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April 22, 2015
by Bill Lucia
Route Fifty

Peoria licensed the tool from a California-based nonprofit organization called Next 10, which focuses on civic education and engagement.

The group first began working on the budgeting tool in 2004 and released it the following year. The initial version focused on the California state budget and evolved out of the group’s other outreach efforts. Sarah Henry, Next 10’s program director, said 12 cities and two school districts have licensed the tool since 2007 and that there are currently four live versions.

Asked what advantages the online application provides compared to other approaches to budget outreach and education, Henry pointed to the number of people it had helped Next 10 reach, saying that over the years about 500,000 people had used the tool in California.

December 1, 2014
by Margot Roosevelt
Orange County Register

Silicon Valley is often described as the hub of California’s clean technology economy, but Los Angeles and Orange counties are in the forefront of innovations in advanced transportation, according to a new report.

November 28, 2014
by By F. Noel Perry and Doug Henton
The Business Journal

Drought is becoming the new normal in California. The latest news reports show California’s biggest reservoirs continue their decline and recent rains have barely made a dent in the state’s overall drought picture.

November 24, 2014
by Erik Anderson

California's clean technology industry is booming, according to a new report. But different regions have different strengths.

November 24, 2014
by Business Journal staff
The Business Journal

Helped by its knowledge of water and agriculture, the San Joaquin Valley has become a driving leader in the clean economy, according to a new report by Next 10.


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