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Charlotte Laws, Ph.D.
Member of the
Greater Valley Glen Council
21781 Ventura Blvd., Suite 633
Woodland Hills, CA 91364
Tel.  818.346.5280
Fax.  818.985.1690
drlaws@roadrunner.com

Dr. Charlotte Laws - Councilperson Valley Glen


Greater Valley Glen Council's Position on Renewable Energy for the Department of Water and Power and the City of Los Angeles
(Passed at the General Meeting on October 4, 2004)


October 21, 2004

The Honorable Wendy Greuel
c/o City Clerk
City Hall, Room 395
200 N. Spring Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012-4801

Dear Councilmember Greuel,

We are pleased that Mayor Hahn has called a halt to the Intermountain Power Plant 3 (IPP3) project and that he supports a 20% renewable energy supply for Los Angeles by 2017.

However, the Greater Valley Glen Council would like the 20% renewable energy provided to the city by the Department of Water and Power to come from wind, solar, geothermal, biomass, fuel cells and small hydro as defined by state law. We would prefer that the renewable energy not come from the Hoover Dam.

We would also like to have full implementation by 2010. Some areas around the state have already achieved a 17% - 18%  renewable energy supply. DWP is currently at 3%, a dismal figure in comparison to the rest of the state.

Thank you for your hard work. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at (818)772-4842.

Sincerely,

Greater Valley Glen Council


October 21, 2004

The Honorable Mayor Hahn
City Of Los Angeles
200 North Spring Street
Room 303
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Dear Mayor Hahn,

We are pleased that you have called a halt to the Intermountain Power Plant 3 (IPP3) project and that you support a 20% renewable energy supply for Los Angeles by 2017.

Our Council would like the 20% renewable energy provided to the city by the Department of Water and Power to come from wind, solar, geothermal, biomass, fuel cells and small hydro as defined by state law. We would prefer that the renewable energy not come from the Hoover Dam.

We would also like to have full implementation by 2010. Some areas around the state have already achieved a 17% - 18% renewable energy supply. DWP is currently at 3%, a dismal figure in comparison to the rest of the state.

Thank you for your hard work. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at (818)772-4842.

Sincerely,

Greater Valley Glen Council


Letter written by Charlotte Laws and sent to all Los Angeles City Councilmembers and Mayor James Hahn on October 21, 2004.

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