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The MSRC Re-Elects its Chair, the Next Mayor of Cathedral City

June 06, 2017

For a fifth consecutive year, Cathedral City Mayor Pro-Tem Greg Pettis has been re-elected to serve as MSRC Chair for 2017-2018. Serving on the MSRC since 2009, Greg represents the Riverside County Transportation Commission on the Committee. He has been on the Cathedral City City Council since 1994 and will assume his Mayoral duties early next year. In addition to serving on the City Council, he is the Managing Director of the Institute for Sustainability at California State University, San Bernardino. Greg represents Cathedral City and the Coachella Valley on the Riverside County Transportation Commission and the Southern California Associations of Governments, and both the National and California League of Cities Board of Directors.

Larry McCallon was re-elected for a fourth term as MSRC Vice-Chair representing the newly-created San Bernardino County Transportation Authority on the MSRC. Currently the Mayor Pro Tem of the City of Highland, Larry has been on the Highland City Council since 2002, and represents San Bernardino County on the Governing Board of the South Coast Air Quality Management District. He is a Past President of the Southern California Association of Governments where he represented Highland and San Bernardino on its Regional Council.

Congratulations, Greg and Larry!


The Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee (MSRC) was formed in 1990 when Assembly Bill AB 2766 was signed into law authorizing a $4 motor vehicle registration fee. Thirty percent of the $4 fee or approximately $14 million annually is used for programs administered by the MSRC. All of the programs eligible for funding must reduce air pollution from mobile sources.

Membership of the MSRC is made up of representatives from the transportation agencies of Riverside, Los Angeles, San Bernardino and Orange County, as well as the Southern California Association of Governments, Southern California Rideshare, California Air Resources Board and the South Coast Air Quality Management District.


Cynthia Ravenstein
MSRC Contracts Administrator
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