You spoke up, we listened. At the recommendation of the Legislative Priorities Committee, the Board of Directors created our top 2016 Legislative priorities. This list includes five priorities that cities will address with state lawmakers in the upcoming legislative session.
The Trust leverages the power of a large purchasing pool to benefit members. The plans offer choices with comprehensive coverage and differing levels of premium costs to fit budgets of all sizes. See the 2016 percentage increase/decrease for each plan.
The newest edition of Cityvision explores the primary strategies for addressing climate impacts including mitigation (reducing greenhouse gases) and adaptation (preparing for changes already under way).
The Washington State Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) announced a 2% average increase in workers' compensation. Rate changes for cities and counties are much higher than the computed average. See how this might affect your budget.
Attend an AWC Regional Meeting to get the latest legislative and programmatic information. Or invite us to come to your community to share about the upcoming 2016 legislative session.
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Employee Benefit Trust
Risk Management Service Agency
Workers Comp Retro
Drug & Alcohol Consortium
AWC Annual Conference
City Action Days
Labor Relations Institute
Center for Quality Communities
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National League of Cities