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Eco Items on the Agenda
6 pm Regular City Council Meeting



d. Public Works, re: Professional Services Agreement to Develop the 2025-2045 Glendale Recycling Center Master Plan

Motion authorizing the City Manager, or a designee, to award a professional services agreement to HDR Engineering, Inc. to develop the 2025-2045 Glendale Recycling Center master plan


b. Glendale Water and Power, re: 2024 Integrated Resource Plan Updates.

Motion to note and file report.

NOTE: Lively discussion and public comments regarding IRP (Integrated Resource Plan) process and the limited number of scenarios being run by GWP for future presentation to council that meet the policy goals stated by City Council of 10% solar and storage penetration by 2027 and 100% clean energy by 2035. 2 out of 6 scenarios being analyzed target the 100% clean by 2035 goal.


Outcome: MOTION TO NOTE AND FILE PASSED (Brotman, Devine, Kassakhian, Najarian – Aye; Asatryan – Abstained)

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