The Rowland Heights Community Coordinating Council will meet Monday, Dec. 12, at 7 p.m. at Pathfinder Community Regional Park in the upper community building.
The regular agenda has been revised in order to accommodate a special report by Assemblyman Curt Hagman. Curt recently was able to get the Public Utilities Commission to put a halt to further Southern California Edison tower construction pending a review of the route for the transmission line.
He will be dropping by to bring our community up to date regarding that situation, and what we might do to facilitate the effort to get the transmission line route changed (or at least get the two towers affecting our community center site moved to a different location).
This will tie directly to the planned presentation regarding the status of our Community Center construction project. Scott Stevenson, acting director of the L.A. County Construction Management Division of the Community Development Commission will provide an update on the status of the Rowland Heights Community Center project to be built at Pathfinder Park.
The CHP will be on hand to collect donations of unwrapped new toys and sporting goods for their CHiPs For Kids program.