“As city leaders, we work proactively with the private sector to support high quality service for our communities.”
Author: Sam Warlick
Last Friday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions sent letters to the cities of New York, Philadelphia, Miami–Dade County, New Orleans and Chicago, warning local leaders that they must prove their policing policies comply with federal immigration law or risk losing their Byrne JAG law enforcement grants. The letters are the latest in a string of administration attempts to force
On Wednesday, National League of Cities (NLC) Board Member and Kansas City, Missouri, Councilmember Jermaine Reed testified before the U.S. House of Representatives Oversight and Government Reform Committee’s Subcommittee on Intergovernmental Affairs. Appearing on behalf of NLC, Reed described how unfunded mandates place burdens on local governments and communities. In his testimony, Councilmember Reed provided
“Turning polluted properties back into productive real estate helps us create jobs in distressed communities while simultaneously improving public health and safety.” On Tuesday, Mayor Sal Panto of Easton, Pa., testified before the U.S. House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Committee’s Environment Subcommittee to advocate for brownfields redevelopment funding. Mayor Panto, Chair of the NLC
In his testimony, President Zone offered three suggestions on how Congress could increase or maintain funding for the EPA Brownfields Program, increase the overall grant funding to allow communities to cleanup more difficult sites, and resolve the disincentives created by potential liability to facilitate reuse of brownfields properties. On Tuesday, National League of Cities President
Innovation neighborhoods function at the center of community life and are therefore organically inclusive in nature.