The city plans to salute everybody’s favorite chomping-yellow orb with a new street mural.
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Know of a great example of how a good idea was implemented to benefit state or local government? We’re looking to profile our 50 Navigator Awards finalists starting later this summer.
Texas Voter ID Law Found in Violation of Voting Rights Act; Baton Rouge Mulls Making Police City Residents
Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: No Tucson City Council term limits for now; a former Pennsylvania treasurer indicted; and Manatee County's soon-to-be property surplus.
In November, Golden State voters will decide the fate of 17 ballot measures, including conflicting approaches to the death penalty, a proposal specific to the pornography industry, and an initiative to legalize recreational marijuana that runs 65 pages long.
IT reorganization, mobile apps and open data projects set Arlington County, Va., apart from others of its size.
By introducing personal choice into the energy purchasing equation, Athens County is empowering residents to reduce their consumption.
Starting Thursday, Los Angeles County plays host to the National Association of Counties annual gathering. On Friday, Executive Editor Michael Grass will moderate panel discussions at NACo’s Technology Innovation Summit. Watch it live.
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“Boston’s focus on its website as a product that lives and can be managed going forward is a great perspective that a lot of government agencies have trouble adopting.”
Also is our State and Local Daily Digest: L.A. area beaches closed due to raw sewage; North Dakota plots cyber strategy; and Pa. judge uses new tactic for opioid abuse.