|July 2, 2015
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Assembly, Senate, Legislation, Hot Bills
California City Solutions. Eureka’s Camp Cooper was submitted in 2014 for the Enhancing Public Trust, Ethics, and Community Involvement award category.
CA City Solutions, Helen Putnam, Community Services
announced that compared with May 2013, urban water usage is down 28.9 percent. This encouraging news reflects efforts being made by Californians to save water with the state in its fourth year of drought.
First Round of Shovel Ready, Transformative Investment Projects to Combat Climate ChangeThe California Strategic Growth Council (SCG) on Tuesday approved $121.9 million in competitive grants and loans to 28 housing and transit-friendly infrastructure projects that reduce greenhouse gas emissions contributing to climate change.
Affordable Housing, Cap-and-Trade, Greenhouse Gases, Grants and Funding
First Round of Public Transportation Investments to Combat Climate ChangeThe California State Transportation Agency (CTC) on Tuesday announced the 2015 recipients of $224 million in competitive grants that support high-quality public transportation and reduce greenhouse gas emissions causing worldwide climate change. These climate investments are funded by the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund using proceeds from the state’s Cap-and-Trade auctions.
Grants and Funding, Transportation, Cap-and-Trade, Greenhouse Gases
Apply by Aug. 7The Mayors and Council Members Department of the League of California Cities® is seeking enthusiastic, committed elected officials interested in becoming the department’s second vice president. This is a one-year term and the vacancy will be filled at the Annual Conference in San Jose in September.
Mayors and Council Members, Action Item
Planning and Community Development, Meetings and Events
Public Works Officers, Meetings and Events
BusinessPortal.ca.gov Consolidates Information on Starting a Business, State Permits and Regulations, Incentives and MoreThe Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) this week launched its California Business Portal, a one-stop-shop website for business owners looking for information and assistance. The new portal is designed to meet the needs of the business community with better online tools and contains information to business owners on starting a new business, permits and licenses, incentives, local resources and more.
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