|March 2, 2015
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The National League of Cities (NLC) will hold its annual Congressional City Conference in Washington, D .C. from March 7-11. During the conference, participants from throughout the nation will engage and meet with U.S. Senate and House of Representatives members and their staff to discuss federal policy issues of paramount importance to cities and local governments.
The deadline for the League’s Mayors and Council Members’ Department survey has been extended to Friday, March 6. The department is conducting the brief online survey to assess a range of issues related to city elected officials to help the department best meet the needs of its members. Survey results will guide the department’s executive committee’s efforts to improve communication, increase participation and plan department-led educational programming.
Mayors and Council Members, Action Item
For the third consecutive year, the Judicial Council and State Controller’s Office (SCO) will partner to provide in-person training on trial court revenue distribution. The Judicial Council’s Court-Ordered Debt Task Force established this ongoing training in 2013 for court, county, city, and parking entities that perform revenue collection and distribution activities.
Legal Updates, Meetings and Events
Register Today for Either March 4 or 25 Webinar
Sponsored by the League of California Cities, the California Statewide Communities Development Authority (CSCDA) established the CSCDA Open PACE Program to offer its members a turn-key PACE solution that provides residential and commercial property owners the choice among prequalified PACE financing providers.
Financial Solutions for Cities, Meetings and Events