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Orange County Division of the League of California Cities
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The collection includes records documenting the Orange County Division of the League of California Cities' activities during the 1960s and 1970s, a period of explosive growth in Orange County, California. These activities included advocacy on issues of importance to the member cities. Of particular note are materials related to the dissolution of the Orange County Harbor District.
Through legislative advocacy, policy development, training and education, and a forum for the discussion of both state and regional issues, the Orange County Division of the League of California Cities, strives to achieve the following goals: • “To educate and stimulate, encourage and coordinate the communications of ideas and information among city officials; • To develop broad support on issues and advocate those views to other governmental agencies and the public and; • To improve the quality of life in cities by assisting city officials to make services more efficient and more responsive to the citizens of our cities.”
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Materials are open for research.