September 1, 1996
- Written by American City & County Administrator
- 1st September 1996
City of Tucson ordered to pay paramedic $3.8 million for not providing designated breastfeeding roomThe Tucson, Ariz., government has been ordered to pay a city fire paramedic almost $4 million for failing to provide her with a private area to pump breast milk. When Tucson paramedic Carrie Clark returned from maternity leave in 2012, she asked her employer for a private room to pump breast milk, Tucson TV station […]
The 10 best cities to celebrate 4th of JulyThe Fourth of July is a time to celebrate our country’s independence and democracy, all to the tune of ample fireworks, cookouts and fun times with family and friends. However, some places celebrate our Independence Day better than others. Financial news and information site WalletHub compared the 100 most populous American cities using 20 metrics […]
Aspen joins growing list of cities to ban the sale of flavored nicotine productsAdd Aspen, Colo., to the growing list of cities banning the sale of flavored nicotine products in an effort to curb what some experts are calling an epidemic of teen “vaping.” “It is, I think, our duty on council and in government to protect public health, and this ban, which I fully support, not only […]
How cities and electric companies can unlock a powerful partnershipJesse Berst, chairman of the Smart Cities Council, explains the goals and opportunities cities and electric utilities share, as well as what they can offer each other.