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May 2016

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Executive Director's Message

The Rules of Our Trade

The Rules of Our Trade

A 6-year-old boy’s rules for his Spy Club provide food for thought regarding public service.

Executive Forum and Advanced Leadership Workshops: Training, Resources and Networking for Mayors and Council Members

Executive Forum and Advanced Leadership Workshops: Training, Resources and Networking for Mayors and Council Members

Continuing education is essential in every profession. These two conferences are geared to both experienced and recently elected mayors and council members.

Powerful Local Control Remedy Addresses El Cajon’s Alcohol Nuisance Problems

Powerful Local Control Remedy Addresses El Cajon’s Alcohol Nuisance Problems

For years, the City of El Cajon grappled with the impacts of aggressive panhandlers, transients, serial inebriates and illegal alcohol sales to minors.

Sustainability Offers a Path to Prosperity

Sustainability Offers a Path to Prosperity

Sustainable communities are often better able to thrive and become more prosperous; sustainability is not just about the environment.

On the Record

On the Record

City officials describe the most challenging aspect of their work on the city council.

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California Cities Helen Putnam Award for Excellence

Sanger Collaborates to Prepare Its Workforce

Sanger Collaborates to Prepare Its Workforce

The city worked with its major employers, the local transit agency and Reedley College to address a shortage of workers with needed skills.

Arts and Entertainment District Boosts Santa Clarita’s Economy

Arts and Entertainment District Boosts Santa Clarita’s Economy

The city revitalized a historic neighborhood using public infrastructure improvements, economic development and the arts to attract new visitors, shoppers and businesses.