TS President to Attend CCCA SLOT
Tripepi Smith President Ryder Todd Smith will attend the California Contract Cities Association (CCCA) 51st Annual State Legislative Orientation Tour (SLOT) from Jan. 8 to Jan. 10 in Sacramento. This is the Association’s first opportunity to present the Contract Cities 2018 Legislative Priorities. This is the seventh consecutive year that Ryder will attend the conference.
“The CCCA SLOT is a great way to kick off the new year and meet with members of the legislature and governor’s office for quality face time that will help push Contract Cities’ agenda. I encourage elected officials and their city staff to attend this event, as it can have a huge impact on critical legislation that affects California communities,” said Smith. “Having attended for several years, I see firsthand the efforts local city council members put into working with Sacramento to improve their communities.”
For more information about the 2018 Sacramento Legislative Tour, click here.
About Tripepi Smith
Tripepi Smith is a marketing, technology, and public affairs firm located in Orange County, California. Its clients include for-profit, non-profit, and public agencies throughout the state of California. Through a unique mix of marketing and technology prowess, Tripepi Smith provides a competitive advantage for organizations seeking to leverage the Internet to achieve their communication goals. The firm also provides full content creation services, including: ghostwriting, collateral development, photography, video production, search engine marketing, search engine optimization, email marketing campaigns, and website design and execution. Tripepi Smith clients include: City of Culver City, City of Daly City, City of Millbrae, California City Management Foundation, City of Duarte, City of La Cañada Flintridge, City of Livermore, City of Paramount, City of Bellflower, and City of Norwalk.
About the California Contract Cities Association (CCCA)
CCCA is a collection of member cities united for a common cause. Born in 1957 as the direct result of the “Lakewood Plan”, CCCA grew from eight contracting or member cities to 70 member cities today with more than seven million residents. Membership growth remains one of the main priorities of the Association. CCCA serves as a rallying point for cities contracting for municipal services to ensure constituents receive the best service at the minimum cost. Through municipal seminars, education, and exchange of ideas and information, CCCA combines resources to influence policy decisions that affect member cities.