But Richard Watts, the LGA's resource chairman, had previously warned Mr Jenrick of "extreme cost-cutting".
The LGA's proposals are intended to show that councils no longer need government arm-twisting to make them reform themselves.
Instead of cramped and frantic confines of LGA's old Central Terminal Building, the new Arrivals and Departures Hall has a massive check-in area, a luxury retail and dining space, and more tarmac to give aircraft room to maneuver around each other.
Councillor Izzi Seccombe, chairman of the LGA's community well-being board, said: "While it is encouraging that more and more people are taking their own and their partners' sexual health seriously, we are concerned that this increase in demand is creating capacity and resource issues for councils.
Sir Jeremy Beecham, leader of the LGA's Labour group, unveiled a series of proposed reforms in an article for the Local Government Chronicle on March 7th.
Simon Blackburn, who chairs the LGA's Safer and Stronger Communities Board, said: "The despicable crime of modern slavery is a rising threat to our communities and can destroy the lives of vulnerable people working in fear of physical violence from ruthless gangmasters.
Mr Watts - the LGA's resource chairman - began his letter by thanking the minister for his "hard work on behalf of local government", and said measures, including the £1.6bn funding and deferral of business rates payments, were "helpful in providing some stability and certainty".
Richard Watts, chairman of the LGA's resources board, said: "Additional funding is urgently needed to help councils get through this crisis, support the vulnerable and adapt to life once we defeat this virus, when our local services will be needed more than ever to help communities rebuild.
Judith Blake, chairwoman of the LGA's Children and Young People Board, said: "Vaccines are an absolutely essential part of our children's health and wellbeing, so if you or any member of your household are not displaying symptoms of coronavirus and are not self-isolating, vaccinations should happen as normal.
"Our surveys show beyond doubt that the overwhelming majority of both our national politicians, and the people they represent, will settle for nothing less than additional funding from Government to help solve the social care funding crisis," said Izzi Seccombe, chairwoman of the LGA's Community Wellbeing Board.
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Our surveys show beyond doubt that the overwhelming majority of both our national politicians and the people they represent will settle for nothing less than additional funding from Government to help solve the social care funding crisis said Izzi Seccombe chairwoman of the LGA's Community Wellbeing Board