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File #: 22-757    Version: 1
Type: Report Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 6/3/2022 In control: REGULAR CITY COUNCIL AND SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY AND HOUSING AUTHORITY
On agenda: 6/21/2022 Final action:
Title: ACCEPTANCE OF CALRECYCLE SB 1383 LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANT
Attachments: 1. Agenda Report, 2. 1. SB 1383 Local Assistance Grant Program Awards, 3. 2. Exhibit A Terms & Conditions, 4. 3. Exhibit B Procedures & Requirements
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ACCEPTANCE OF CALRECYCLE SB 1383 LOCAL ASSISTANCE GRANT
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DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT/ ADMINISTRATION
PRESENTED BY: RAJA SETHURAMAN, PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR
CONTACT INFORMATION: RAJA SETHURAMAN, PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR, (714) 754-5343

RECOMMENDATION:
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Staff recommends the City Council:
1. Accept $159,969 CalRecycle's SB 1383 Local Assistance Grant Program that was recently awarded to the City.

2. Authorize the City Manager or designee with signature authority to execute all documents necessary to implement the grant and all grant-related reports to CalRecycle.

3. Authorize revenue and expense appropriations in the amounts of $159,969, respectively, to account for the SB 1383 grant award in the City's FY2021-22 State Grant Fund (Fund 231).
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BACKGROUND:
In September 2016, Governor Edmund Brown Jr. set methane emissions reduction targets for California (SB 1383 Lara, Chapter 395, Statutes of 2016) in a statewide effort to reduce emissions of short-lived climate pollutants (SLCP). SB 1383 aims to reduce emissions of SLCP by 75% by 2025; and achieve 20% of edible food recovery by 2025. These regulations require jurisdictions to implement a variety of organic waste recovery programs including curbside collection, education and outreach, contamination monitoring, edible food recovery, procurement, and inspection and enforcement.
In January 2022, the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) announced the availability of the SB 1383 Local Assistance Grant Program intended to provide jurisdictions with a one-time grant to assist in implementing the various programs.
All jurisdictions will receive a minimum distribution of $20,000; the remaining allocation of $57 million will be split, based upon population, amongst the jurisdictions with approved applications. Eligible projects and initiative include:

* Capacity Planning
* Collection
* Edible Food Recovery
* Education and outreach (includes ...

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