The City of Pico Rivera recently launched a Streetlight Conversion Project to acquire local streetlights from Southern California Edison (SCE) and upgrade more than 3,000 lights to brighter, more efficient Light Emitting Diode (LED) fixtures.
In June 2020, Lancaster Choice Energy (LCE), an associate member of California Choice Energy Authority (CalChoice), completed the third and final phase of its Small Commercial Direct Install Program, a program offering free energy-efficiency assessments and upgrades to qualifying local businesses in the City of Lancaster.
While COVID-19 has precipitated restrictions and requirements impeding traditional conferences and classes, Silver & Wright remains committed to ensuring that code enforcement officers have the information, resources, and tools they need to serve their communities—particularly during this unprecedentedly volatile time.
John Fujii is a partner at Silver & Wright and has more than 25 years of extensive experience in litigating cases, including numerous jury trials in state and federal courts involving tort claims and litigation matters, real estate and development law, dangerous conditions of public property, civil rights, and employment liability.
In recognition of the City of Lancaster’s frontline grocery workers and their service to the public during the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Lancaster and Lancaster Choice Energy have launched the Grocery Workers Appreciation Program.
The Educational Forum will transition from an in-person gathering to a fully digital experience. This action fulfills two critical objectives: to educate and empower our member agencies with important information and to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in our member communities.
As members contemplate reopening playgrounds and resume recreation operations, it is important to understand relevant local and state orders in place for the health and safety of community members and staff.
The Authority is honored to announce its participation in the LOCC’s “Support Local Recovery: Vibrant Cities. Strong Economies” campaign coalition, collaborating with more than 160 representatives from local government, labor, and business to advocate for funding for cities to address COVID-19 impacts.