Culver City Unified School District (CCUSD) recently undertook a clean air program consisting of sanitation measures and infrastructure upgrades that will bring peace of mind to parents and staff when school resumes.
During the extreme heat waves that hit California in August and September, community choice aggregators (CCA) across the state, including associate members of CalChoice, joined statewide efforts to keep California’s power grid stable by conserving energy.
The City of Prescott called upon Civiltec to deliver a Drainage and Utilities Improvement Study (DUIS) for the City’s Public Safety Drill Grounds, which operate as training facilities for the City’s Fire and Police departments.
In late September 2020, Tripepi Smith briefly met with representatives from Facebook in response to a client’s difficulty managing their Facebook Page. Through that conversation, we learned Facebook is increasingly paying attention to Pages managed by “fake” accounts/Profiles. And, in some cases, banning those fake Profiles or otherwise restricting their ability to manage Pages. Here are details Facebook shared with us via email (emphasis is Tripepi Smith’s)
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.