|Oct. 10, 2014
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legislative representatives on Wednesday, Nov .12 from 2–3:30 p.m. for a webinar updating members on policy developments from the 2013-14 Legislative Session.
Meetings and Events, Legislation
CSCDA/CSCDC Announces $10.5 Million in New Markets Tax Credit Financing for Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Orange County
League-Sponsored Program Finances Building to Help Increase Services to 10,000 Children
The California Statewide Communities Development Corporation (CSCDC) has provided $10.5 million of New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) allocation to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County to finance the purchase and renovation of a 52,565-square-foot office building in Santa Ana. Founded in 1958, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County serves over 2,500 children in Orange County and the Inland Empire with the support of more than 1,600 volunteers through community and school-based mentoring programs.
Public Works, Meetings and Events, Transportation
Meetings and Events, Fiscal Officers
Mayors and Council Members, Meetings and Events
If pensions are cut, the losers are public employees,” addresses the effect of U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Christopher Klein’s decision last week in the city of Stockton bankruptcy proceedings. The judge ruled that pensions can be reduced as part of Chapter 9. Ms. Statusboll argues that public pensions are a form of deferred compensation, paid into by both the employee and employer.
State Treasurer Makes Case at the Bond Buyer Conference in San DiegoState Treasurer Bill Lockyer gave his final keynote address at the California Debt and Investment Advisory Committee on Wednesday in San Diego. The meeting occurred before the start of Bond Buyer’s Public Finance Conference and the treasurer chose the occasion to comment on last week’s ruling by U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Christopher Klein in the city of Stockton mater that CalPERS pensions can be altered through Chapter 9 bankruptcy.
California City Solutions. Elk Grove’s Grace House was submitted in 2014 for the Housing Programs and Innovations award category.
Helen Putnam, CA City Solutions, Housing
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