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Register Today for December 5th Quarterly Luncheon

 

November, 2014

If the Sacramento region doesn't meet federal clean air requirements we are at risk of losing federal transportation funds and businesses could feel the impact of additional fees and regulations. We also put residents at risk for adverse health impacts linked to air pollution. Learn how decision-makers and local residents can help improve air quality such that it benefits public health and economic growth at the next Cleaner Air Partnership Quarterly Luncheon

Date: Friday, December 5, 2014
Time: 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM
Location: Sacramento Association of Realtors, 2003 Howe, Ave., Sacramento
RSVP: Here

Thanks to our business partners Union Pacific and the Sacramento Association of Realtors®, there is no cost to attend the luncheon.  However, registration is requested for food planning purposes. 

 


 
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Sacramento Region Has Met Federal Air Requirements for Fine Particle Pollution
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