Jan. 25, 2013
Issue #11

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San Francisco Receives Two Honors from U.S Conference of Mayors for Financial Innovation

Last week, the United States Conference of Mayors (USCM) honored the city of San Francisco for its financially innovative Kindergarten to College (K2C) program and the efforts of its Office of Financial Empowerment (OFE). League Second Vice President and San Francisco Treasurer José Cisneros played an integral role in the development of both K2C and OFE.

Key Words: Revenue and Taxation, Grants and Funding


League Secures New Keynote Speaker Following Speaker’s Untimely Death

Registration Open Until Feb. 6

Due to the sudden and unfortunate passing of keynote speaker, Kimberly Alyn, the League has secured Dr. Bob Nelson, a leading expert on employee motivation, performance, engagement, recognition and rewards to speak during both the Public Works Officers Institute and Planning Commissioners Academy on Feb. 27 – March 1 in Pasadena.

Key Words: Planning and Community Development, Public Works Officers, Meetings and Events


Register Now for the Municipal Law Institute’s Symposium on Feb. 8 at the UC Berkeley School of Law

Earn 5.75 Hours of MCLE Credit

This year’s Municipal Law Institute Symposium, “Local Governments Navigating the California Constitution: Rough Water and Shifting Sands,” will be held on Feb. 8 at the UC Berkeley School of Law. Attendees will earn 5.75 hours of MCLE credit.

Key Words: City Attorneys, Legal Updates, Meetings and Events


Let's Move Cities Towns and Counties – Renew Your Commitment

Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) Cities, HHS and the National League of Cities encourage League member cities to join Let's Move Cities Towns and Counties or renew their commitment if they joined in 2009 or 2010.

Key Words: Community Services








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