Dec. 1, 2014

Issue #110

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Scotts Valley Council Member Stephany Aguilar Assumes League of California Cities Presidency

Scotts Valley Council Member Stephany Aguilar last Friday became the president of the League of California Cities. She succeeds former Arroyo Grande Mayor Tony Ferrara who was not re-elected last month. Rancho Cucamonga Mayor Dennis Michael, who has served as second vice president since September, also advances to League first vice president with Lodi Council Member JoAnne Mounce advancing to second vice president. San Francisco Treasurer José Cisneros remains immediate past president.


New and Re-Elected Lawmakers Arrive in Sacramento for Swearing-In Ceremony

Significant Number of Representatives from Local Government

California lawmakers returned to Sacramento this week for the swearing-in and organization of the 2015-16 legislative session.

Senate, Assembly

City Managers’ Department Accepting Applications for Three Distinct Awards

The League of California Cities’ City Managers’ Department is accepting nominations for the three prestigious awards presented annually to distinguished members of the department.

City Managers
1400 K Street ■ Sacramento, CA 95814 ■ (916) 658-8200
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