California’s cities have been at the forefront of bold actions to manage the coronavirus pandemic. We talked to Carolyn Coleman, executive director of the
League of California Cities
, about the big challenges that the pandemic is bringing to cities across the state.
"Depending on how long the COVID-19 pandemic lasts, cities may not be able to physically access certain records due to office closures, limited staffing, or limited IT capability until they are permitted back into city offices," said Corrie Manning, general counsel for the league, which represents nearly 500 cities in the state.
(appeared in 22 media sources including Sacramento Bee
Fresno Bee, Merced Sun-Star)