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Rhinehart - Government Relations Consultant - Upland, CA, USA

Larry Rhinehart

Upland, CA, USA


A manufacturing and technology expert, former Montclair, California-Mayor Larry Rhinehart wields nearly 20 years of experience in Los Angeles’s information management field. Larry Rhinehart’s extensive career has included several high-profile positions with private business corporations in industries such as durable goods manufacturing, defense consolidation, and aviation engineering.


Government Relations Consultant


Larry Rhinehart earned his Bachelor’s degree in Management Science from Los Angeles’ California State University School of Business in 1975 and has since established an impressive professional career. With business familiarity tracing back to 1960, Larry Rhinehart wields a diverse record of occupational accomplishments.

As Government Relations Consultant for Waste Management, Inc., Larry Rhinehart provides liaison services to cities in the districts of San Gabriel, Pomona Valley, and Inland Empire. Larry Rhinehart’s current employer strives to protect the environment through recycling efforts and resource management.

Throughout his college years and shortly thereafter, Larry Rhinehart maintained positions as Production Assembler & Inspector for truck manufacturer Freightliner Corporation, Computer Programmer at Monterey Park’s Ameron International, and Systems & Programming Manager for the Proto Tool Division in Fullerton, California.

In 1991, the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) hired Larry Rhinehart to administer the development and maintenance of the company’s Strategic Business & Engineering computer systems in Diamond Bar, California. As Systems & Programming Director, Larry Rhinehart improved several of SCAQMD’s internal divisions, including Human Resources, Payroll, Engineering, Personnel, and Accounting. In March 1992, Larry Rhinehart was appointed as SCAQMD’s Director of Intergovernmental Affairs, responsible for administering 16 staff members until his retirement in January 2003.

A former resident of Montclair, California, Larry Rhinehart won the election for Montclair Mayor in 1986. For the next nine years, Larry Rhinehart served three terms as Mayor for the City of Montclair, where he affiliated with the Montclair Planning Commission, Montclair Community Action Committee, and City of Montclair Redevelopment Agency. Larry Rhinehart also represented Montclair through the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG).

Work History

Government Relations Consultant

Waste Management

From May 2004

Solid Waste

Intergovernmental Affairs Officer

South Coast Air Quality Management District

From November 1991

Special Governmental Agency, Air Quality

Business Systems Manager, Project Management


From November 1984

Aviation Manufacturing

Systems Analyst, Data Systems

General Dynamics

From April 1980


Systems & Programming Manager

Proto Tool Division - Ingersol Rand

From November 1977

Tool Manufacturing

Computer Programmer


From June 1967

Pipe Manufacturing

Production Assembler/Inspector

Freightliner Corporation

From July 1960

Truck Manufacturing


Larry Rhinehart

Excellence in Leadership, Air Quality Consultation and Information Management

Qualifications & Certifications

Management Science

California State University, Los Angeles

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