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Councilmember Calvin receives committee appointment for League of California Cities

Councilmember Calvin receives committee appointment for League of California Cities

San Bernardino Councilmember Kimberly Calvin has been appointed to the League of California Cities Community Services Policy Committee by League President Cindy Silva of Walnut Creek.

“I am honored to serve the people of San Bernardino on this policy committee,” said Calvin, who represents San Bernardino’s Sixth Ward. “We have worked very hard to have a greater voice in California crafting policies on issues that directly impact us.”

The League of California Cities, which represents California’s 476 cities, sponsors, drafts, and takes positions on legislative and regulatory matters impacting cities across state. The Community Services Policy Committee specifically focuses on childcare, parks and recreation, libraries, natural disaster preparation, cultural arts, and community and human services programs, including homelessness.

City Manager Rob Field was pleased to learn of Calvin’s appointment.

“We are the largest city in the county,“ said Field. “We need to have a seat at the table when discussions take place in Sacramento that could affect our residents. Councilmember Calvin will do an excellent job representing the city of San Bernardino.”

Calvin’s appointment was effective January 3rd and runs through Spring of 2023.

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