Southern California Edison (SCE)
Dean Heiss – Project Controls Manager
Dean has been a project core team lead within numerous successful construction projects including but not limited to a $44 million laboratory renovation, $72 million toxicology center project, 19 acre LEED Plainum service center project, and the world’s largest renewable transmission project costing over $3 billion that now transmits wind generated renewable energy 173 miles from the Tehachapi region to the LA basin to power three million homes. Dean is currently a manager in SCEs major projects organization driving predictable results through service excellence, innovative solutions, and cultivation of top talent.
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Carolyn Inmon, member, OC Senior Citizens Advisory Council
Carolyn Inmon has continued service to the Irvine community since 1975, including a 40 year career in education, reaching over 10,000 students, from kindergarten to community college. In addition she became a Director of Forensics at two colleges and a founding member of the University Exchange Club, now Crossroads. She currently is an author and serves on the Irvine Children, Youth and Families Advisory Committee and the Irvine Senior Citizens Council.
The Senior Citizens Advisory Council (SCAC) advises the Orange County Board of Supervisors and the Office on Aging on matters affecting senior citizens in Orange County. The council consists of forty volunteer citizens, including local elected officials, representatives of health care and supportive service provider organizations, persons with leadership experience, and the general public. The Council has three standing committees and an Executive Board.
Claude Parrish – Orange County Property Tax Assessor
Claude Parrish was elected Assessor of Orange County in November of 2014 by 33,000 votes. Claude served on the State Board of Equalization for eight years as Vice-Chairman, was a Member of the Franchise Tax Board, and Chairman of the Property Tax Committee. In June 2006 he was the Republican nominee for State Treasurer.
Claude has owned several small businesses, has been an executive at American Broadcasting Company where he managed shopping centers and commercial properties, and an Insurance Commissioner for Los Angeles County.
Claude was born and raised in Southern California. He holds a Suma Cum Laude degree in Accounting and Business, a Real Estate and Brokers license, and is an IRS Enrolled Agent.
Come and hear Claude talk about his plans as our Orange County Assessor, and what Claude has accomplished since taking office in 2014.
TUSD/SAUSD High School Students of the Quarter
Rotarian Mark Eliot will introduce us to students from the Tustin & Santa Ana area that have made exemplary student achievement and/or improvement, and serve as inspiration and role models to other students in the area.
Club Associates Meeting @ The Elks Club
All Club Members are welcome. Join for a social evening and meet up with Associate Members of the TSA Rotary Club.
The Toll Roads
At 948 square miles, Orange County is home to beautiful beaches, world-class shopping and the happiest place on Earth. It’s also home to the largest network of toll roads in the state.
Comprised of State Routes 73, 133, 241 and 261, The Toll Roads make up over 20 percent of Orange County’s major thoroughfare highway system and are the fastest, easiest and most predictable way to get to and around Orange County.
The Transportation Corridor Agencies (TCA) were created with the very clear mission of enhancing mobility in Orange County and Southern California by developing and operating publicly-owned toll roads as a part of the state highway system.
San Joaquin Marsh Tour (In Irvine) – Brown bag lunch
BRING WALKING SHOES – Rotarians will meet at the San Joaquin Marsh, 5 Riparian View, Irvine, CA
A Brown Bag lunch will be provided to all who RSVP.
Meeting Starts at 12:00 noon and tour starts at 12:20
The IRWD San Joaquin Marsh & Wildlife Sanctuary is a true hidden gem located in the heart of busy Orange County. The marsh encompasses over 300 acres of coastal freshwater wetlands, half of which have been restored to a natural state. The remaining acres are quality habitat and are not in need of restoration. Nearly two-thirds the size of New York City’s Central Park, the San Joaquin Marsh & Wildlife Sanctuary has become one of Southern California’s most notable nature respites.
for more info visit https://www.irwd.com/san-joaquin-marsh/san-joaquin-marsh