WASHINGTGON, D.C. -- The 55th Annual National League of Cities Congressional City Conference is happening in Washington D.C, and Redmond City Councilor Krisanna Clark-Endicott is there to advocate for Central Oregon. She says the number one priority is to lobby for renewal of the Federal Transportation (FAST) Act which expires later this year. Clark-Endicott says infrastructure is the economic driver for development and key to keeping the economy moving – both in Central Oregon and in cities across America. She joins over two-thousand city leaders, tackling a variety of issues including… creating a skilled workforce, homelessness and gun violence. The conference concludes on Wednesday.