City Council, 2 PM: \Garden River Bridge Project; 6 PM: Scholl Canyon Perimeter Fencing Replacement Project; CalReycle Application; Ordinance to Prohibit the Use, Distribution and Sale of Polystyrene Products on a Citywide Basis; GWP 2023 Electric Rates Cost of Service Analysis (COSA); Grayson Repowering Project related contracts; City Owned Solar Development Program – Phase 1 Award of Contracts
City Council, 6 PM: Item 7a— Ordinance Banning Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) City-wide & Single Use Bottles and Aseptic Beverage Packaging for City Facilities and Events; Item 8b— Beeline Maintenance Facility Bus Electrification and Parking Deck Design and Management
City Council, 6 PM: Introduction of Ordinance Banning Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) City-wide, Support for Expansion of San Gabriel Mountains National Monument
Tuesday, January 31, 2023 @ 6PM Glendale City Council will vote to adopt the Plastic Waste Reduction Ordinance, which we consider to be an excellent collection of the best practices from around the state that will help us to finally combat the scourge of plastic pollution in our city.
City Council 6 PM: Adoption of City-wide Plastic Waste Reduction Regulations Ordinance
City Council 6 PM: City-wide Plastic Waste Reduction Regulations ordinance
City Council 6 PM: Creative Crosswalks update; development of city-wide Polystyrene and Single Use Plastic regulations.
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!
Portantino Dishwasher Bill Inspired by the Glendale Environmental Coalition Headed to the Governor’s Desk!
This week at City Council: Single Use Plastic Prohibition Expansion, and Polystyrene prohibition; Amendment to the City of Glendale Building Code to Require All Electric Design, Rooftop Solar Photovoltaic, and Higher Energy Performance for New Construction
This week in view: Eco Items at the Sustainability Commission, GWP Commission, Glendale City Council
This week at City Council: 3b Senator Portantino’s Legislative Update, CERT Program Overview and Future, Outgoing Mayor’s Comments, Selection of a New Mayor, New Mayor’s Comments, Single Use Plastics Ordinance in City Facilities, Direction on the future of the slow streets program
Ascend Analytics’ 100% Clean Energy by 2030 analysis is well received, follow up action requested; Hazard Pay passes; The ordinance for a ban on polystyrene and single use plastics for city sponsored events and city facilities had its first reading and will come back for a vote; the city plans for 5 electric buses and accepts funding for charging infrastructure.
This week at City Council: Hazard Pay, Mayoral Selection, 100% Clean Energy by 2030 Study; Ordinance prohibiting the use of polystyrene and single use plastics in the serving of prepared food at certain City managed events and facilities; Electric Bus Charging Infrastructure funding and more.
City Council approves motion requesting staff to prepare an ordinance prohibiting use of Polystyrene and Single Use Plastics at City Facilities and City Events and council members make first two nominations to Sustainability Commission.