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STATE AUDITOR’S REPORT SHOW CITY OF SOUTH EL MONTE IS FINANCIALLY SOUND The California State Auditor released a report assessing the financial health of all California cities. South El Monte received favorable news as it is considered a “low risk” city, meaning that it is operating in a sound financial manner. There were 453 California cities examined in the latest report. South El Monte was ranked at 190. Among surrounding cities is one of the better rankings. Each year the California State Auditor has the mission to improve California government by identifying cities that are at high risk for the potential of waste, fraud, abuse, mismanagement, or that have major challenges associated with their economy, efficiency, or effectiveness. The financial health of California cities is examined by performing a risk assessment based upon audited financial statements. Financial health is assessed through key performance indicators, also known as metrics. These metrics have been developed in order to assess the financial health of all cities within the State using the same approach and methodology. All California cities are then ranked based upon initial assessment results, with the “High Risk” cities to be selected for a full State audit. These State audits are in-depth examinations that require a corrective action plan to demonstrate that deficiencies are corrected. The scoring system used to evaluate financial health consists of various metrics that measure performance. Among these metrics include: Level of General Fund Reserves; Amount of outstanding debt; Liquidity of available funds; Reserve trends of uncommitted funds; Funding level of pension obligations; Cost of pension obligations; and Retiree health care costs and funding. In this most recent State Auditor report, South El Monte scored 74 out of 100 possible points. Areas of improvement were identified regarding pension and retiree health care funding. South El Monte has already developed and is implementing a plan to address areas requiring correction. South El Monte has continued to work diligently in the area of improving financial reporting. The last audited financial statement resulted in a “clean” unmodified opinion. This is the highest level opinion that can be achieved reflecting that the financial information reported is accurate and conforms to government reporting requirements. Also, in the most recently completed audit, the independent auditing firm identified only 5 audit findings requiring corrective action. This continues a positive trend where over the prior two years the results were 15 and 10 audit findings respectively. This positive trend is the result of an expanded Finance Policy approved by City Council, City Manager leadership, and more qualified Finance Department staff. Further enhancements and improvements will continue as a new Financial Accounting system is currently being implemented. This is expected to be fully operational by May 2022. After the implementation of the new financial accounting system, there are plans to submit the audited financial statements and budget to the Government Finance Officer Association for their review and certification in their awards program.

CITY NOW ACCEPTING COMMISSIONER APPLICATIONS DEADLINE: JANUARY 5, 2022

PAID

PERMIT #87 EL MONTE EDDM ECRWSS

PRSRT. STD U.S. POSTAGE

These documents may be found on the City’s website at cityofsouthelmonte.org

Do you take pride in public service? Do you want to help shape the future of South El Monte?

The City Clerk’s office is accepting applications for City Commissions. Current terms will expire on December 31, 2021.

Residential Customer

City of South El Monte 1415 Santa Anita Ave. South El Monte, CA 91733

Get involved and join one of our Commissions below: • COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMISSION – FIVE (5) POSITIONS

(2 of the members must be at least 60 years of age and 1 member between the ages of 16 and 21) The Community Services Commission acts in an advisory capacity to the City Council in matters pertaining to social programming, health and welfare, child development, public recreational facilities and leisure activities.

• PATRIOTIC COMMISSION - FIVE (5) POSITIONS

The Patriotic Commission acts in an advisory capacity to the City Council in all matters pertaining to patriotism and the civic recognition of both active and veteran military personnel.

• PLANNING COMMISSION – FIVE (5) POSITIONS

The Planning Commission is responsible, with the assistance of staff, for the development of the goals and objectives for the Planning and Community Development Department, to be approved by the City Council. All applicants must be a resident of the City of South El Monte and if appointed, complete a Live Scan. City employees are not eligible to serve on commissions. Applications may be obtained Monday through Thursday, 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at City Hall’s Reception Desk, 1415 Santa Anita Avenue, South El Monte or on the City’s website at www.cityofsouthelmonte.org. The deadline for accepting applications is Wednesday, January 5, 2022, by 5:00 p.m. For further information, please contact the City Clerk’s office at (626) 579-6540, extension 3220.


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SOUTH EL MONTE NEWS • DECEMBER 2021

SOUTH EL MONTE CITY COUNCIL MAYOR MAYOR PRO TEM COUNCILMAN COUNCILMAN COUNCILWOMAN

GLORIA OLMOS RICHARD ANGEL MANUEL ACOSTA HECTOR DELGADO GRACIE RETAMOZA

CITY HALL CLOSED FOR HOLIDAY SEASON City Hall will be closed beginning Monday, December 27, 2021, and reopen Monday January 3, 2022.

CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS

The City Council holds regular meetings on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month. Regular meetings start at 6 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 1415 Santa Anita Avenue, South El Monte.

CITY COUNCIL

PRESENTATIONS

Public Participation Live and Virtual

1415 Santa Anita Avenue, South El Monte Via Zoom (View and/or Participate only during Public Comment) Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86581711880 Meeting ID: 865 8171 1880 Or Call In: 1(669) 900-6833, when prompted, enter 86581711880#

Questions or Assistance

For additional information, please call the City Clerk’s Office at (626) 579-6540 ext. 3280.

UPCOMING MEETINGS DECEMBER 14

The Valle Lindo School District Board presented plaques of appreciation to the City of South El Monte for the City’s support of the students and families of the district.

CITY MANAGER RACHEL BARBOSA DEPUTY CITY MANAGER RENE SALAS CITY CLERK DONNA G. SCHWARTZ COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR COLBY CATALDI

Teacher Teresa Lopez was recognized by the City Council for her 40 years of dedicated and outstanding service to the City of South El Monte.

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CITY OF SOUTH EL MONTE COVID-19 HOURS Please be advised that City hours and operations are subject to change due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For updates visit our City website and social media platforms.

COVID-19 HOTLINE (626) 652-6800

CITY HALL

1415 SANTA ANITA AVENUE • (626) 579-6540 MONDAY – THURSDAY • 7:00 A.M. – 5:30 P.M. FRIDAY – SUNDAY • CLOSED CLOSED ON MAJOR HOLIDAYS Administration Human Resources Building & Safety Community Development Economic Development Public Works/Engineering

City Clerk Finance Housing Planning

CITY YARD

1900 CENTRAL AVENUE • (626) 444-3158 MONDAY – THURSDAY • 7:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.

COMMUNITY CENTER

1530 CENTRAL AVENUE • (626) 579-2043 MONDAY – FRIDAY • 1:00 P.M – 9:00 P.M.

PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER

1443 SANTA ANITA AVENUE • (626) 652-3111 (BY APPOINTMENT ONLY) INFORMATION LINE HOURS MONDAY - THURSDAY • 9:00 A.M. - 5:30 P.M. CODE ENFORCEMENT & PARKING ENFORCEMENT

SENIOR CENTER

IMPORTANT NUMBERS ANIMAL CONTROL (SEAACA)

(562) 803-3301

ANONYMOUS NARCOTICS TIP LINE

(626) 292-3375

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

(626) 443-0180

HOUSING RIGHTS CENTER

(800) 477-5977

SUPERVISOR HILDA L. SOLIS OFFICE

(626) 350-4500

SAN GABRIEL VALLEY SERVICE CENTER

(626) 575-5431

GREATER EL MONTE COMMUNITY HOSPITAL

(626) 579-7777

LIBRARY

(626) 443-4158

LA COUNTY SOCIAL PROGRAMS

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LA COUNTY ASSESSOR’S OFFICE

(626) 258-6001

POST OFFICE

(800) 275-8777

VECTOR CONTROL

(562) 944-9656

LAHSA (LOS ANGELES HOMELESS SERVICES AUTHORITY) MAKE A HOMELESS OUTREACH REQUEST AT LA-HOP.ORG

UTILITY COMPANIES

EDISON

(800) 655-4555

GAS COMPANY

(800) 427-2000

SAN GABRIEL VALLEY WATER COMPANY

(626) 448-6183

ATHENS SERVICES (TRASH/STREET SWEEPING)

(888) 336-6100

SPECTRUM (888) 369-2808

1556 CENTRAL AVENUE • (626) 448-0131 INFORMATION LINE HOURS MONDAY – THURSDAY • 8:30 A.M. – 4:30 P.M. FRIDAY • 8:00 A.M. – 3:30 P.M.

SHERIFF’S TEMPLE STATION

8838 LAS TUNAS DR., TEMPLE CITY, CA 91780 (626) 285-7171 • LASD.ORG/TEMPLE 911 FOR LIFE-THREATENING EMERGENCIES OR IN-PROGRESS CRIMES


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SOUTH EL MONTE NEWS • DECEMBER 2021

RECYCLING SERVICES AT THE CITY YARD

South El Monte residents may recycle their Electronic Waste (E-Waste) and Used Motor Oil and Filters free of charge at the City of South El Monte Public Works Maintenance Yard, located at 1900 Central Avenue.

ITEMS ACCEPTED

Holiday

Tree Recycling

Athens Services collects and composts real holiday trees and foliage into nutrient-rich soil amendment that can be used in agriculture, public parks, and landscaping. DISPOSAL INSTRUCTIONS (REAL TREES) • Remove all stands, lights, ornaments, tree skirts, and tinsel. • If your tree is more than six feet in length, please cut it in half.

E-Waste items accepted include: • Alarm clocks • Cell phones • Computers • Electronic games • Fax machines • Hair dryers • Keyboards • Printers • Radios • Scanners • Stereos • Televisions

Used Motor Oil & Filters

To recycle them please drain the filter for 12 hours to remove most of the used oil. Store your used oil and filter in a leak-proof container. Do not mix oil with gasoline, automotive fluids, other liquids, or debris. Contamination makes it hazardous and unrecyclable. This service is only available to South El Monte residents, proof of residency is required. Business waste is not accepted. An appointment must be scheduled. To schedule your appointment to drop off items for recycling or for additional information, please contact Brianna Badar at (626) 579-6540 ext. 3245 or via email at bbadar@soelmonte.org.

• Place your tree curbside for collection trees are collected on regular collection days from December 26th and ending the second week in January. • If you miss the collection period, please cut up your tree and place it in your organics waste cart. Artificial trees, flocked trees, and trees coated with fire retardant are NOT recyclable or compostable; they will be treated as trash. If the artificial tree is still usable, please consider donating it. Broken or no longer usable artificial trees should be disposed of as part of a bulky item collection.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CONTACT ATHENS SERVICES AT (888) 336-6100.

The City of South El Monte allows yard sales citywide in Residential Zones on the first Saturday of every month with a permit. Yard Sale permits are FREE and available on the City website at cityofsouthelmonte.org and at City Hall, 1415 Santa Anita Avenue, Monday through Thursday from 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Proof of residency (i.e., electric, water, or gas bill) is required for permit.

Upcoming Yard Sale Dates for 2022 • January 1 • April 2 • July 2 • October 1

• February 5 • May 7 • August 6 • November 5

• March 5 • June 4 • September 3 • December 3

For more information, please call (626) 242-1666.


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CITY OF SOUTH EL MONTE Effective January 1, 2022, Athens Services is upgrading South El Monte’s waste and recycling program! RECYCLING & SOLID WASTE SERVICES

Beginning January 1, 2022, Athens Services will be providing the City of South El Monte new recycling, solid waste and organic waste services for all residential customers. Athens Services will begin providing containers for all residents in the City of South El Monte. Your service date will not be affected by this transition.

BILLING AND SERVICE INQUIRIES

Beginning January 2022, Athens Services will assume all billing inquiries. For any questions regarding billing, please call their Customer Service Line at (888) 336-6100. Their call center is open from 7:00am-5:00pm (Monday-Friday) and 7:00am – Noon (Saturday).

DELIVERY OF CONTAINERS

Beginning December 20, 2021, Athens Services will start delivering brand new containers to all customers. All customers will receive a 96-gallon container package (default): (1) black/trash container, (1) blue/recycling container, and (1) green/organics container. Alternative container-size packages are available upon request.

NOTE: IN NOVEMBER 2021, Athens Services mailed out

service option enrollment cards to residents with package options, please mail it back to submit your request or make any service package changes. Requests can be made at no charge until January 31, 2022.

HELLO ¡HOLA SOUTH EL MONTE! SOUTH EL MONTE!

Effective January 1, 2022, South El Monte’s waste Athens Services is upgrading and recycling program! A partir del 1 de enero de mejorar el programa de 2022, ¡Athens Services va a basura y reciclaje de South El Monte!

SCAN TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE NEW PROGRAM

Questions?

Call (888) 336-6100 or, visit AthensServices.com/SEM Para obtener información en español, llame a Athens Services al (888) 336-6100.

If you did not receive an Athens Services’ service option enrollment card, you may pick one up at City Hall, 1415 Santa Anita Avenue, during regular business hours Monday through Thursday from 7:00 am to 5:30 pm. SERVICE OPTIONS MONTHLY COST All packages include: (1) black/trash container, (1) blue/recycling container, and (1) green/organics container 96-gallon (3) container package (default) 64-gallon (3) container package 35-gallon/senior(3) container package

BLUE = RECYCLE • Plastic • Paper • Cardboard • Glass • Metals

$5.97 / month $5.30 / month $4.72 / month

GREEN = ORGANICS • Green Waste • Food Scraps • Food-Soiled Paper

BLACK = WASTE • Unusable clothing & fabric • Cacti & succulents • Cigarette butts • Diapers • Pet waste

EXISTING CONTAINERS

Customers will continue to use their existing containers until new containers are received. Starting January 1, 2022, customer-owned containers will no longer be serviced. During the transition period, from December 20, 2021 - January 31, 2022, residents can call to schedule a FREE bulky collection to remove their old containers. Customer-owned old containers must be EMPTIED and placed upside down on the curb on scheduled collection day. This bulky collection will not count towards the allotted free bulky collections (three per year). Please call Athens Services Customer Service at (888) 336-6100 to schedule your bulky collection.

CONTAINER PLACEMENT

Please place containers at the curb or adjacent alley on your collection day (before 7:00am) with wheels against the curb, lids closed and spaced about 1 foot apart. Please remove all carts by sunset of service day.

HOLIDAY COLLECTION SCHEDULE

Collection may be delayed one day after the following holidays: New Year’s Day Memorial Day Independence Day Labor Day Thanksgiving Day Christmas Day


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THIS HOLIDAY SEASON

SHOP, EAT, & SPEND

IN SOUTH EL MONTE Support the local businesses who support our South El Monte Community.

SHOP LOCAL, SHOP SOUTH EL MONTE


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VALLE LINDO STUDENTS ARE PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE! Through the Valle Lindo District’s science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (STEAM) programs, students build confidence through LEGO Robotics hands-on learning where “abstract concepts become tangible, allowing students to move from simple explorations to increasingly complex real-world challenges as they progress through different grades.” As students grow they deepen their knowledge of STEAM concepts through an integrated blended learning approach that teaches students how to solve real world problems. Students develop foundational skills including creativity, critical thinking, collaboration, and communication.

In addition to LEGO robotics, students at both New Temple and Shively utilize the District’s Golden Bell award-winning program, Zingy Science, which combines online learning with lecture, note-taking and lab activities to create a comprehensive, structured program that provides middle school students with a strong foundation in science. With the growing demand for scientists, technology experts, engineers, and mathematicians, the district is confident that Zingy Science is contributing to our students being prepared to acquire the advanced skills needed to meet the challenges of the 21st century. Valle Lindo School District’s Cyber Patriot Middle School Program equips students with skills to be career ready. Students learn about computer hardware and network basics and have the opportunity to earn Network Pro certification as well as CompTIA Network+ certification. These certifications provide students with the ability to land careers within the field of Cyber Security. CyberPatriot is the National Youth Cyber Education Program created by the Air Force Association. The program propels students toward careers in cybersecurity, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Our students are experiencing what it feels like to be in charge of securing virtual networks. If you are looking for a school district where your child can thrive and advance in STEM, call the Valle Lindo School District at (626) 228-8440 to find out more about our award-winning programs. Valle Lindo School District is now accepting applications for 2022-2023 District of Choice. Submit your application to enroll your student today!

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PARKS & RECREATION DIVISION The Parks and Recreation Division enriches the quality of lives for our community through the variety of events and programs they provide.

COMMUNITY CENTER

City of South El Monte Community Services Department

1530 CENTRAL AVE. • (626) 579-2043 MONDAY-FRIDAY • 1:00 P.M. - 9:00 P.M. CLOSED ON MAJOR HOLIDAYS

THE COMMUNITY CENTER WILL BE CLOSED ON: DECEMBER 24 · CHRISTMAS EVE DECEMBER 31 · NEW YEAR’S EVE

VISIT OUR VIRTUAL RECREATION CENTER FOR: • RESOURCES • CLASSES • CONTESTS * PROGRAMS, EVENTS, & FEES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.

CONNECT WITH US SEM_PARKSANDREC

Winter Camp

December 20, 2021 - December 30, 2021 (Monday - Thursday) 7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Kinder - 8th Grade Registration is now open! Resident Fee: $40 (sibling discount available) Non-Resident Fee: $100

Register at the South El Monte Community Center 1530 Central Ave. South El Monte Monday - Friday from 1:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

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City of South El Monte Community Services Department We're making our list and checking it twice! This holiday season, the City of South El Monte will help bring a smile to hundreds of children.

Christmas Wish Toy Giveaway Registration Information REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Register at the South El Monte Community Center 1530 Central Ave. Monday - Friday from 1:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Requirements Photo ID Proof of South El Monte Residency (Utility bill, ID, etc.) Birth certificates for dependents ages 0-13 Proof of low-income status

The Toy Giveaway will take place on December 18, 2021 from 1:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. All guests will enjoy a day of entertainment, activities, and food. Gifts will be given to all registered children.

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For more information, please call 626-579-2043.

Holiday Home Decorating CONTEST

South El Monte residents are invited to show off their holiday spirit by participating in the City's annual Holiday Home Decorating Contest for 2021. Judging will take place on Tuesday, December 7 after 6:00 p.m. An application is not necessary, however if you would like to ensure your home is entered in the contest, please call (626) 579-2043 to provide your address.


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SENIOR CENTER

1556 CENTRAL AVE. • (626) 448-0131 INFORMATION LINE HOURS MONDAY – THURSDAY • 8:30 A.M. – 4:30 P.M. FRIDAY • 8:00 A.M. – 3:30 P.M. THE SENIOR CENTER WILL BE CLOSED ON: DECEMBER 24 • CHRISTMAS EVE DECEMBER 31 • NEW YEAR’S EVE The Senior Center is Now Open with limited capacity and amenities. All Public Heath Protocols will be in effect.

SENIOR SERVICES DIVISION HOME-DELIVERED MEALS PROGRAM

TUESDAY - FRIDAY SUGGESTED, BUT NOT REQUIRED DONATION IS $10 PER WEEK. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED CALL (626) 448-0131 The Home Delivered Meals program provides meals to adults 60 and older who are “Safer at Home” due to COVID-19 and are unable to prepare meals for themselves. City staff delivers meals directly to the homes of seniors who reside in the City of South El Monte. There is no charge for eligible participants, but we appreciate your donation in any amount you can afford. If you are unable to donate, it will not affect your participation in our program.

TRANSPORTATION SERVICES (FREE)

MONDAY-FRIDAY • 8:30 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED RESERVATIONS MUST BE MADE IN ADVANCE 24 HOURS WITH TRANSPORTATION DISPATCHER. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL (626) 448-0131. Transportation services are available to residents who are 60+ years of age or disabled (any age), Monday through Friday (except major holidays), from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. This service transports participants within city limits and up to 15 miles outside South El Monte for medical appointments.

City of South El Monte Senior Services Division

IT’S TIME TO ENJOY SOME HOLIDAY CHEER, SO SENIORS (60+) JOIN US FOR OUR

Christmas DRIVE-THRU

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21 · 10:00 A.M. - 11:00 A.M. SOUTH EL MONTE SENIOR CENTER PARKING LOT 1556 CENTRAL AVENUE, SOUTH EL MONTE A lunch meal and special treat will be given to seniors 60 years of age and older, while supplies last. Participants must wear their face masks and remain in their vehicles during the drive-thru event.

For more information, please call (626) 448-0131


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UPCOMING ACTIVTIES FOR SENIORS (60+) AT THE SENIOR CENTER SPACE IS LIMITED · PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED

All senior programs are subject to the guidelines as established by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health including wearing face masks and maintaining social distancing. Additional program restrictions and/or cancellations may apply.

Please contact the Senior Services Division at (626) 448-0131 to register for any of the senior programs listed below or for additional information.

ARTHRITIS EXERCISE PROGRAM FREE

MONDAY, DECEMEBER 13 & 27 • 9:30 A.M. – 10:30 A.M.

CRAFT CLASS FREE

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7 •10:30 A.M.

CROSS STITICHING FREE

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15 • 9:30 A.M. – 10:30 A.M.

GUITAR CLASS FREE

MONDAYS •1:00 P.M. – 2:00 P.M.

*MUST BRING YOUR OWN GUITAR

FRIENDLY BINGO FREE

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15• 9:30 A.M. – 11:00 A.M.

ZUMBA EXERCISE FREE

MONDAY, DECEMBER 6 • 9:30 A.M. – 10:30 A.M.

*BRING YOUR TOWEL & WATER BOTTLE

NEW!

SOCIAL HOUR

BEGINNING DECEMBER 7 TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS • 12:30 P.M. – 1:30 P.M.

BILLIARD ROOM

BEGINNING DECEMBER 7 TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS • 12:30 P.M. – 1:30 P.M.