February 3, 2023
The SCL LEA Board of Directors Meeting will be held “in person” going forward until further notice.
Governor Gavin Newsom announced that the COVID-19 State of Emergency will end on February 28, 2023; and Mayor Karen Bass of the City of Los Angeles announced that the COVID-19 Declaration of Local Emergency will end on February 1, 2023. Both announcements are attached below for your reference.
December 2, 2022
The SCL LEA Board of Directors Meeting is scheduled for December 8, 2022. Due to continued COVID-19 pandemic, this meeting will be conducted online to minimize the spread of the disease, protect our communities and the environment. Details for how to participate in the MS Teams meeting and Agenda Items will be posted on the "Meetings and Agendas" page of this website.
November 4, 2022
The SCL LEA Board of Directors will be conducting a "Special Meeting" on November 8, 2022. California Assembly Bill 361 (AB 361) modified Brown Act requirements to allow a legislative body to continue the use of remote meetings during a proclaimed State of Emergency such as COVID pandemic. This meeting is convened to make findings and determine the right to teleconferencing in accordance with AB 361 requirements. The meeting will be conducted virtually via MS Teams. Details for how to participate in the MS Teams meeting and Meeting Agenda will be posted on the "Special Meetings and Agendas" page of this website.
December 7, 2021
The SCL LEA Board of Directors Meeting is scheduled for December 16, 2021. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the Safer-At-Home Orders, this meeting will be conducted virtually via MS Teams. Details for how to participate in the MS Teams meeting and Agenda Items will be posted on the "Meetings and Agendas" page of this website.
November 19, 2021
(Picture of CSUN / UCLA Students, see above)
Sunshine Canyon Landfill site visit by students from UCLA Sustainability Class (several students working on aerial / remote monitoring of landfill emissions); .....and also by students from Cal State Northridge NASA-funded research team on a National Science Foundation project to evaluate updating the organics solid waste management infrastructure (from processing to disposal to regulatory enforcement) using multi-disciplinary approach and also evaluating the potential of using innovative digital tools to improve facility efficiency and improve worker health and safety of the industry. The Sunshine Canyon Landfill and the SCL LEA are the case study reference best management practices entities and have been asked to help provide guidance in these research studies.