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Annually cities and counties must adopt, via resolution, a list of projects they intend to fund through SB 1 in order to be eligible for funding in the upcoming fiscal year. Project lists must be submitted to CTC by May 1.
League News
The Committee to Protect Our Communities formed on April 18 to oppose the “Tax Fairness, Transparency and Accountability Act.
Gov. Jerry Brown met with the League Board on April 19, in a productive meeting that touched on many of the most significant challenges for cities. 
Nevada City Council Member Jan Arbuckle was elected first vice president and Murrieta Council Member Randon Lane was elected second vice president.
Conferences & Education

The League of California Cities® is taking submissions for session proposals and speakers for the 2019 City Managers Department Meeting, which is scheduled for Feb. 13–15, 2019 in San Diego. 

Mark your calendars for Sept. 12–14 for the League’s 120th Annual Conference & Expo in Long Beach.
Opportunities for Cities

This free event will be an opportunity for public agencies to learn how to save time and money through the U.S. Communities program.
More News & Events

Senate President pro Tem Atkins and Assembly Member Aguiar-Curry Brief City Officials Prior to Capitol Meetings

City officials came to Sacramento on April 18 for the League's annual Legislative Action Day to advocate on issues facing California cities this legislative session.

SB 827 (Wiener), one of the highest priority bills this year, failed to pass out of the Senate Transportation and Housing Committee. 

April is a very busy month in the Capitol with a full agenda of legislative policy committees and the Governor’s May Budget Revise fast approaching in early April.