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City Showcase – Making Lemonade – Young Entrepreneurs in Lomita Get a Taste of Business Ownership

The City of Lomita and the Lomita Chamber of Commerce have partnered to host a free, experiential learning program that teaches youth how to start, own and operate their own business: a lemonade stand.

2024-05-15T14:46:47-07:00March 4, 2024|

Turtle Talk – South Bay Local Travel Network Newsletter – February 2024

Welcome to our second issue! This month's issue features a look back at the local use vehicle (LUV) study in 2011 that led to creation of the Local Travel Network. We also offer a downloadable map of the El Segundo LTN route for your low-speed journey. And do you live in El Segundo? Take our survey on how the LTN is working for you.  

2024-03-04T13:42:11-08:00March 4, 2024|

Perspective – A Concerted Plan is Essential for Reducing Artificial Intelligence (AI) Risk

Perspective: cities need a concerted plan to prevent AI harm, according to General Assembly speaker Philip de Souza, president of Aurora Systems Consulting, Inc. He will lead the session "Unlocking the Power of AI: An Introduction to Artificial Intelligence and Generative AI" at the March 28 General Assembly.

2024-03-03T16:59:28-08:00March 3, 2024|

South Bay Watch Receives Honorable Mention at PR Daily’s Nonprofit Communications Awards  

The South Bay Cities Council of Governments’ (SBCCOG) quarterly print and email publication South Bay Watch received an Honorable Mention in the Print Publication category for PR Daily's 2023 Nonprofit Communications Awards program. The program honors organizations that have demonstrated excellence in nonprofit communications and highlights their impactful efforts in the industry throughout the United States.  

2024-03-03T16:42:33-08:00March 3, 2024|

The 24th General Assembly – 36th District U.S. Representative Ted Lieu to Address AI’s Impact on Cybersecurity as Event’s Keynote

General Assembly Ted Lieu, member of Congress, 36th Districts explains what all levels of government need to do now to protect themselves from AI harm.

2024-03-03T15:51:23-08:00March 3, 2024|

Winter 2024 Issue South Bay Watch Newsletter

The South Bay Watch winter issue explores the benefits and red flags of artificial intelligence for cities as the South Bay Cities Council of Governments (SBCCOG) prepares to host its upcoming General Assembly titled "Artificial Intelligence: Friend or Foe for the South Bay;" results of a SBCCOG study reveal why accessory dwelling units may not be the sought-after solution for affordable housing; and El Segundo launches the South Bay's first zero-emission, low-speed vehicle route.

2024-03-03T15:18:58-08:00March 3, 2024|

South Bay Cities Council of Governments Earns Beacon Award for Leadership and Innovation in Sustainability

The South Bay Cities Council of Governments (SBCCOG) has been selected as a 2023 Beacon Leadership and Innovation award winner for its cross-agency collaboration in supporting cities in energy efficiency, water conservation, waste reduction, renewable energy, clean transportation and much more.  

2024-02-12T11:41:48-08:00February 12, 2024|

South Bay Cities Council of Governments’ Survey Indicates Low Percentage of Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) in South Bay Rental Market Affordable

A South Bay Cities Council of Governments (SBCCOG) study indicates that most accessory dwelling units (ADUs)—known as “granny flats”—in the South Bay are being rented at market rates, or not rented out at all and instead used for personal use or to house friends and family.

2024-01-31T16:54:50-08:00January 31, 2024|
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