Dozens of local government officials from around the Los Angeles area Wednesday are expected to attend a meeting at the South Coast Air District to discuss funding opportunities related to energy and the environment from the federal economic stimulus bill.
The South Coast air district is the regional agency responsible for combating smog in the L.A. area.
The district’s staff has reportedly mounted a huge outreach effort to local governments and the district expects a huge turnout of local city and county officials, including various city council members and mayors’ representatives.
According to the district,  representatives from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Department of Energy, Federal Transit Administration and California Energy Commission will be on hand to explain funding possibilities and also field questions.

This will include: information on funding for transportation, transit, clean cities, clean vehicle technologies, and energy programs, according to South Coast.
For more details on the meeting, check out this link.