefits Marketplace

August 3, 2016
The League this week announced a new tool available for its member cities — the League of California Cities Health Benefits Marketplace™ (HBM).

Prospects Uncertain for By Right Housing Proposal

August 3, 2016
Since Gov. Jerry Brown unveiled his by right housing proposal, which would pre-empt local discretionary land use approvals of specified housing developments by having all such approvals be considered “ministerial” actions, the League has been a vocal opponent because it would eliminate opportunities for public input and project-level environmental review and restrict design review which are necessary to ensure public transparency, accountability and achieve quality development.  

The California Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA) has launched a program to provide pro bono professional planning assistance to financially constrained municipalities and community groups throughout California and Baja California.

August 3, 2016
The California Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA) has launched a program to provide pro bono professional planning assistance to financially constrained municipalities and community groups throughout California and Baja California.

Bills in Committee upon Legislature’s Return: Aug. 1-5

August 1, 2016
The Legislature returns today and has until Aug. 31 to wrap up any remaining business from the 2015-16 legislative session.
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