There's no better time for the nation's mayors to come together to work on their shared priorities and build a brighter-more inclusive-future for all Americans," said USCM
President and Columbia (SC) Mayor Steve Benjamin.
's function includes the following: helping develop and promote effective national urban/suburban policy; building stronger and more effective federal-city relationships; monitoring the effectiveness of federal policy in terms of its service to urban needs; helping mayors develop leadership and management tools; and creating a forum where mayors can share ideas and information.
The CommunityWINS grant program is administered by USCM
and funded by the Wells Fargo Foundation.
is the official nonpartisan organization of 1,400 cities with populations of 30,000 or more.
: In this report, minimum and maximum values were reported based on the size of the cities (defined by range of population).
Prior to the USCM
meeting, NAA reached out to its affiliated associations urging them to contact their local mayors in support of the resolution.
So if our metro areas aren't doing well, the entire country suffers," said USCM
President Mesa (AZ) Mayor Scott Smith.
Ten measures USCM
passed include the support of resilient communities, stronger building energy codes, TIGER (Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery) grants and improving infrastructure.
"We greatly appreciate the support for visa reform by the USCM
and US Chamber of Commerce," said Dow.
Mitchell Jr., councilmember, Charlotte, N.C., was in Baltimore, Md., to bring greetings to mayors attending the United States Conference of Mayors (USCM
) 79th Annual Meeting.
With this in mind, the President of the EU Committee of the Regions, Mercedes Bresso, was in Washington DC, on 20 January, talking about the issue at the US Conference of Mayors (USCM
), where 230 American mayors were gathered for the organisation's winter plenary.
-- SustAIAnability 2030 Toolkit: For the 2030 Tool Kit, the AIA partnered with the United States Conference of Mayors (USCM
) to encourage city leaders to promote high-performance, sustainable building design with a goal of reaching a 50 percent fossil fuel reduction by 2010 and carbon neutral buildings by 2030.