Experts believe that November 2016 will be a favorable election for local agencies in California seeking to pass new revenue measures or renew existing ones. December 2015 is the time to start preparing. Be provided with the information you need to begin planning for the polling, communications, and the procedural steps that are necessary to inform your residents, get a measure on the ballot, and maximize the odds of a successful outcome.
No shortage of significant CEQA practice issues arose in 2015. The Legislature continued to seek ways to refine the statute. The Supreme Court has several important CEQA cases under review. Four years of drought and an extended time-horizon for greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction call for new innovations in CEQA practice. The annual CEQA Conference will again focus on the timeliest topics with high-caliber sessions. This session, with Meyers Nave's Tim Cremin, will cover practice tips and case law regarding deferred mitigation.
Please join us for this informative session, which will provide an overview on Public Contracts as well as updates regarding recent legislation.