Obesity-related health care and physical inactivity cost
California $41 billion annually. In their role as employers,
cities can affect two leading components of health: nutrition and
More than 1,500 city officials attended the League of California
Cities 2009 Annual Conference and Exposition held Sept. 16-18 in
San Jose. Dozens of sessions and workshops focused on timely…
Good times come and go. How can cities best position themselves
to weather the bad times? One city’s approach involves having a
fiscal-health contingency plan in place so it doesn’t face…
Cities are implementing a number of innovative strategies.
The Marine Life Protection Act gives cities a tool to protect
both economic and natural resources.