The issue, however, is that the state’s global warming legislation requires each municipality to come up with a plan on how it will reduce its green house gas emissions. How should they accomplish this? It doesn’t say.
But for the city of roughly 170,000; it’s going to cost about a dollar per person.
From the Signal.com:
Santa Clarita is considering buying the “Ferrari” of environmental consultants to create a plan to meet state goals on reducing greenhouse gases, a city planner said Monday.
The Santa Clarita City Council is contemplating awarding ENVIRON International Corp. during its meeting tonight with a $160,000 contract to create a climate action plan.
The plan would guide the city in meeting state emissions standards spelled out in the California Global Warming Solutions Act.
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