Department of Finance Releases HUTA Estimates for Proposed FY 2020-21 State Budget
January 21, 2020
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The second year of a two-year legislative session kicked off the first week of January with amendments to proposed housing legislation SB 50. The League urges city officials to send letters in opposition of SB 50.
OPPOSE SB 50 (Wiener) Planning and zoning: housing development: streamlined approval: incentives. Sample City Letter
We are very excited to present the League of California Cities 2019 Annual Report, which captures in writing, in pictures, and by the numbers the organization’s achievements in support of California’s 482 cities last year.
The California Municipal Law Handbook committee of the League’s City Attorneys’ Department met on Jan. 16 and 17 at the League offices in Sacramento for their annual review and update of the municipal law resource. This year’s committee, appointed by the department president, included 14 city attorneys from throughout the state who dedicated their time to updating the guide with the review of thousands of proposed changes over 13 chapters containing nearly 1,600 pages.
Relationships, networks and collaboration play a key role when advocating for policy and legislation on behalf of cities — particularly when opposing viewpoints may be involved. Get tips for communicating with your legislators in
this month's Western City magazine.