One of the features of this year’s Annual Meeting will be a discussion about Joe Mathews and Mark Paul’s new book “California Crack-Up: How Reform Broke the Golden State and How We Can Fix It”. At the Thursday afternoon luncheon, the authors will talk about their book and its suggested remedies for reform.
Every two years at the CSAC Annual Meeting, we conduct a workshop that provides county officials with an opportunity to satisfy their state law (AB 1234) ethics training requirements. At our upcoming Annual Meeting in Riverside County, this workshop will be held on Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 16.
Last week, Stateline.org ran a series of stories examining the impacts of state cash shortfalls in California, Illinois, and New York.
A major goal of the CSAC Annual Meeting each year is to provide county officials with the latest information that they just won’t find anywhere else. While we expect this to happen at all our workshops, one in particular this year will provide news that is hot off the press. On Wednesday morning of the [...]
Among the topics we will be covering at our upcoming Annual Meeting, set for Nov. 16-19 in Riverside County, is one that all counties must face in the near future: redistricting.