October 2006

October 20, 2006

Board Member Gloria Molina Celebrates L.A. Metro's Multi-Modal Transit Successes

A longtime critic of Metro, Supervisor Molina highlights the agency's recent accomplishments and identifies some hurdles it still must cross.

October 20, 2006

SCAQMD Releases 10-Year Plan Aimed at Further Reductions in Regional Pollution

As a Long Beach City Council member, AQMD board member Tania Reyes Uranga knows firsthand why the agency must do all it can to continue curbing the region's emissions.

October 20, 2006

Hertzberg's G24I Invests in Green Technology and Opens Revolutionary Solar Cell Plant in Wales

The green industrial revolution is hitting its stride, thanks in part to the entrepreneurship of one of L.A.'s most prominent civic leaders.

October 20, 2006

Deputy L.A. Mayor de la Vega Opines on So. Calif. Regional Airport Authority-A Campaign Promise

After scoring an early victory with the LAX master plan settlement, the Mayor Villaraigosa's office is determined to make sure it is implemented properly.

October 20, 2006

Metrolink's Rail Network Moves 40,000 Daily Riders Across Five Counties With Little Fanfare

CEO David Solow explains how Metrolink transcends jurisdictions and plays a key role in reducing regional congestion.

October 20, 2006

Embracing Kyoto Accord, State Enacts AB 32 to Reduce Greenhouse Gases

CalEPA Secretary Linda Adams lays out the timetable for implemeting the most significant global warming legislation yet passed in the U.S.

October 20, 2006

Congressman Schiff Advocates For Bipartisanship & More Transit Funds

Rep. Adam Schiff looks beyond his Valley district for support for regional transportation projects and issues that will unite California's delegation to DC.

October 18, 2006

W. Sacramento Mayor Cabaldon Articulates Case For State Infrastructure Bonds & Regionalism

Mayor Cabaldon sees tremendous opportunities for regions to band together to plan regionally and leverage funds and from November's bond measures.

October 18, 2006

El Monte Updating General Plan; The Goal: To Promote Residents' Health & Prosperity

Community Development Manager Dante Hall describe's El Monte's efforts to use planning and foundation funds to lift up the city.

October 18, 2006

Prop. 90's Downside: Glendale City Manager Laments Predictable Impacts of Overbroad Initiative

Jim Starbird explains the ramifications Prop 90 might have for small cities that want to plan smart and regulate land use.

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