The City of Culver City is accepting online applications for Assistant City Manager

The City of Culver City is accepting online applications for Assistant City Manager for the City of Culver City. Applications due by October 15, 2021. GENERAL DUTIES: Works closely with the City Manager and Department Heads to develop goals and objectives based on the City Council’s policy directives, then designs and implements new programs and […]

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Kosmont Companies

Use COVID-19 ARPA Money… to Make Money

The American Recovery Plan Act (“ARPA”) became law in March 2021 and provides $64 billion of direct/flexible aid to cities/towns across the USA to assist with COVID-19 recovery. In many California cities, the funding allocation is substantial (see examples below). Click here for funding allocations, what to spend it on, & more.

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Free Battery Program Provides Medical Baseline Customers More Resiliency by SCE

SCE customers who rely on power for their medical needs, live in a high fire risk area and are income-qualified may be eligible for a free, portable backup battery and solar panel. All Californians need to be prepared for potential outages, especially those who rely on electricity for medical devices and equipment and live in […]

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Southern California Gas Company Sets Bold Net Zero Emissions Pledge

Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas), the largest gas utility in the U.S., announced today the company’s bold commitment to achieve net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in its operations and delivery of energy by 2045. SoCalGas’ commitment makes them the largest North American gas distribution utility to set a net-zero target that includes scopes 1, […]

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ENERGIZED by Edison Weekly Newsletter 3/5/2021

View a roundup of ENERGIZED by Edison story highlights (3/5/2021).

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