Last week, it was a little chilly, so I guess global warming was off.
I sure wish climate change would make up its mind!
Joe B. is back over at the Mayor Sam blog and all is right with the world. Word has it the divorce proceedings hit a snag when neither party was willing to accept sole custody of Phil Jennerjahn comments.
If you are over 50 and still have your teeth, read this...
Watch out for tooth #30. Mine had four roots and there's no telling how many roots this tooth is willing to grow to stay in your mouth. Found a local "green" dentist who removed the tooth and replaced it with a native Oak. I'm happy to do my part for the environment, but frankly I don't like the way squirrels now look at me when I smile.
Enviros on the radar this week are:
Veronica Padilla for doing the right thing and bringing protective facemasks to granite workers in Pacoima and Robina Suwol for
Schools and Environmental Health:At a Crossroads
Come speak to local, state, and federal public officials about school environmental health issues and their importance in your community. We want to hear your concerns and give you a chance to influence policy on this important issue.
February 1, 2011
City Hall, 200 North Spring Street, Downtown Los Angeles
4th Floor Media Center
Robina Suwol, Executive Director, California Safe Schools &
Jane Williams, Executive Director, California Communities Against Toxics
Pre -Event Learning Session
What Are U.S. EPA’s Draft School Siting Guidelines and
what might they mean for your community?
U.S. EPA has proposed new draft voluntary school siting guidelines. The draft guidelines are available for public comment until February 18, 2011 at www.epa.gov/schools. Learn more about these guidelines at this pre-event learning session.
Share YOUR experience with school siting and environmental health issues!Please RSVP to Robina Suwol | 818-785-5515 | firstname.lastname@example.org