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Fontana’s Public-Private Partnership Builds a World-Class Park

Fontana’s Public-Private Partnership Builds a World-Class Park

September 2010
Using Safe Routes to School

Using Safe Routes to School

September 2010
Annual Conference Preview: Conference Offers a Multitude of Opportunities

Annual Conference Preview: Conference Offers a Multitude of Opportunities

More than 1,500 city officials will gather in San Diego form Sept. 15-17 for three days of educational sessions, social media training, policy discussion and more.

September 2010
Making Contracts Stick

Making Contracts Stick

September 2010
The 2010 California Green Building Standards Code Raises the Bar

The 2010 California Green Building Standards Code Raises the Bar

July 2010
Six Key Considerations for Diversifying Your Water Supply Portfolio Using Desalination

Six Key Considerations for Diversifying Your Water Supply Portfolio Using Desalination

July 2010
The Beacon Award: Local Leadership Toward Solving Climate Change

The Beacon Award: Local Leadership Toward Solving Climate Change

May 2010
Sunnyvale Dramatically Accelerates Capital Improvement Projects

Sunnyvale Dramatically Accelerates Capital Improvement Projects

Innovative thinking helped Sunnyvale speed the execution of about 30 projects with a total value of $60 million. A winning combination of low bids, grants and a streamlined administrative process have allowed the program to grow from its targeted $60 million in projects to more than $100 million in less than a year.

May 2010
Jobs and the State’s Inability to Connect the Dots

Jobs and the State’s Inability to Connect the Dots

California’s economy is in the worst shape since the Great Depression, and the state is shutting down its only viable source of economic development.

May 2010
Enough Is Enough! Join the Fight to Save Vital Local Services

Enough Is Enough! Join the Fight to Save Vital Local Services

Ongoing state raids and state borrowing of local revenues continue to jeopardize the services that Californians need most. Borrowing local taxpayer and transportation funds exacerbates budget problems because those borrowed funds have to be repaid with interest-out of taxpayers’ pockets.

April 2010