Re: Recharging at State agencies
- The various air quality management districts here in California, such
as the South Coast Air Quality Management District, provide EV
charging for both staff and the general public. I am pretty sure that
other state agencies also allow charging.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "mpittscampbell"
> Does anyone have information as to methods to compel a CaliforniaState agency to
> allow an employee (i.e. me) to recharge their electric vehicle(i.e. Sparrow #267), using
> an agency electrical outlet, while I am on duty? At the moment, theBorder Coast
> Orange sits idle because we have moved 13 miles north and I amunable to commute
> round-trip on one charge, no matter how gentle I am.dollars a week it would
> I attempted to ask permission (offering to pay the couple of
> cost) and was told, politely, after a 5-month stall, to poundsand: "CDC does not have
> any provisions to sell fuel or electricity to its employees." Statelegislators were
> equally helpful: "It is the clear intent of the Legislature toencourage the use of
> alternative fuel vehicles," however, there is no enablinglegislation.
>they usually ignore
> Politeness, persuasion, and common sense do not work with CDC:
> anything less than the order of a Federal judge. What I am lookingfor are statutes or
> ordinances (examples m-i-i-i-ght work), something I can point toand say, "I would
> like to recharge my Sparrow while I am on duty and this is why I amallowed to do so."