March 29, 2013
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Since Gov. Jerry Brown signed ABx1 26 on June 28, 2011, 81 lawsuits have been filed in Sacramento County Superior Court related to this statute and the later-enacted statute, AB 1484 (2012).
Key words: Legal Updates, Econonomic Development, Redevelopment
Bill Would Give OPR Authority to Conduct Analysis of Local Land Use Projects
The League has taken an oppose position on SB 673 (DeSaulnier), a bill that would prohibit the approval of any retail or commercial facility estimated to receive over $1 million in subsidies unless a comprehensive analysis is prepared by the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research (OPR) or a public agency or private entity under contract with OPR.
Deadline to Register to Today for Sacramento Meeting
There’s still time to register for the League’s 2013 Legislative Action Day Preview Webinar and Annual Legislative Action Day & Reception.
Key words: Meetings and Events, Legislation
Event is April 26–27 in Sacramento
The University of Southern California (USC) has announced the curriculum for its Executive Education Forum for Policy (EXED) for Local Leaders. Scheduled April 26–27 at USC’s State Capital Center in Sacramento, this is the first time that this program will be held in Northern California. Successful programs have already taken place at the Southern California campus, with more scheduled for this spring.
Key words: Revenue and Taxation, Legal Updates, Administrative Services
The April issue covers a variety of helpful topics, including how to get your city’s public meetings back on track, opportunities to save on pension costs through collective bargaining after pension reform, the new Cities for Workforce Health program, making the transition from local government office to the state Legislature, and much more.
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