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Give Your Feedback on Sessions for the 2020 Annual Conference and Expo Program

April 29, 2020
League members are invited to take part in a unique opportunity to lend their voice on the preferences of session topics and speakers for the League’s 2020 Annual Conference and Expo, scheduled for Oct. 7-9 in Long Beach.
 
Part of the planning process includes an online survey from its members to have the best representation possible from the diverse interests of California cities. In addition, the League will share comments from the survey with session moderators so that they can tailor the panel to what would be most helpful to attendees.
 
The session survey will be available April 29 – May 6 for review.
 
Planning survey volunteers will receive an emailed packet of session descriptions with a link to the survey. The survey is expected to take between three to five hours to complete, depending on how many changes are proposed to the submitted sessions. Volunteers will have one week to complete the survey.
 
If you are interested in participating, please email your name, title, and city with the subject line Annual Conference 2020 — Proposal Review to education@cacities.org
 
Note regarding COVID-19 impacts on League Conferences: The League is actively monitoring the response to COVID-19 and considering impacts on mass gatherings. In anticipation that we will once again be able to gather again in October, the League is continuing the planning process for the Annual Conference and Expo. At the same time, the League is also considering options to move this important programming to a virtual conference setting. Either way, the session selection is an important step in moving the planning process along, and we appreciate your input and contributions.
 


 
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