The City of Corona has engaged MuniEnvironmental for a new contract: an audit of all tonnage recycling and disposal reporting, franchise fee payments, customer billing and rate increases for the seven-year period from 2009 through 2016.
On Tuesday, March 27, 2018 Claremont McKenna College hosts Inland Empire Vision: Trends and Challenges, a half day conference, which will feature CMC economists presenting the Inland Empire Forecast and the Inland Empire Consumer Confidence Index.
Residents of Rancho Mirage, a desert community that regularly posts high temperatures in the 100-plus range during the months of July and August, can look forward to a welcome respite from equally high cooling bills this summer.
We stand on the brink of a historic shift. A report commissioned by The Bloomberg Aspen Initiative on Cities and Autonomous Vehicles finds that Autonomous Vehicles will spread across the globe faster than the automobile in the 20th century.
René Bobadilla, P.E., has served the City of Pico Rivera as City Manager since June 2014. He previously was City Manager of Huntington Park, from September 2012 to June 2014, and El Monte, from January 2010 to September 2012.
The USC Price School of Public Policy partnered with the California Contract Cities Association (CCCA) and the Municipal Management Association of Southern California on Nov. 16 to host the first annual City Managers’ Summit, which addressed a range of topics from innovative performance evaluation approaches to community policing.
Waste hauling is expensive. In any given municipality, costs for solid waste franchise services are not only the second largest annual expenditure but also one of the most difficult for which to account.
Per a study by ChargePoint, Inc., there were 540,000 electric vehicles on the road in the United States in November 2016. A study by Navigant reports that 2017 electric vehicle sales are on track to increase by 50 percent this year.
Lancaster Choice Energy (LCE), the City of Lancaster’s Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) program, is rooted in the City’s innovative efforts to promote renewable energy and become the nation’s first net-zero energy city.