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CC congratulates Azusa Unified School District (a CC client) for receiving the Early Math Learning for Teachers of children ages 0 to 3rd grade in the amount of $100,000 from the California Department of Education. This latest achievement is another example of the commitment of Azusa USD’s leadership to protect and promote the quality of life for its students. It’s also a reflection of the dedication and hard work by CC Project Manager, Dr. Julie High, who ensured a successful grant application. Thank you, Dr. High, and congratulations Azusa USD!

CC congratulates Azusa Unified School District (a CC client) for receiving the Early Math Learning for Teachers of children ages 0 to 3rd grade in the amount of $100,000 from the California Department of Education.

This latest achievement is another example of the commitment of Azusa USD’s leadership to protect and promote the quality of life for its students.

It’s also a reflection of the dedication and hard work by CC Project Manager, Dr. Julie High, who ensured a successful grant application. Thank you, Dr. High, and congratulations Azusa USD!

Keppel Union Receives $1,386,394 for Early Learning and Care Division from the CA Department of Education. This latest achievement is another example of the commitment of Keppel USD’s leadership to protect and promote the quality of life for its students.

CC congratulates the Keppel Union School District (a CC client) for receiving the Early Learning and Care Division in the amount of $1,386,394 from the CA Department of Education.

This latest achievement is another example of the commitment of Keppel USD’s leadership to protect and promote the quality of life for its students.

It’s also a reflection of the dedication and hard work by CC Project Manager, Danielle Sotelo, who ensured a successful grant application.

Thank you, Danielle, and congratulations KUSD!

California Consulting is pleased to announce the U.S. Department of Justice: Innovations in Supervision Initiative: Building Capacity to Create Safer Communities.

California Consulting is pleased to announce the U.S. Department of Justice: Innovations in Supervision Initiative: Building Capacity to Create Safer Communities.

U.S. Department of Justice: Innovations in Supervision Initiative: Building Capacity to Create Safer Communities

Deadline: June 25, 2019

Amount: $1 million

Match: No

Eligibility: States, units of local government and Native American tribal governments

https://www.bja.gov/funding/ISI19.pdf

The purpose of this program is to provide state and local community corrections agencies with information, resources, and training and technical assistance (TTA) on ways to improve supervision capacity and partnerships with other justice agencies to prevent recidivism and reduce crime in their jurisdictions. The goal of the FY 2019 Innovations in Supervision Initiative (ISI) is to improve the capacity and effectiveness of probation and parole agencies to increase probation and parole success rates and reduce the rate of recidivism for those under supervision. Such efforts would reduce crime, admissions to prisons and jails, and save taxpayer dollars. If you or your entity would like California Consulting to write this application, please contact our Southern California Office at 323-728-9002. 

California Consulting is pleased to announce the U.S. Department of Justice: Innovations in Supervision Initiative: Building Capacity to Create Safer Communities. If you or your entity would like California Consulting to write this application, please contact our Southern California Office at 323-728-9002.

California Consulting is pleased to announce the U.S. Department of Justice: Innovations in Supervision Initiative: Building Capacity to Create Safer Communities

U.S. Department of Justice: Innovations in Supervision Initiative: Building Capacity to Create Safer Communities
Deadline: June 25, 2019
Amount: $1 million
Match: No
Eligibility: States, units of local government and Native American tribal governments
https://www.bja.gov/funding/ISI19.pdf
The purpose of this program is to provide state and local community corrections agencies with information, resources, and training and technical assistance (TTA) on ways to improve supervision capacity and partnerships with other justice agencies to prevent recidivism and reduce crime in their jurisdictions. The goal of the FY 2019 Innovations in Supervision Initiative (ISI) is to improve the capacity and effectiveness of probation and parole agencies to increase probation and parole success rates and reduce the rate of recidivism for those under supervision. Such efforts would reduce crime, admissions to prisons and jails, and save taxpayer dollars.
If you or your entity would like California Consulting to write this application, please contact our Southern California Office at 323-728-9002. 

California Consulting Director of Operations Dan Rodriguez attended the League of California Cities Inland Empire Division Meeting on May 16th held at ESRI in Redland CA. A Smart Cities Presentation was held during the event. Pictured from Left to Right: Grand Terrace Councilmember Jeff Miller and Dan Rodriguez.

California Consulting Director of Operations Dan Rodriguez attended the League of California Cities Inland Empire Division Meeting on May 16th held at ESRI in Redland CA. A Smart Cities Presentation was held during the event.

Pictured from Left to Right: Grand Terrace Councilmember Jeff Miller and Dan Rodriguez.

California Consulting is pleased to announce the California State Natural Resources Agency: Green Infrastructure Program (Proposition 68). If you or your entity would like California Consulting to write this application, please contact our Southern California Office at 323-728-9002.

California Consulting is pleased to announce the California State Natural Resources Agency: Green Infrastructure Program (Proposition 68)

California State Natural Resources Agency: Green Infrastructure Program (Proposition 68)

Deadline: June 28, 2019 by 5:00 PM

Workshop Dates and Locations:

Webcast:         May 28

Sacramento:     May 28

Whittier:           June 6

El Cajon:           June 10

Sanger:            June 11

Richmond:        June 13

Amount: $50,000 to $3 million

Match: Yes

Eligibility: Local agencies, nonprofits, non-governmental land conservation organizations, Native American tribal governments

http://resources.ca.gov/grants/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Final-Guidelines-1.pdf

All projects must achieve measurable benefits by a) acquiring, creating, enhancing or expanding community parks and green spaces, or b) use natural systems, or systems that mimic natural systems to achieve multiple benefits to create sustainable and vibrant communities.

1.      Projects shall accomplish at least one of the following:

a.      Improve a community’s ability to adapt to the unavoidable impacts of climate change.

b.      Improve and protect coastal and rural economies, agricultural viability, wildlife corridors or habitat.

c.      Develop future recreational opportunities.

d.      Enhance drought tolerance, landscape resilience, and water retention.

2.      Projects must be located in or benefiting disadvantaged or severely disadvantaged communities

3.   At least fifteen percent (15%) of program funds shall be allocated for projects serving severely disadvantaged communities.

4.   Projects must provide workforce education and training, contractor, and job opportunities for disadvantaged communities, where practicable.

5.   Projects shall include the planning, monitoring, and reporting necessary to ensure successful implementation of the project objectives.

6.    Measurement of greenhouse gas emissions reductions and carbon sequestration associated with the project is required, where practicable.

7.    Grant funds cannot be used to fulfill any mitigation requirements imposed by law.

8.    Projects should include, where possible:

  1.    Efficient use and conservation of water supplies.
  2.    Use of recycled water.
  3.    Stormwater capture to reduce stormwater runoff, reduce water pollution, or recharge groundwater supplies, or a combination thereof.
  4.   Provision of safe and reliable drinking water supplies to park and open-space visitors.

 9.    Projects must be accessible to the public, where feasible. 

If you or your entity would like California Consulting to write this application, please contact our Southern California Office at 323-728-9002. 

https://conta.cc/2HAxDnI

California Consulting is a proud sponsor of San Mateo County School Boards Association Kent Awards on May 10, 2019, in Foster City CA. We congratulate all the awardees and SMCSBA on a very successful event. California Consulting was represented by Associate Stephen Sanger (L) and Associate Lee Neves (R).

California Consulting is a proud sponsor of San Mateo County School Boards Association Kent Awards on May 10, 2019, in Foster City CA.

We congratulate all the awardees and SMCSBA on a very successful event. California Consulting was represented by Associate Stephen Sanger and Associate Lee Neves.

Below is a link that shows the awardees: https://www.flickr.com/photos/claytonkoo/sets/72157691402937423/with/40869727693/