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Learn About Top Federal Issues Impacting Local Governments at the NLC Congressional City Conference

February 5, 2020
At the Congressional City Conference scheduled for March 8-11 in Washington D.C., city officials will learn more about the common challenges affecting cities, get specialized training to build leadership skills, and conduct productive meetings with federal representatives regarding issues important to cities.
 
The National League of Cities (NLC) strategically and effectively positions local government priorities to key representatives in Congress. NLC represents the nation’s 19,000 municipalities, offering local leaders access to collaborate with peers nationwide.

Conference delegates will learn more about the emerging trends affecting local government, how to continue innovation, and go deeper on the issues with legal experts and industry thought-leaders. The conference also gives local leaders an opportunity to meet with federal partners to fund and implement services that will further support and protect their community.
 
Visit NLC’s Congressional City Conference website for more information about sessions and events and to register for this event.
 
California City Officials Meet at NLC
California attendees registered for NLC Congressional City Conference are invited to join the League-hosted event on Monday, March 9 from 6-7:30 p.m., located at Thurgood Marshall East Room, Marriott Wardman Park, 2660 Woodley Road NW, Washington, D.C.


 
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