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The League Steps Up on Pension Reform

The League Steps Up on Pension Reform

Pension costs for most California municipalities are likely to increase 25 percent or more in the next three years. If sizable increases in pension costs are not mitigated, many cities will be forced to further reduce services and staffing to fund the pensions of those who remain on the payroll or are retired from service.

November 2011
Protecting Consumers and Enhancing Public Safety

Protecting Consumers and Enhancing Public Safety

A voluntary statewide certification program for massage professionals complements local governments’ rules and regulations.

October 2011
Strategies for Creating a More Collaborative, Effective Council

Strategies for Creating a More Collaborative, Effective Council

September 2011
League of California Cities 2011 Annual Conference & Expo Highlights

League of California Cities 2011 Annual Conference & Expo Highlights

September 2011
League of California Cities 2011 Annual Conference & Expo Preview

League of California Cities 2011 Annual Conference & Expo Preview

August 2011
San Carlos Takes a Different Approach to Cost Cutting

San Carlos Takes a Different Approach to Cost Cutting

The city needed a new strategy to solve a $3.5 million structural budget deficit.

August 2011
Meeting the Challenges of Plug In Electric Vehicles

Meeting the Challenges of Plug In Electric Vehicles

July 2011
Evaluating Green Fleet Options

Evaluating Green Fleet Options

Cities and counties throughout California are considering adopting policies and programs to “green” their fleets by purchasing fuel-efficient and alternative-fuel vehicles.

July 2011
Meet Twitter: Social Media for City Officials Short on Time

Meet Twitter: Social Media for City Officials Short on Time

June 2011
How Redevelopment Works for California’s Communities

How Redevelopment Works for California’s Communities

May 2011