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South Bay Cities Green Task Force Mtg Jan 20

January 20, 2011 @ 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

The South Bay Cities Green Task Force is scheduled to meet Jan 20, 2011 at the Beach Cities Health District offices in the City of Redondo Beach.  Please find the current agenda and meeting information below.
South Bay Cities Green Task Force Meeting
Thursday, January 20, 2011
1:30 pm to 3:30 pm
Beach Cities Health District Beach Cities
and Redondo Rooms
514 N. Prospect Ave., Redondo Beach, CA 90277
Please join us on Thursday, January 20, 2011, for the South Bay Cities Green Task Force meeting at the Beach Cities Health District. The program will feature interesting speakers, updates and information sharing.
Welcome & Introductions (1:30 pm)
–    Jacki Bacharach, SBCCOG
–    Susan Burden, CEO, Beach Cities Health District
Report from SBCCOG & SBESC (1:40 pm)
–   Jacki Bacharach, SBCCOG
–   Marilyn Lyon, SBESC
Energy Upgrade California, Los AngelesCounty – next steps
Energy Leader Program (ELP) – quarterly update regarding savings and rewards
Strategic Plan Programs
–    Greg Stevens, AESC, Inc., SBESC Engineer
     Available to answer questions regarding your current or potential gas/electricity projects
Status on Community Inventory (1:55 pm)
–    Heidi Aten, SBCCOG
Guest Speakers (2:00 pm)
–     VitalityCity (2:00 pm)
       Joel Spoonheim, Healthways / Blue Zones Vitality City Director
Beach Cities Health District
–     Healthy Homes:  Whole House Approach Leads to a Healthier Home (2:30 pm)
David Magarian, SBCCOG/SBESC
–    California Green Chemistry Laws and Regulations Initiative (2:50 pm)
Sarah Amir, Manager, Sustainability Branch Office of Pollution Prevention and Green Technology
City Information Sharing and Updates (3:10 pm)
–     City of Lomita
Other Business (3:20 pm)
Next Steps (3:25 pm)
 –    Future meeting dates and topics
–    Next Meeting April 21, 2011 – El Segundo Public Library
Adjourn (3:30 pm)
With permission from the presenters, powerpoint presentations will be available at www.southbaycities.org
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