Rural City Information Exchange: Legislative Update on Cal Cities Priority Legislation - Shared screen with gallery view
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Is SB 1338 fully funded or will local government be expected to pay for any of these services?
More information on the measures I just discussed can be found here: https://www.calcities.org/news/post/2022/06/22/behavioral-health-care-legislation-takes-center-stage-at-the-state-capitol
Wouldn't housing have to be consistent with adopted and State certified General Plan?
SB 1000 invites alerts to criminals doesn't it? Police and Sheriffs oppose it?
You can find Cal Cities positions, letters, and sample letters for your city to submit at https://www.calcities.org/advocacy/bill-search.
High hazard fire areas need their utilities underground for safety and continuity of services. Do you agree?
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