After serving more than 20 years for the City of Huntington Park and three terms on the City Council, Mario Gomez has termed out of council. Mario served for eight years as a Huntington Park City Planning Commissioner, prior to being elected to the council first in 2003, in 2007, and again in 2011. Mario […]
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At the February 2015 ICFA Board of Directors meeting, a motion was approved to finance a $38 million bond refunding of two manufactured home communities located north of San Diego in the City of San Marcos – Palomar East Estates and Palomar West Estates. The project will be a joint effort, carried out by Millennium […]
In an effort to increase awareness of ICFA, the organization is embarking on efforts to cement its relationship with current members, connect members with the full benefits of their membership, and recruit new members to the team. To aid in this effort, ICFA has engaged Sara Appel as the new Member Liaison. Sara’s role […]
As your city looks to the future, consider the follow five reasons to use California’s premier JPA as a funding resource.
All across California, cities are realizing substantial savings by making incremental changes to their infrastructure. Consider the often-overlooked light bulb. A city courthouse with roughly 1,500 light bulbs would see an estimated $378,000 in savings by swapping incandescent bulbs for LED. The catch is that those LED bulbs require an upfront investment. California’s City leaders […]
ICFA is pleased to announce the appointment of its newest board member, Edwin Hernandez.
ICFA passed a resolution authorizing the issuance of revenue refunding bonds to benefit the Pillar Ridge Mobile Home Park in Moss Beach, California.
ICFA is proud to announce their support of the Home Buyer LA Event coming up on Saturday, May 31, 2014, at California State University Los Angeles.
On March 20, 2014, ICFA hosted a successful half-day seminar exploring how cities are overhauling their infrastructure to save both energy and money.
While cities across California continue to struggle financially, many are realizing that there is one expense that is entirely under their control – their electricity bill.