Communities in the northeast have their eyes trained on a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers project that aims to restore the Arroyo Seco.
A large housing development in Sunland-Tujunga, near the only major undeveloped tributary of the Los Angeles River, is a cause of concern for nearby residents.
A design review board may add another layer of bureaucracy to the already complicated politics surrounding the L.A. River.
If the cost of acquiring the Piggyback Yard proves too much, the city may lose out on 113 acres of L.A. River-adjacent riparian habitat restoration.
Many support the idea of a design review board, which could "really uplift the meaning of design along the Los Angeles River."
The proposed projects along the river adds a different flavor to its surroundings, but do they in some way knit this future riverside area together?
Initial counts estimate more than 10,000 people have come through during the season.
While cyclists, pedestrians and pet owners are common sights along the Los Angeles River, especially on weekends, a cluster of shabbily-clad seniors might come as a surprise.