Southeast Mobile Tech Lab Nearly Ready for the Road

By EGP News Service

City of Vernon Mayor Hilario “Larry” Gonzales journeyed to Perris, California last month to take a first hand look at the work-in-progress on the Vernon – Southeast Mobile Technology Lab. The vehicle, which has been nearly a year in the making and is funded by Vernon, will provide southeast area residents access to new tools to bridge the digital divide. Pictured left to right: Andy Carrasco, Public Affairs Manager, East/Southeast LA Southern California Gas Company; Ron Garcia, Regional Manager, Southern California Edison; Vernon Mayor Hilario “Larry” Gonzales; Emma Hernandez, Consultant, Applied Behavioral Services For Children, Inc; and Cesar Zaldivar-Motts, Executive Director Southeast Community Development Corporation, take a look at the body infrastructure of the Vernon – Southeast Mobile Technology Lab.

City of Vernon Mayor Hilario “Larry” Gonzales journeyed to Perris, California last month to take a first hand look at the work-in-progress on the Vernon – Southeast Mobile Technology Lab. The vehicle, which has been nearly a year in the making and is funded by Vernon, will provide southeast area residents access to new tools to bridge the digital divide. Pictured left to right: Andy Carrasco, Public Affairs Manager, East/Southeast LA Southern California Gas Company; Ron Garcia, Regional Manager, Southern California Edison; Vernon Mayor Hilario “Larry” Gonzales; Emma Hernandez, Consultant, Applied Behavioral Services For Children, Inc; and Cesar Zaldivar-Motts, Executive Director Southeast Community Development Corporation, take a look at the body infrastructure of the Vernon – Southeast Mobile Technology Lab.

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August 27, 2009  Copyright © 2012 Eastern Group Publications, Inc.

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2 Responses to “Southeast Mobile Tech Lab Nearly Ready for the Road”

  1. Antonio Lugo on September 3rd, 2009 1:38 am

    Vernon is the most corrupt city west of the Mississippi. They do not care about the residents in the southeast. Do you really think the council lives in the most polluted city in LA county? They make a lot of money if the city clerk once made $600,000 per year. They do not live in our side of town. that City should be taken over by the State for lack of ligitament residents.

  2. Martha Andrade on September 15th, 2009 12:00 pm

    The City of Vernon funded , in part, the technology project which is the subject of this article. Comments regarding the politics of Vernon are inappropriate here. The many residents who will benefit from the Mobile Technology Lab will come from all over the Southeast area, where people who are employed in the city DO live.

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