November 22, 2013
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announced this week the opening of the world’s largest dry fermentation anaerobic digestion facility. The facility officially opens today, Friday Nov. 22, and is the first facility of its kind in the entire country.
Environmental Quality, Technology
Submit Session Proposals NowDo you have an idea for a great conference session? Is there a topic or a speaker you have always wanted to hear? This is your chance to build your ideal annual conference session from the ground up and help create a conference that will not only satisfy but surpass your expectations.
Visit www.cacities.org/ac to submit session proposals by Tuesday, Jan. 7.
Submissions on any topic are welcome and must be non-commercial in nature from any individual, group, business or organization.
Meetings & Events
Meetings & Events, Mayors & Council Members
Applications due Jan. 31Cities and counties can now submit nominations for the Outstanding Local Streets and Roads Project Awards Program. Sponsored by the League of California Cities, California State Association of Counties (CSAC), and County Engineers Association of California (CEAC), the awards program recognizes and raises awareness of the exceptional achievements made by cities and counties to preserve and protect the local street and road system.
Transportation, Public Works
· How local agencies finance the staff and administrative functions of their solid waste and recycling programs;
· How local agencies and the private sector finance recycling infrastructure and recycled content manufacturing facilities; and
· Best practices and lessons learned related to siting and planning for recycling infrastructure and recycled content manufacturing facilities.
Institute for Local Government, Environmental Quality
California Department of Parks and Recreation is offering Land Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) grants to cities for acquisition, development and maintenance of outdoor park and recreation facilities.
Water, Land Use, Community Services
Grants & Funding
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