Paul Herrera's aviation journey took off during high school when he received a scholarship to learn how to fly propeller planes at Santa Monica Airport.
Stanford Professor Michelle Wilde Anderson dives into the institutional challenges facing many cities and shows how local leaders and residents can come together to effect change.
"Fewer than a dozen California cities have formalized sister city relationships with Russian cities — but among them are some of the largest and most influential in the state, including Los Angeles (St. Petersburg), Long Beach (Sochi) and San Diego (Vladivostok). These cities should heed Zelensky’s call and renounce their sister city relationships with their Russian counterparts."
By Maureen Tobin & Kit Cole
By Kit Cole & Maureen Tobin
The state's rat population exploded during the pandemic. One group is raising awareness.
Visalia City Manager Randy Groom will be retiring in September after nearly 40 years in the public sector. Groom virtually sat down with California City News for an “exit interview” to give us some reflections on nearly four decades of public service.
The non-profit organization, USAFacts, serves as a national database of critical facts elected officials can use to empower their policy decisions during this election year, and also share important information with their constituents and other members of the public.
The coronavirus pandemic has breathed new life into the debate over “strong mayors.”
As many cities and counties deal with declining tax revenues and unemployment rates, there are opportunities to identify specific revenue streams that will off-set other declines.