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Every day, articles are written and opinions are made over the finances in California, both at the state and local level. California Public Finance Radio gives you an insider's perspective as to how different aspects of finance work within California. While the focus will be from a primarily local perspective, statewide issues that affect municipalities will also be discussed. Before you form your opinion, listen to a (mostly) objective perspective to have a better understanding of how it all works! Listen to California Public Finance Radio!
Are you willing to put your life on the line for what you believe? Twelve advocates of supporting good neighborhood public schools have certainly done so. The Mayor of Chicago, Rahm Emanuel, wants to close Dyett public school, strategically located in the Hyde Park area bordering the Bronzeville community, forcing families to have to travel miles away from home to reach a nearby public school. In Chicago, traveling to outside neighborhoods could be fatal, given the unchecked gang violence that cost so many lives last school year. The bottom line issue is always money. The Dyett High school building would serve those well who want to include it in a real estate deal as the city negotiates space in Hyde Park for the new Presidential library. And as for the safety and education of the children? The city has chosen to ignore an excellent plan for the reopening Dyett as a Dyett Global Leadership and Green Technology School. Mr. Jitu Brown and Dr. Ayesha Wade Bey join us to give an update on the hunger strike.
in The Bible
This episode will remind us that our enemies, whatever and whomever they may be, are already defeated! Our enemies expects us to fail from reaching our promise, but it is God's Grace and Mercy that helps us to fight and walk in Victory. We cannot afford to let frustration and emotions hinder our focus and attention, but our focus must stay consistent in moving towards our Promise!
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Tim Echols, Public Service Commissioner.
Tim Echols was elected to the Public Service Commission in 2010. Prior to joining the commission, he founded “TeenPact”, a “mock legislative” youth program that he expanded to 38 states. When he ran for the Public Service Commission, Mr. Echols emphasized consumer protection, clean energy, and accountability. He continues to focus on those issues today.
Today's public sector workplace is much different than it was even five years ago. Technologies are fundamentally shifting the way people work, where they work and how their collaborate an connect with their coworkers and associates.
In this episode of the Public Sector View Radio, Greg Zweig, the Director of Solutions Marketing at Genband, and Chuck Griesser, a Public Sector Business Development Manager at Polycom, join the program to discuss how today’s advanced telephony and Unified Communications solutions are ushering in the “workplace of the future” in the public sector, and how these technologies could be more accessible than folks realize.
August 7, 2015
From:Brent Sinclair [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, August 6, 2015 5:44 PM
Subject: records request
Re: June 23, 2015 Request Regarding Outside Legal Services
Dear Mr. Sabatino:
This email is in response to your verbal and written request for public records received by the City during the Council meeting on June 23, 2015. On July 17, 2015, the City provided you with a list of law firms in response to your request and indicated that we would provide you the remaining information on or before August 6, 2015. Government Code Section 6253 subdivision (c), requires that City indicate“the estimated date and time when the records will be made available.”
We have worked extremely diligently and actively on your request, however, given the high volume, age of the records and location of the records that you are seeking, we must adjust our estimated date of disclosure. The new estimated date of disclosure is August 24, 2015 at 5 pm.
Please contact me if you have any questions.
City Manager’s Office
ONE OF THE MOST DIFFICULT THINGS THAT JESUS EXPECTS OF US CHRISTIANS IS TO LOVE OUR ENEMIES. IT'S EASY TO LOVE THOSE WHO LOVE YOU, BUT IT'S A DIFFERENT STORY WITH THOSE WHO DON'T RESPOND POSITIVELY, YET IT REMAINS A REQUIREMENT TO INHERIT A PLACE IN THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN. MAYBE PART OF THE PROBLEM IS THAT WE REALLY DON'T GRASP WHAT HE IS SAYING. WE'LL TALK ABOUT IT SUNDAY MORNING ON SUNDAY MORNING COMING DOWN AT 7:30. WE'LL EVEN USE THE EXAMPLE BY A GREAT LEADER IN THE 20TH CENTURY TO SHOW JUST WHAT GOD MEANS.
THE SUNDAY MORNING COMING DOWN DEVOTIONAL SERIES WAS INSPIRED BY ONE OF JOHNNY CASH'S GREAT SONGS BY THE SAME NAME. JOHNNY WAS A SINNER LIKE ALL OF US, YET HE CAME TO REALIZE THE IMPORTANCE OF PRAYER AND BELIEF IN JESUS CHRIST AND HE CLEARLY REFLECTED IT AS HE MATURED AND LOOKED BACK ON HIS LIFE THROUGH HIS MUSIC. I HOPE YOU'LL JOIN US FOR A SHORT MESSAGE, SOME GOOD MUSIC AND A SHORT PRAYER. WE'RE LOOKING FORWARD TO HAVING YOU JOIN US.