through this issue as it appears in print
City leaders worked hard to ensure that local government remained
accessible and residents were able to participate in council
meetings and obtain essential services.
This increasingly popular program bridges the digital divide and
fosters intergenerational communication.
Reducing the minimum lot size for duplexes and triplexes and
revising current open-space requirements are among the city’s
proposed zoning updates.
With just a few taps on a smartphone app, residents can check out
an electric vehicle, get in, and go.
California cities are experiencing a $7 billion general revenue
shortfall over the next two fiscal years from the sharp downturn
in economic activity and additional pandemic related expenses.
Taking proactive steps is the key to preventing or recovering
from a cyberattack. Cities should implement preventive measures
with an emphasis on best practices.
“Missing middle” housing helps to address the growing demand for
walkable communities, respond to shifting household demographics,
and meet the need for more housing choices.