City Council 6 PM: Creative Crosswalks update; development of city-wide Polystyrene and Single Use Plastic regulations.
City Council 6 PM: Adoption of REACH CODE ORDINANCE (Building Electrification, Solar Photovoltaic and Electric Vehicle Charging Installations); Final Verdugo Wash Visioning presentation and next steps; RFP for development of a plan to significantly increase solar penetration and develop additional Distributed Energy Resources (DER) in Glendale.
Spread the word! Small businesses and sole proprietors can purchase discounted zero-emission lawn mowers, blowers and more through funding from the CARB’s Clean Off-Road Equipment (CORE). There are $27 million of voucher funds available, but funding will go fast.
City Council 6 PM: Hollywood Burbank Airport Update; Interum Urgency Ordinance Prohibiting Development of New and Conversion of Existing Drive-throughs; Introduction and Adoption of 2023 Glendale Building and Safety Code; Introduction of REACH CODE ORDINANCE (Building Electrification, Solar Photovoltaic and Electric Vehicle Charging Installations); Commission/Board Term Limits.; Title 30 amendments re: SB9 projects, JADUs and ADUs etc.
3 PM: Citywide Bicycle Detection Technology; 6 PM: Dunsmore Park Improvements Project, 2023 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Curb Ramp Installation and Sidewalk Repair Program, Streamlining the Historic District Designation Process, Solar Energy on City Owned Properties & RFP for Six Proposed Project Sites
6 PM: Beeline Bus Chargers grant award, New Hotel Permits Prohibition Ordinance, Citywide Bicycle Transportation Plan, Vision Zero, La Crescenta Avenue Rehabilitation Project
City Council has TWO sessions this Tuesday. 3 PM: SCPPA Contract, Slow Streets Program update; 6 PM: Adoption of Extension of Interim Urgency Ordinance No. 5978 Prohibiting Issuance of Entitlement and/or Permits for Hotels in the Downtown Specific Plan Area of the City, City of Glendale Investment Policy, Report Regarding Potential Ban on Gas-Powered Lawn and Landscaping Equipment
SB 1255 (Portantino), which would have offered grants to K-12 Schools to purchase and install dishwashers to reduce waste and waste related costs, was vetoed by Governor Newsom, but hope lives on!
This week at the Sustainability Commission: Introduction of Commissioner Cole Bazemore, Creative Paving Solutions, Drive-Through Bans, Sustainability Commission Work Plans
Join other GEC members Saturday, October 8, to help clean up the San Fernando Road corridor! Wear your GEC t-shirt if you have one, and LET’S GET ‘ER DONE!
Meet at Pacific Park. Registration begins 8 am. Clean up 9 am-noon.