• California JPIA CEO Jon Shull Celebrates 25 Years of Service

    The California Joint Powers Insurance Authority’s (California JPIA) culture of approachability, professionalism, and commitment to members emanates from the leadership of Chief Executive Officer Jon Shull, who signed on in 1995 and took the helm as Chief Executive Officer in 2002. Shull celebrates 25 years of service to the Authority this month.
  • Executive Interview with Ana Cortez

    Civic Business Journal sat down with City Manager Ana Cortez, to get a little background on her history and what inspired her to become a City Manager.
  • Lindsay Unified School District Authorizes Second Wave of Energy Infrastructure Modernizations

    On Oct. 14, 2019, Lindsay Unified School District’s (LUSD) Board of Trustees authorized a second wave of energy infrastructure and sustainability modernizations.
  • Silver & Wright Welcomes Attorney Sam Siavoshi

    Attorney Samuel (Sam) Siavoshi brings diverse and wide-ranging legal skills to Silver & Wright. His unique real-world experiences include serving as an attorney in the United States Air Force, as well as working, living and studying abroad in multiple countries.
  • California JPIA Receives Accreditation with Excellence

    The California Joint Power Insurance Authority (JPIA) has been awarded Accreditation with Excellence by the California Association of Joint Powers Authorities (CAJPA) for a three-year term from 2019-2022.
  • Executive Interview: Carla Hansen of MMANC

    Carla Hansen has been involved with MMANC for almost eight years, and is their current president. We asked her to talk some more about how local government has influenced her life, and tell us some more about her time with MMANC.
  • The Waze Connected Citizens Program

    Waze is doing more than just getting their users from point A to point B. Their Connected Citizens Program, or CCP, is launching a global initiative to improve traffic conditions, reduce road congestion, and improve transportation infrastructures. And cities can get in on the act!
  • Cathy DeFalco Presents at the Arizona Corporation Commission

    California Choice Energy Authority (CalChoice) Director of Procurement and Regulatory Cathy DeFalco presented on the benefits of community choice aggregation (CCA) to the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) on July 30, 2019.
  • CSAC 2019 Challenge Award Recipients

    The California State Association of Counties has released their 2019 Challenge Award Recipients, which honors 51 programs from 27 counties across the state. Choosing from 284 entries, the list spotlights the most innovative programs developed by California’s Counties.
  • CalChoice to Complete Community Choice Aggregation Study for the City of Santa Barbara

    The City of Santa Barbara has partnered with California Choice Energy Authority (CalChoice) to complete a study that will determine whether a community choice aggregation (CCA) program in the City would be successful.