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AB 617 Community Meetings

Upcoming Meetings and Workshops

 

South Sacramento/Florin Steering Committee Meeting

 

Meetings for the Air Quality Steering Committee are scheduled for the fourth Tuesday of every month. Details on the next steering committee meeting or any other related event are shown below.

COMMUNITY AIR PROTECTION PROGRAM

NOTICE OF STEERING COMMITTEE MEETING #19

Online Zoom Meeting  (Agenda)

Tuesday, June 23, 2020

6:oop.m. - 8:30p.m. 

The Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District (Sac Metro Air District) will host a public meeting on June 23, 2020, for the Air Quality Steering Committee representing the South Sacrametno/Florin Community. The Steering Committee will help the Sac Metro Air District develop a plan to monitor and improve air quality in the South Sacramento/Florin community. The agenda for the Steering Committee meeting is anticipated to cover the following topics: 

  • Formation of a Technical Advisory Group (TAG) 
  • Updated Community Air Monitoring Plan (CAMP) and Comments
    • Formal recommendation to submit the Updated CAMP to the California Air Resource Board (CARB) is requested by the District 
  • AB 617 Budget Summary and Update

 

Attend the meeting via ZOOM: 
1. Click: Join Zoom Meeting or use the following link
2. You will be prompted to either download or launch the Zoom application. Follow the instructions on your screen to do so.
3. Meeting ID: 968 4456 2202 Password: 199818 
4. You may also join the meeting by going to zoom.us/join on any browser and entering the Meeting ID above.

OR call into the meeting:

1. Dial +1 408 638 0968 or +1 669 900 6833. 
2. When prompted, enter the Meeting ID: 968 4456 2202 and Password: 199818


Previous Meetings and Workshops
  • Community input and engagement is vital to the success of the program. The District attended numerous public meetings to discuss the community identification for the community monitoring and/or community emission reduction program to shape its final community identification recommendations. District staff continues to engage the public on investment priorities.
You may provide feedback and ask questions about Community Air Monitoring by emailing CommunityAirProtectionMonitoring@airquality.org.
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