|Oct. 6, 2015
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League of California Cities’® Annual Conference Brings Together City Officials for Education, Recognition, Networking and ResourcesOver the course of three days last week, 2,000 California city officials joined together at the League of California Cities’® 117th Annual Conference & Expo in San José. The event featured approximately 50 educational sessions, 265 exhibitors, engaging keynote speakers, recognition of excellent work by cities, along with individual recognitions the adoption of several resolutions and the swearing in of new League’s executive officers and board of directors.
Meetings and Events, Board, Institute for Local Government, Helen Putnam
Assembly Member Alejo, Assembly Member Cooley, Sen. Beall Honored Last FridayCalifornia cities have three very strong champions in the three state lawmakers honored on Oct. 2 with the League of California Cities’® prestigious Legislator of the Year Award. Typically only one individual is selected for this award, but the extraordinary contributions made this year by Assembly Member Luis Alejo (D-Watsonville), Assembly Member Ken Cooley (D-Rancho Cordova) and Sen. Jim Beall (D-San José) all deserved commendation.
Meetings and Events, Board, Legislation
Meetings and Events, Board
City of Monrovia Wins $3,000 U.S. Communities Voucher for Grand Prize during League Annual ConferenceThe city of Monrovia won the grand prize drawing on Friday, Oct. 2, during the closing general session of the League of California Cities’® 117th Annual Conference & Expo. For the second year in a row, the League sponsored U.S. Communities http://www.uscommunities.org/lccprogram offered a $3,000 voucher as the grand prize to be used with any of the program’s 40 plus suppliers to purchase a wide range of products or services.
Meetings and Events, Financial Solutions for CA Cities
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