October 25, 2013

Issue #113

Editor's Note

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Are Changes to the State Initiative Process on the Horizon?

On the heels of an earlier report released Oct. 8, the Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) held an event yesterday focused on discussing reforming California’s initiative process. The panel discussion featured members representative of the three branches of government: Former Assembly Speaker Willie Brown (legislative), Former California Governor Gray Davis (executive) and Retired California Chief Justice Ronald George (judicial).


What to Expect at Two League Educational Events in December

Deadline to Register — Nov. 12

The League of California Cities offers annual educational training opportunities for the various departments within the organization. There are two events coming up this December, the Municipal Finance Institute and the City Clerks New Law & Elections Seminar. Below is a preview of a couple of sessions that will be offered at each event. Reserve your spot now to make sure you don’t miss out on these premier events.

Meetings and Events, City Clerks, Fiscal Officers

City Managers Department Meeting Registration Now Open

Registration for the 2014 City Managers Department Meeting is now open. The conference and hotel registration deadline is Tuesday, Jan. 14. This year’s meeting will take place Wednesday – Friday, Feb. 5 – 7 at the Hyatt Regency Long Beach. Register now and ensure your participation in this important meeting.

Meetings and Events, City Managers

Upcoming Workshops, Board Meetings and Legislative Hearing Calendar

A number of workshops, hearings and board meetings are being held during the next few months that may be of interest to city officials. Check out the full story to see if any of these upcoming events are of interest to you and your city.

Assembly, Senate, Meetings and Events
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