After the early bird registration ends on Jan. 21, the cost to participate increases from $150 to $175.
Panels will focus on: water rights, drought, and enforcement; water issues related to CEQA and land use; alternative water supplies, including storm water, groundwater, and recycled water; water and public works finance issues including those related to Proposition 218; and conflicts of interest, including an update on the new FPPC Regulations and conflict of interest issues relevant to public works projects.
Titled “Ensuring Integrity in 21st Century California: Water & Public Works in Our Arid State,” the symposium will be held on Feb. 5 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento.
This annual event is co-sponsored by the Municipal Law Institute of the League of California Cities®
, McGeorge School of Law, the County Counsels’ Association and the State Bar of California Public Law Section.