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On Wednesday, July 28, the US Senate voted 67-32 to begin debating the bipartisan infrastructure stimulus proposal, with 17 Republicans, including Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, joining all 50 Senate Democrats in favor. After several months of negotiations on infrastructure, this takes the proposal to the next step in the legislative …continue reading

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The Southern California Association of Governments’ (SCAG) Sustainable Communities Program (SCP) is a technical assistance program that provides direct resources for jurisdictions and agencies for local planning. The SCP strengthens local partnerships and implements strategies outlined in Connect SoCal to promote healthy, connected and equitable communities. In April 2021, Community …continue reading

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The Orange County cities of Stanton, Laguna Woods and Garden Grove are among eight jurisdictions across Southern California to receive Smart Cities funding to address congestion and air quality challenges. The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) on Thursday (July 1) approved the awarding of $2.5 million, in total, through …continue reading

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The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) announced grant awards totaling $250,000 to three nonprofits and community-based organizations in Orange County to promote equitable growth strategies. The grant awards ranged from $50,000 to $100,000 and will cover a range of activities related to housing policy and land use. In all, …continue reading

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SCAG is excited to announce two major opportunities for students in the region! 2021 Student Showcase: Submit an ArcGIS StoryMap The 2021 Student Showcase is a virtual ArcGIS StoryMap competition with two award categories: Innovation and Planning. Student participants are invited to conceptualize, create and submit ArcGIS StoryMaps using SCAG’s …continue reading