LADWP provided $5 million in a negotiated agreement with GBUAPCD for clean air projects to offset the tardiness of the Owens Dry Lake dust clean-up.

Bishop, CA – The Clean Air Projects Program is offering three upcoming workshops to assist anyone interested in funding proposals for ‘clean air projects’ within the Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District. Those with questions or who want advice on the proposal process are encouraged to attend a workshop next week. All three are open to the public and will follow the same presentation outline covering proposal components and frequently asked questions. Additional discussion will be guided by participants.

On Tuesday, January 24, a Mono County workshop will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. at the County Library in Mammoth Lakes across from the high school. On Wednesday, January 25, an Inyo County workshop will be held from 1 to 3 pm at the Lions Club in Lone Pine, behind MacDonald’s, next to Veterans (VFW) building. The final workshop will be held in Alpine County on Thursday, January 26, from 1 to 3 pm in Markleeville at the County Administration Building, 99 Water Street, off Highway 89.

Everyone who is interested in a CAPP project, whether attending a workshop or not, is advised to review the ‘CAPP Frequently Asked Questions’ document online at http://capp.gbuapcd.org. Additional program background, as well as CAPP’s ‘Notice of Funding Availability and Request for Proposals’ is also available at this website. The deadline for proposal submission is February 15, 2012. Further questions should be directed to Lisa Isaacs, CAPP Administrator, at 760-914-0388.

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