Last month, the South Coast Air Quality Management District decided to postpone their vote on Indirect Source Rules (ISRs) to their April 6th board meeting. ISRs impose a cap on warehouses, new/redevelopment construction and railyards and have the potential to limit investment in California’s transportation infrastructure, kill jobs, and hurt the competitiveness of California’s freight system.
We need you, and as many people that you can bring, to attend the hearing at the South Coast Air Quality Management District on April 6th – where the SCAQMD Board will AGAIN consider the eventual adoption of Indirect Source Rules.
There will not be any public comment for this agenda item at this meeting. Therefore, we must visually show the AQMD Board that there is a strong constituency that still opposes these measures and we stand together against such regulations.
AQMD MEETING DETAILS:
We look forward to seeing you there. If you have any questions please contact Sarah Wiltfong at Sarah.Wiltfong@bizfed.org.