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Introducing League Roundtable Discussions as A New Opportunity for Member Collaboration

April 29, 2020
As part of the League’s COVID-19 response efforts, a new virtual networking opportunity for League members will become available starting next week. 
 
These Roundtable Discussions will be participant driven and will provide an opportunity for members to collaborate with each other. A few days prior to the call, registrants will receive a quick poll to help determine the points of discussion.
 
Roundtable Discussions will be held for each Professional Department every other week. In addition, many city managers and elected officials are holding virtual discussions on a regional basis. If you are interested in learning more about what is available in your Regional Division, please contact your Regional Public Affairs Manager
 
During these difficult times, the League’s goal is to ensure that we are a conduit to help information flow freely as best as possible. We are all in this together, and we know that our ability to come together as a city family will prove beneficial.
 
The Roundtable Discussions are available to League members free of charge. Once you have registered the first time, you will automatically receive information about each of the subsequent discussions. 
 
Information on the first call will be sent out via the League’s listservs and forums later this week. You will also be able to find information at www.cacities.org/events as it becomes available.   
 
For more information, or if you have specific questions, please email or call Brandon Black with our member services team at (916) 658-8204.


 
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