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File #: LB 20-044   
Section: Legislative Business Status: Agenda Ready
Meeting Body: City Council
Agenda Date: 9/22/2020 Final action:
Subject: League of California Cities Annual Policy Resolutions: Adopt a Resolution Supporting the Singular League of California Cities Policy Resolution Being Considered at the 2020 League of California Cities Annual Business Meeting
Attachments: 1. Attachment I Staff Report, 2. Attachment II Resolution, 3. Attachment III LCC 2020 Conference Resolutions Packet

DATE:      September 22, 2020

 

TO:           Mayor and City Council

 

FROM:     City Manager

 

SUBJECT                     

 

Title                      

League of California Cities Annual Policy Resolutions:  Adopt a Resolution Supporting the Singular League of California Cities Policy Resolution Being Considered at the 2020 League of California Cities Annual Business Meeting                                                             

 

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RECOMMENDATION

Recommendation

 

That Council adopts a resolution (Attachment II) supporting the singular League of California Cities policy resolution that will be considered at the 2020 League of California Cities Annual Business Meeting. 

 

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SUMMARY

 

On July 21, 2020, the Council designated Mayor Barbara Halliday to be the City’s voting delegate, and Council Members Salinas and Wahab as the alternate voting delegates to the League of California Cities 2020 Annual Conference. Mayor Halliday, Council Members Salinas and Zermeño are attending the League of California Cities (League) 2020 Annual Conference, scheduled for October 7-9, 2020, which will be conducted virtually.

 

The League’s Annual Business (General Assembly) Meeting will take place on October 9, 2020, where voting delegates from member municipalities vote on the League policy resolutions being considered. 

 

Staff recommends that Council support the singular resolution identified by the League: a resolution calling to amend Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act of 1996 to require social media companies to remove materials that promote criminal activities.

 

ATTACHMENTS

Attachment I                     Staff Report

Attachment II                     Resolution

Attachment III                     LCC 2020 Conference Resolutions Packet