Tag: Energy

Action 1

Limit siting of new sensitive uses, such as playgrounds, daycare centers, schools, residences, or medical facilities, within 500 feet of freeways.

Action 2

Expand the minimum setback distance for oil and gas operations from sensitive land uses, and apply these requirements to facilitate the phasing out of existing operations.

Action 5

Expand the role and authority for DPH in the initial permitting process, and the ongoing enforcement of regulations for industrial facilities.

Action 6

Implement recommendations from Metro's Countywide Strategic Truck Arterial Network (CSTAN) on County-maintained roadways, prioritizing those that minimize emissions exposure for vulnerable populations.

Action 7

Utilize refinery fenceline and community air monitoring data to improve emissions regulations, and expand enforcement resources for these regulations.

Action 9

Partner with school districts to monitor air quality and identify measures to reduce pollution exposure.

Action 10

Partner with local and regional agencies along key freight corridors, as well as with private freight movers, to implement 'green goods movement' technologies, such as medium- and heavy-duty zero emission vehicle infrastructure, through initiatives like Metro's I-710 Corridor Project or use of County properties for refueling.

Action 16

Study and implement best practices to maximize program enrollment and benefits in low-income rate assistance, energy efficiency and conservation, and clean energy rebate and incentive programs, including proactive strategies to include:
1. Renters;
2. People with disabilities;
3. Undocumented immigrants;
4. People with limited English proficiency, and;
5. Other communities traditionally left out of those programs.


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