Kansen Chu, our State Assembly member, will give a brief legislative update at the next breakfast. He recently introduced legislation as a direct response to ongoing odor issues in and around the South Bay area. The bill, AB 1975, would create a taskforce to study all potential sources of emissions and identify how we can mitigate the impacts. He is also seeking local support for AB 1395: Cleanup of State Highways and Freeways, a bill to combat litter and debris problem on our state highways. Although the bill has already passed the Assembly with bipartisan support, it still needs strong support as it moves forward in the Senate. Kansen’s presentation will be followed by a question and answer period.
The free breakfast is co-sponsored by the Sunnyhills Neighborhood Association and the Sunnyhills United Methodist Church. It is held in Jones Hall at the Sunnyhills United Methodist Church, 355 Dixon Road (across from Weller School playground). Everyone is welcome. Donations are gratefully accepted. The Community Breakfast occurs the first (non-holiday) Saturday of the month except July and August. For more information about the breakfast or the Neighborhood Association, call (408) 507-3913.