Banking, taxes and marijuana were the topics of discussion as municipal and industry leaders gathered September 15 to talk about local impacts of the cannabis industry during the League of California Cities’ Annual Conference in Sacramento.
Three MISAC leaders presented on Getting the Most Value from Your City's Technology Investment at the League of California Cities’ Annual Conference & Expo at the Sacramento Convention Center on September 15.
City of Lancaster Mayor and California Choice Energy Authority Board Member R. Rex Parris is due to deliver the keynote speech at the California Community Choice Association (CalCCA) 2017 Annual Meeting: Education for Emerging CCAs, on Tuesday, October 3.
The City of Palmdale City Council approved a consultant services agreement with California Choice Energy Authority (CCEA) to conduct a feasibility study and develop an implementation plan for the City’s participation in a Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) program.
The California Energy Commission recently announced that the City of San Leandro will receive $1.99 million in grant funding through its Local Government – Energy Innovation Challenge (EIC) program, representing the largest grant awarded by the Commission.
Authorized in California under AB 117 (2002), Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) programs enable local governments to purchase and generate electricity for residents, businesses and municipal facilities within a community.