Posts Tagged Proposition O

June Events Provide The Power To Protect

World Oceans Day is celebrated annually on June 8. This year’s theme is that together we have the power to protect the ocean. With summer kicking off later this month, why not get involved in an event that will raise your awareness about the challenges facing our planet’s oceans or taking part in a clean-up…

Penmar Park – A Premier Prop O Project

Los Angeles Councilmember Bill Rosendahl, along with representatives from the Departments of Public Works and Recreation and Parks, joined the Venice community on April 15, 2013 in celebrating the completion of the Penmar Water Quality Improvement Project at Penmar Park. The $14 million voter-approved Proposition O-funded project promises to improve the quality of stormwater runoff…

Penmar Park Project Celebration

Join Councilmember Bill Rosendahl, Councilmember of the 11th District, and officials from the Departments of Public Works and Recreation and Parks to celebrate the completion of the Penmar Water Quality Improvement Project, a Proposition O Clean Water Bond-funded water quality improvement project. The Penmar Water Quality Improvement Project reduces pollutant levels in stormwater runoff from…

Thankful For Our Team

Here at LA Stormwater, we are grateful for many things as we enter this season of thanksgiving. We are especially thankful for the many program stakeholders who have partnered with us to make 2012 a productive year for LA Stormwater. Working as a team towards the goal of sustainability for Los Angeles, we achieved these…

Echoes of the Lake to Come

Mid-July has traditionally been the time of year that Angelenos enjoy the Lotus Festival at Echo Park Lake. Although the Lotus Festival isn’t happening this year, now seems like a good time to provide an update on the construction project that is currently going on at Echo Park Lake. The Echo Park Lake Rehabilitation Project…

Proposition O: Focused on Clean Water

Here we are in the middle of summer, a time when temps rise and our collective focus is on clean water – swimming in it, playing near it, boating on it. So, we thought this would be a good time to update you on Proposition O, the $500 million voter-approved clean water program to clean…

LA Sanitation Director Enrique Zaldivar Honored

As part of its annual Watershed Warrior Celebration on April 26, the Friends of Ballona Wetlands honored LA Sanitation Director Enrique C. Zaldivar with its  Passionate Pickleweed Award. “Enrique Zaldivar is one of those individuals who uses his position of authority to not only deliver on the services that we depend on from our Bureau…

City Officials Celebrate Hansen Dam Recreation Area Enhancements

Los Angeles City Councilmember Richard Alarcón of the 7th District, city officials and community stakeholders celebrated today the completion of two public works enhancements at the Hansen Dam Recreation Center. The skate park is a much anticipated addition to the recreation center that will cater to the North East San Fernando Valley skateboard enthusiasts. The wetlands restoration and new…

City of Los Angeles Opens South LA Wetlands Park

City officials and community stakeholders celebrated the grand opening of the much-anticipated, nine-acre South Los Angeles Wetlands Park. This expansive and innovative park, once the site of a former MTA bus yard, provides the community with an urban oasis, education center and passive recreational nature center in the heart of South Los Angeles. “Today, our…

Healing the Bay, and Beyond

Mark Gold was the first hire of Heal the Bay after having volunteered for the young organization since 1986. Twenty-five years later, Mark has stepped down as the organization’s president in order to become an associate director of UCLA’s Institute of the Environment and Sustainability. Now, we would never try to sum up two decades…

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