L.A. Councilman Calls for Glendale to Extend Scholl Canyon Landfill Review

By EGPNews

 “Given no outreach has been offered to the residents of Eagle Rock who bear a significant burden from the operation of the landfill,” Los Angeles Councilman Jose Huizar this week said he has been able to convince the City of Glendale to extend until Oct. 20 the public comment period for the Biogas Generation Project, which consists of construction and operation of a 12-megawatt power generation facility.

The facility would be located at 7721 N. Figueroa St. at the Scholl Canyon Landfill, which abuts the Eagle Rock neighborhood in the city of Los Angeles.

“I am absolutely committed to making sure Eagle Rock has an opportunity to hear full details about the project and offer comment,” Huizar said, encouraging residents to submit their comments to Glendale’s Dennis Joe at djoe@glendaleca.gov or write to the Community Development Department, Planning Division Office, at 633 E. Broadway, Room 103, Glendale, CA 91206.

Huizar said he has also offered the services of his staff to Glendale to help with the outreach.

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