Sync in a Sec: October 2, 2015

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An Update on the Happenings of LA n Sync
Vol. 17 -- October 2, 2015

LA n Sync Shares an Opportunity for Schools, Public Agencies & Nonprofits 

LA n Sync continues to drive toward the goal of bringing more federal and state investment into Greater Los Angeles.  As part of our LA n Sync information sharing — this week we want to inform our regions’ public agencies, nonprofits, and schools of the State Agencies for Surplus Property (SASP), offered by the U.S. General Services Administration.

Nonprofits, schools and other public agencies have a lot to gain from registering with SASP. Once eligibility is verified and registration complete, organizations have access to a searchable inventory of thousands of items, offered at a fraction of the original cost. As an example, there are currently over 200 office furniture items (desk, cabinets, and chairs) available in the state of California, which are in usable and new condition.  Vehicles, tooling, lab equipment, and musical instruments are just a few of the diverse sections to browse.  

More information may be found by contacting California representative, Darci King at or by phone at (916) 928-7965. 

Upcoming Cap & Trade Workshops:Air Resources Board Regional Workshop

This week, LA n Sync reminds our colleagues of upcoming workshops held by the Air Resources Board (ARB) to discuss a draft Short-Lived Climate Pollutant Strategy (Draft Strategy), recently released for public comment. The meetings are open to the public and full participation by all parties is encouraged. The LA County workshop will take place on October 14, 2015 at the South Coast Air Quality Management District Auditorium in Diamond Bar.  

Additional workshop details are included in this notice:

The Draft Strategy can be found on ARB's Short-Lived Climate Pollutant website at: 

The website also contains a link for submitting written comments on the Draft Strategy. Comments received on the Draft Strategy will inform the development of a Proposed Strategy, which will be presented to the Board in late 2015.  

LA n Sync plans to provide technical assistance to competitive organizations applying for Cap & Trade Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund grants. If you are currently considering applying for one of these grants and would like LA n Sync support, please email Ellah Ronen at 

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