California Consulting is pleased to release the November 2019 Newsletter. Come and see the wonderful things CC is doing for communities across the state. Please click the link to view: https://conta.cc/33Nxjw5
CC INC is honored that the City of Benicia Police Department has asked us to provide grant writing services.
We look forward to collaborating with the department to help transform their vision into their legacy. Thank you, Benicia PD!
CC CEO Steve Samuelian attended a BizFed Leadership Roundtable featuring AG Becerra on October 29th located at the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) Office in Downtown Los Angeles.
California Consulting’s Northern California Senior Associate Stephen Sanger was pleased to be the guest of Daly City’s Vice Mayor, Glenn R. Sylvester at the San Mateo County Council of Cities dinner on October 25th. The dinner was held at Zoox headquarters in Foster City. Zoox is currently designing a pioneering fleet of autonomous vehicles that will revolutionize the app-based ride-sharing service of the future. Pictured is CC Senior Associate Stephen Sanger and Daly City Vice Mayor Glenn R. Sylvester.
California Consulting Statewide Sr. Director, Holly Bachman, attended the League of California Cities Peninsula Division Membership Meeting in Long Beach California.
California Consulting announces the release of the Volkswagen (VW) Mitigation Trust Fund for Zero-Emission Transit, School, and Shuttle Buses.
The Volkswagen (VW) Mitigation Trust Fund for Zero-Emission Transit, School, and Shuttle Buses
Deadline: First-Come/First-Served (funding caps may apply)
Total Funding: $65 million 1st Installment) Funding amount: Up to $400,000 per vehicle (Match is 5% – charging infrastructure applies)
Vehicle Type: Replacement of Class 4-8 Transit, School, and Shuttle buses
Replacement Technology: Zero Emission Only
The Guidelines for the VW Mitigation Trust Fund for Zero-Emission Transit, School, and
Shuttle Buses are available on the website. Funding is available statewide with applications available through the online portals only and open to both public and private entities. Scrapping of old vehicles is required, and at least 50% of the funding is expected to reduce emissions in disadvantaged or low-income communities.
Applications must be submitted electronically through the online portal
Need dealer quote and Board Resolution, as well as all paperwork on new bus.
If you or your entity would like California Consulting to write this application, please contact our office at 323-728-9002.
California Consulting CEO, Steve Samuelian attended the League of California Cities South San Joaquin Valley Division Meeting at the LOCC Annual Conference. Steve is pictured with Raj Rakkar, LOCC Regional Public Affairs Manager.
California Consulting CEO, Steve Samuelian attended the BizFed Board meeting on October 15th. Steve is pictured with Fire Chief Daryl Osby. Chief Osby and the County of Los Angeles Fire Department hosted the event.
California Consulting, Inc CEO, Steve Samuelian attended the League of California Cities – Orange County lunch last week in Garden Grove. Special guest speakers included the Director of Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG), Director of Orange County Council of Governments and the League of California Cities legislative affairs director from Sacramento. These three excellent presentations made for a wonderful program.
California Consulting is proud to serve as a League Partner of the League of California Cities and honored to provide grant writing services for many cities, school districts, and other agencies throughout Orange County. Congratulations to incoming O.C. League of Cities President Gene Hernandez!! #Grants
CC congratulates the City of Gardena (a CC client) for receiving the Tobacco Program Grant in the amount of $74,817 from the California Department of Justice Attorney General’s Office.
Gardena PD will use these funds for tobacco law enforcement for retailers and education for minors.
This latest achievement is another example of the commitment of the City’s leadership to protect and promote the quality of life for its residents.
It’s also a reflection of the dedication and hard work by CC Project Manager, Jaimie Lewis, who ensured a successful grant application. Thank you, Jaimie, and congratulations to the City of Gardena!