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September 2015

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Executive Director's Message

Those Pesky Elephants in the Room

Those Pesky Elephants in the Room

A number of “elephants” lurk in city halls statewide.

Fighting Hunger and Obesity When Kids are Out of School: Summer Meals in Your Community

Fighting Hunger and Obesity When Kids are Out of School: Summer Meals in Your Community

The Summer Meal Coalition offers support to cities developing plans to meet 2016 goals.

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News from the Institute for Local Government

Cities, Counties and Schools Work Together to Stretch Community Dollars

Cities, Counties and Schools Work Together to Stretch Community Dollars

A newly updated online resource provides a framework for implementing partnerships.

Challenges of Closing the Digital Divide

Challenges of Closing the Digital Divide

The City of Winters illustrates the difficulties of deploying broadband in smaller cities.

League of California Cities 2015 Annual Conference & Expo Highlights

League of California Cities 2015 Annual Conference & Expo Highlights

Take a look at the conference’s networking opportunities, Expo and more.

Palo Alto Builds on a Legacy of Innovation as a Sustainable Community

Palo Alto Builds on a Legacy of Innovation as a Sustainable Community

Many of the more progressive policies and programs in place today started as smaller pilot programs.

League’s Latino Caucus Celebrates 25 Years of Leadership

League’s Latino Caucus Celebrates 25 Years of Leadership

The Latino Caucus was the first diversity caucus established within the League.

Annual Conference Preview Expo Exhibitors

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California Cities Helen Putnam Award for Excellence

Rancho Cucamonga Involves Youth to Improve Community Health

Rancho Cucamonga Involves Youth to Improve Community Health

Young people help inform and shape policies that improve healthy eating and active living.