As Orlando gets its first “bar czar,” other cities focus on balancing quality-of-life issues with supporting businesses that thrive after sundown.
More than 950 designs were submitted from around the world.
Tourists and the defense and tech industries will be offered a chance to test the vehicles.
In an interview at SXSW, the mayor Florida's fourth-largest city discusses how city hall is helping to create an “atmosphere of innovation for entrepreneurs” to flourish.
From engaging underserved populations to preparing for climate change’s most devastating effects, these cities have their work cut out for them.
“It’s important that we as mayors begin a larger discourse about how we prepare for and respond to these types of events,” Mayor Buddy Dyer tells the U.S. Conference of Mayors.
The ‘Most Difficult Day in the History of Orlando’ Prompted a Massive Intergovernmental Show of Force
America’s deadliest mass shooting required a swift response from state and local agencies and other stakeholders to deal with the immediate danger and to manage the continuing crisis.
Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: New Mexico fights endangered wolf releases; Pompton Lakes’ unusable, new dog park; and water testing up among Flint residents.
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray: “We will stand together and we will be strong” in the face of the deadliest mass shooting in American history.
Also: Hoping to end the gerrymander in Ohio and working to turnaround the criminal justice disaster in Maryland
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