Fontana, Calif.- Mayor Acquanetta Warren has been appointed to the League of California Cities’ Governance, Transparency and Labor Relations Policy Committee. As a committee member, Warren will assist in shaping the League’s policy positions on issues facing California cities and advocating for cities at the State Capitol.
This committee is responsible for recommending to the League board of directors policy positions on state issues involving transparency, technology (open data), healthcare, elections and political reform, pension and workers compensation reform as well as other labor related issues. The committee meets quarterly to bring their expertise, opinions and recommendations to current policy discussions.
“I am honored to represent our great city of Fontana at the state level, and look forward to working alongside other members to help address and create solutions to current policy debates,” states Mayor Warren.
The appointment was announced by League President Jan Arbuckle, council member, Grass Valley. “I am proud to have Acquanetta Warren join the League’s Governance, Transparency and Labor Relations Policy Committee on behalf of her residents,” said League President Jan Arbuckle, council member, Grass Valley. “We will work together as a team, comprised of local front line leaders from across the state, to ensure that the local perspective guides the outcome of state policy decisions.”
For more information on the League’s policy committees, please visit www.cacities.org/polcomm.