City Council Watch & City Council Recap Posts

City Council Recap – October 20, 2020

CITY COUNCIL RECAP October 20, 2020, 6PM EXCERPTS (Eco-related Items only) Full Agenda & Meeting Video  Staff Comments: Devine mentioned that the council received a text from Assembly member Quirk in support of the council’s decision regarding the Mylar balloons. Brotman acknowledged the clean energy program approvals and requested further exploration on five topics: Evaluating solar within the commercial sector, including…

Glendale City Council Watch – October 27, 2020

Glendale City Council Watch Oct 27,2020 @ 6 pm Meeting Agenda & Video Link ECO-RELATED ITEMS ON THE AGENDA 3b Report on the Green Business Certification Program 4c (Consent item) City of Glendale’s Response to 2019-2020 Report by the Los Angeles County Civil Grand Jury regarding Cutting Down on Food Waste -and recommendations that the city already has plans in…

City Council Recap – October 13, 2020

CITY COUNCIL RECAP Glendale City Council Meeting, 6PM, October 13, 2020 Full Agenda / Full Meeting Video EXCERPTS (Eco-related Items only) We are very excited to update you regarding this particular Glendale City Council meeting. The outcome of this meeting presented a real victory for our city’s clean energy future, and we want to thank all of you who emailed…

Glendale City Council Watch – October, 2020

Glendale City Council Watch ECO-RELATED ITEMS ON THE AGENDA Oct 13 @ 6 pm—Adoption of Mylar Balloon Ban;  Clean Energy Projects Report & Motion to Proceed Detail on Clean Energy Motion to Proceed: Council will hear a report on three clean energy projects that will help Glendale increase our local energy capacity, and consider a motion to move forward with…

City Council Recap – September 29, 2020

CITY COUNCIL RECAP Special Meeting, 6PM, September 29, 2020 Full Agenda / Full Meeting Video EXCERPTS (Eco-related Items only) Please see agenda and full video for additional items discussed. 1: In staff comments – Council Member Devine praised GWP and the City of Glendale for joining the LA Clean Tech Incubator’s “Transportation Electrification Partnership” as part of the Advisory Group…

City Council Recap – September 22, 2020

CITY COUNCIL RECAP Special Meeting, 2PM, September 22, 2020 COMMERCIAL SOLAR MOTION MOVES FORWARD! City Council unanimously voted today to direct staff to explore hiring a consultant team to determine the feasibility of adopting a commercial solar PV requirement, and looking at a range of “reach codes” to include building electrification, battery storage and additional energy efficiency including cool roofs to make our buildings more energy efficient and reduce green house…

Glendale City Council Watch

Glendale City Council Watch ECO-RELATED ITEMS ON THE AGENDA Sept 24 @ 4pm- Special GWP Commission Meeting - CLEAN ENERGY PROJECTS REPORT Now on the city's public meeting website, with the agenda packet including the Report Presentation.  Sept 29 @ 6 pm — Ban on Sale of Mylar Balloons (Item was moved from Sept 22nd); Prop 15: Schools & Communities First …

Glendale City Council Recap – September 1, 2020

ECO-RELATED ITEM NOTES—SEPTEMBER 1, 2020 MEETING (6 pm) Meeting Link + Agenda + Report Metro and Metrolink News The LA Metro Board directed its CEO to study a way to make all transit fares on the system free, reported Glendale City Council Member Ara Najarian, who sits on the board and represents the North LA County area. Free fares will…

Glendale City Council Watch

Glendale City Council Watch ECO-RELATED ITEMS ON THE AGENDA Update - Item Postponed! Sep 14—Item 4A: Clean Energy Programs (GWP Commission Special Meeting, 4pm) Please see details below. Agenda/Watch/Comment Sep 15—Item 8B: Resolution recognizing the City’s history as a former “Sundown Town" (City Council, 6 pm) GEC has signed onto a letter of support. You may sign on here as an individual: Agenda/Watch/Comment Sep 22—(1) Solar on…

Glendale City Council Watch

ECO-RELATED ITEMS ON THE AGENDA Sep 14—Clean Energy Programs (GWP Commission, Time TBD) Sep 22—Solar on Commercial Buildings; Clean Energy Programs (City Council, 6pm) Sep 29—Prop 15: Schools & Communities First (City Council, 6pm) Please note: Schedules are always subject to change. Sometimes items do get re-scheduled. We will post changes if the agenda is updated.