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Silver & Wright LLP Renews Sponsorship of California City Management Foundation

Jun 17, 2020

Silver & Wright LLP has renewed its Corporate Member-level sponsorship of the California City Management Foundation (CCMF). As the premier advocacy and support organization for city managers, CCMF promotes and encourages excellence in city management throughout California.

Both Silver & Wright and CCMF are committed to supporting the next generation of city managers as they combat blight and save funds, and to advocating for city managers’ access to resources to cultivate stable and safe communities. These common standards have reinforced Silver & Wright’s ongoing partnership with CCMF.

“City managers are obligated to preserve and protect their residents’ quality of life,” says Founding Partner Curtis Wright. “Silver & Wright’s support of CCMF helps develop well-informed city managers who understand that code enforcement and dangerous nuisance abatement is central to not only the physical health but also the financial health of their communities.”

Silver & Wright LLP attorneys regularly volunteer by teaching classes and speaking at seminars and conferences all over California on issues relevant to receiverships, nuisance abatement, code enforcement, and police services. The firm’s attorneys have developed unique and cutting-edge solutions to achieve success for their clients in cost-effective ways.

For more information about CCMF, visit www.cacitymanagers.org.


Located in Irvine, California, Silver & Wright is a leading law firm specializing in municipal law, code enforcement matters, nuisance abatement, police services, and receivership. Visit SilverWrightLaw.com for further information.



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