TWO AGENCIES IN DISPUTE-LAFCO'S ROLE IN ASSISTING IN RESOLVING THE CONFLICT

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TWO AGENCIES IN DISPUTE - LAFCO'S ROLE IN ASSISTING IN RESOLVING THE CONFLICT

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TWO AGENCIES IN DISPUTE - LAFCO'S ROLE IN ASSISTING IN RESOLVING THE CONFLICT

Two public agencies are in dispute over future boundaries, and past unmet conditions of approval. What can a LAFCo do to assist in resolving these types of conflicts? How can a LAFCo navigate the dispute minefields while keeping a neutral role? Join us as we consider two case studies, and learn tools that can be used to assist in mediating disputes.

• Free to all CALAFCO members

• Non-members registration is $125 (Non-members may only register if representing a local government or state agency in California.)

• Registration closes Sunday, September 18, 2022 at 5 p.m.

• Approved for 1.5 AICP CM credits

Panelists:

  • Carolyn Emery, Executive Officer, Orange LAFCo
  • Priscilla Mumpower, Local Government Analyst, San Diego LAFCo

Moderator:

  • Gary Thompson, Executive Officer, Riverside LAFCo

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