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In their own words: city officials reflect on how their roles have changed since September 11 attacks. Sep 9, 2002 2015
Cities taking on new security roles amid economic concerns. Reinemer, Michael; Hoene, Chris Sep 9, 2002 1121
Cities and NLC: stronger still in 1997. Borut, Donald J. Dec 8, 1997 3462
NLC releases global economic study; most cities positive about economic competition. Arndt, Randy Jul 7, 1997 857
Members value organization. Schwartz, Mark Feb 24, 1997 2832
Most city leaders report optimism in 1996; local conditions continue improving. Woodwell, Jamie Jan 13, 1997 922
City leaders optimistic about ability to meet local needs. Arndt, Randy Jan 13, 1997 1142
Eye on local budgets: safety spending is up, productivity monitored. Arndt, Randy Jul 15, 1996 1685
Fiscal trends help develop overall pictures of cities fiscal health. Pagano, Michael A. Jul 15, 1996 1901
The municipal sector's ending balance as percent of expenditures and revenue expenditure trends. Jul 15, 1996 1115
'The teen-age problem:' it's us. Peirce, Neal R. Apr 8, 1996 1072
Cities are spending more to help kids; meeting needs is harder. Arndt, Randy Mar 25, 1996 1621
Reports of growth by cities reflects improved policies and long-term planning. Pagano, Michael A.; Dudas, Andrew Jul 10, 1995 1648
Safety, jobs, governance issues for cities require new thinking, approaches. Green, Herbert L., Jr. Jan 23, 1995 1885
Crime, jobs, mandates: NLC report on local officials' top concerns; Banks calls findings 'a contract for Americans.' (National League of Cities President Carolyn Long Banks) Arndt, Randy Jan 23, 1995 1594
Public safety, unfunded federal mandates top local concerns of NLC Opinion Survey. Green, Herbert L. Jr. Jan 23, 1995 395
Cities are able to maintain and increase service levels for citizens. Green, Herbert L. Jr. Jan 23, 1995 729
Guarded economic optimism revealed in city opinion survey. Arndt, Randy Jan 10, 1994 1450
Changing conditions in cities and towns spur guarded optimism in local officials. Barnes, William; Larmouth, Mary-Margaret Jan 10, 1994 1652
Survey shows economy, mandates, crime greatly concern local leaders. Barnes, William; Larmouth, Mary-Margaret Jan 10, 1994 720
More taxes, fees likely needed to maintain or improve municipal services. Barnes, William; Larmouth, Mary-Margaret Jan 10, 1994 727
Unfunded mandates rank as highest priority concern of local officials. Barnes, William; Larmouth, Mary-Margaret Jan 10, 1994 714
NLC survey studies local officials' perception of poverty: results reflect the severity and seriousness of the issue. Furdell, Phyllis Sep 13, 1993 1252
Local officials talk about making poverty reduction a top priority at home. Marinucci, Joseph; Simmons, Louise; Rice, Norman; Bacchus, Ken; Mahaffey, Maryann; Lee, Shelia Jacks Sep 13, 1993 661
NLC's 1993 City Fiscal Survey: executive summary. Pagano, Michael Jul 12, 1993 1555
Fiscal tensions tighten around city budgets for third year running; NLC leaders urge national focus on local economic health. Arndt, Randy Jul 12, 1993 1407
Economy tops local officials concerns. Arndt, Randy Jan 11, 1993 1435
Local matters in economic policy. Barnes, Bill Jan 11, 1993 568
Economy dominates officials' assessment of local conditions. Barnes, William; Eddins, Kevin Jan 11, 1993 1167
Local governments are changing and lack funds to meet community needs. Barnes, William; Eddins, Kevin Jan 11, 1993 456
Municipal officials offer priorities for new federal leadership. Barnes, William; Eddins, Kevin Jan 11, 1993 1187
City leaders concerned for future; push for domestic commitment; opinion survey tells of crises. Arndt, Randy Jan 20, 1992 2761
Local officials view future with pessimism. Barnes, William; Dickinson, David Jan 20, 1992 451
Ailing economies lead decline in local conditions. Barnes, William; Dickinson, David Jan 20, 1992 1442
Federal, state levels get poor rating from local officials. Barnes, William; Dickinson, David Jan 20, 1992 1094

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