If you care about the climate, this is a great opportunity to get active with Escondido as they develop what, we hope to be, a quality, proactive Escondido Climate Action Plan (E-CAP). The previous version of the E-CAP received the lowest grade of any completed CAP in the region according to the Climate Action Plan Scorecard. Here is a chance for Escondido to do better.
Announcement from the City
What: Climate Action and Environment Impacts Community Advisory Group
Why: Meeting no. 2
When: Monday, December 9, 2019 from 6 pm – 8 pm
Where: Mitchell Room at City Hall (201 North Broadway)
Mike Strong, Assistant Planning Director,Community Development Department | City of Escondido
- As you very well know, our core mandate is to explore a different and meaningful way of engaging the public around key issues identified by our City Council as priority areas. The “Climate Action and Environment Impacts” first met on Monday, October 14, 2019. The purpose of the second meeting is to reconvene the group and build on the first meeting’s discussion.
- We all look forward to seeing you on Monday, December 9, 2019. If you were unable to attend the first meeting, please feel free to join us to help continue the discussion! I believe your participation and contribution to the group will help us reach a wider scope and help us achieve a lot more success in the long run.
- I will send out a separate email in advance of the December 9th meeting to help you prepare for the meeting. As a reminder, I will serve as one of your primary Community Advisory Group contacts for the environmental focus area. Our environmental team also has Alicia Appel, Environmental Programs Manager; Laura J. Robinson, Recycling Program Manager; Lori Calvert, Recycling Program Assistant; and Lisete Hurst, Recycling Program Assistant. They are copied to this email.