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    Senator Mike McGuire (D-North Coast) has been named Majority Leader of the California State Senate by Senate President Pro ...

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    The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) distributed CISA Insights: “Implement Cybersecurity Measures ...

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    Congressional Outlook The House and Senate are in session this week. The Senate was originally scheduled for ...

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    The Special District Leadership Foundation has created and funded a Technology Grant for 2022. The Technology Grant is open ...

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    New Grant Opportunities This is your weekly grant opportunities update from The National Special Districts Coalition. Special ...

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    In response to the proposed State Budget, CSDA Chief Executive Officer Neil McCormick urged Governor Gavin Newsom to partner ...

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    AB 1543 (Bloom) , a measure that would have diverted property tax increment away from special districts, cities, counties, ...

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    The National Special Districts Coalition (NSDC) has published a special report outlining newly authorized and updated programs ...

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  • A program supporting economic growth and community livability in Tillamook County for nearly two decades.
  • On January 9, a community-building memorial was held across Montecito to remember and honor the victims and survivors of the 1/9 Debris Flow
  • A $1.9 million contract to rehabilitate the waste-activated sludge dissolved air flotation thickener at the El Dorado Hills Waste Water Treatment Plant and a $2 million bid to replace dump trucks, fleet pickups and get a snowcat won unanimous approval of the four board members in attendance Jan. 10 at the El Dorado Irrigation District meeting.