The state is doling out $30.2 million in license fees from three new casino projects to counties and municipalities.
Helping citizens build smarter communities through GIS technology the can help spur innovation, form connections and ultimately lead to action.
Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: Kansas’ unprocessed Medicaid applications more than thought; desert town’s $238,000 hedge headache; and Pennsylvania’s state troopers set to retire en masse.
Plenty of old, outdated, “zombie” native mobile apps are still around, swaying and shuffling around the app stores without serving a useful purpose for the government agencies that created them.
So far, only five states have approved comprehensive family and medical leave laws, but legislators in many other states are pushing for similar measures.
As incomes fall across the nation, even better-off areas like Sheboygan County, Wisconsin, are faltering.
Contrary to a recent article, “smart” transportation technologies like those from Sidewalk Labs aren’t really a big secret. Plus, cities want them.
The controversial bill has cleared the House and made its way through the Senate Wednesday.
Legacy networks are constraining when cities must meet connectivity demands, according to Verizon’s VP of SLED markets.
Lawmakers are meeting to consider changes to the controversial law, according to media reports.