|May 29, 2015
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Placeholder Language on Redevelopment Proposal IncludedThe Assembly Budget Committee on Wednesday adopted the FY 2015-16 budget reports from its budget subcommittees by a vote of 15-8, moving it to the full joint-house Budget Conference Committee. The Senate took this action last Friday.
Assembly, Senate, Legislation, State Budget
Assembly, Senate, Legislation, Hot Bills
Don’t Miss This CalPERS Webinar Next Week to Learn MoreCity officials who have just stretched to accommodate the current round of CalPERS rate increases into their FY 20015-16 budgets are STRONGLY urged to tune in next week for a CalPERS webinar explaining the options the CalPERS Board of Administration is studying to reduce risk and volatility in the fund. Both strategies are intended to ensure the long-term sustainability of the fund and will have impacts to member and employer contributions in the future. It is important to note that taking no action may pose an even higher risk of rate increases in the future.
Pension, Aciton Item, Meetings and Events
Proposals due by June 5The deadline to submit a request for a session proposal for the 2016 City Managers Department Meeting is fast approaching. Don’t miss this opportunity to present to this important group during their annual meeting being held Feb. 3-5, 2016 in Indian Wells.
City Managers, Meetings and Events, Action Items
California City Solutions. Palm Spring’s Bicycle-Friendly Community was submitted in 2014 for the Public Works, Infrastructure and Transportation award category.
CA City Solutions, Helen Putnam, Infrastructure, Public Works, Transportation
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