Conference provides venue for state officials and disadvantaged communities to interact and discuss programs that improve local air and water quality (Carson, CA) Leaders from the City of Carson, Los Angeles County, higher education and local communities will come together Jan. 12 at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) for a first of its kind energy, water, and… Read More City of Carson and CSU Dominguez Hills to Host ‘Organizing Disadvantaged Communities for Success’ Conference
Step 1: How Your Idea Becomes A Bill All legislation starts off as an idea. These ideas can come from anybody and the process begins when either an individual or group persuades a Member of the Legislature to author a bill. The Member then sends the idea and the language for the bill to the… Read More CALIFORNIA STATE SENATE: The Legislative Process
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Monday is a federal holiday observing Presidents Day. The following schedule will be in effect: • Closed: Schools, U.S. financial markets, courthouses and federal, state, county and most city offices. Some banks are closed, including Bank of America. Some, such as Wells Fargo Bank, are open. • Open: Most commercial businesses, retail outlets and offices… Read More What’s closed on Presidents Day, Feb. 20, 2017
Save the Date, January 4 2017 Recruitment. Start the new year with a job. SOUTH BAY ONE-STOP BUSINESS & CAREER CENTERS 1220 Engracia Ave Torrance, Ca 90501 / 110 S. La Brea Ave Inglewood, CA 90301 Torrance, California SOUTH BAY ONE-STOP BUSINESS & CAREER CENTERS are a cooperative partnership of business, employment development, education, training,… Read More Save the Date, January 4 2017 Recruitment
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HIV bill – signed into law begins January 1, 2017 AB 2640, authored by Assemblyman Mike A. Gipson (D-Carson) aims to stop the spread of HIV and save the lives of people who are at high risk of being exposed by providing information about PrEP and PEP (post-exposure prophylaxis) to…
During the November 22, 2016 council meeting, a Proclamation was presented to Mr. Paul Lowe in honor of his 80th birthday. Mr. Lowe has lived in Hawthorne since 1961 and was recognized for his long lasting service to the community. SPMG MEDIA – SUBSCRIBE TODAY!