California League of Food Producers 29 looking into issues of IOU solvency and potential implica- tions on rate payers. CLFP is also monitoring legislative activity and discussions surrounding the development of a regional energy market, which could potentially create a more reliable and afford- able energy supply. CLFP Government Affairs Director Trudi Hughes regularly meets with California legislators. Pictured here from left to right - Assembly Member Cecilia Aguiar-Curry, Hughes, Assembly Member Monique Limon and Assembly Member Susan Eggman. CLFP is supporting measures that provide energy efficiency funding for industrial projects. One measure, in particular, would increase access to existing industrial rate payer energy efficiency funds by requiring the California Public Utility Commission to clarify eligibility requirements to participate in programs and sets new timing requirements and establishes a dispute resolution process. WATER CLFP is continuing to engage on water conservation legislation. Several bills seek to apply performance standards on water users, including those in the agricultural, commer- cial, industrial and institutional sectors. CLFP is neutral on these bills as process water is exempted from these performance measures. Keep up to date on legislature issues impacting the industry by joining the CLFP Legislative Affairs Committee. The committee meets monthly via conference calls. For more information, contact Trudi Hughes at firstname.lastname@example.org or (916) 640-8150. Pink Paste Floor Treatment FS Specialties, LLC. www.foodsafetywarehouse.com Ofﬁce: (805) 464 -2113 Don’t let food and water ﬁll your ﬂoor cracks & voids with headaches.