|March 27, 2015
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Key Provisions Would Be Extremely Harmful to Local AgenciesThe Senate Budget Subcommittee No. 4 on State Administration will next take up a comprehensive set of changes to redevelopment dissolution laws proposed by the Department of Finance (DOF) when it meets on April 9.
AB 74 (Calderon) to improve the accountability and management of these operations, which benefits both the quality of services delivered to consumers and the communities where they are placed.
Group of Election Bills Moves on to Various Committees, League Prepares for Next Hearing on Redevelopment ProposalThe Legislature will be on Spring Break next week. Legislative hearings and policy committee meetings will resume when legislators return on April 6. The League is preparing for the April 9 hearing of the Senate Budget Subcommittee #4 when the Department of Finance’s redevelopment dissolution budget proposal is taken up. The League has taken an opposed unless amended position on this proposal.
Legislation, Legislative Hearings, Redevelopment, Elections
California City Solutions. Hayward’s Route 238 Corridor project was submitted in 2014 for the Public Works, Infrastructure and Transportation award category.
CA City Solutions, Helen Putnam, Public Works, Transportation
Institute for Local Government
Mayors and Council Members, Meetings and Events
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