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Mayor Garcetti and U.S. Army Corps Announce Significant Milestone For L.A. River

Mayor Garcetti and U.S. Army Corps Announce Significant Milestone For L.A. River

A $1.3 billion plan to restore a portion of the Los Angeles River continues to clear hurdles as it makes it way to Congress for final approval.
Lower L.A. River Master Plan May Help Boost Projects in South East L.A.

Lower L.A. River Master Plan May Help Boost Projects in South East L.A.

Efforts to transform the concretized Los Angeles River have reached critical mass this year and it seems that before the ink dries on newly penned river projects, another project s ...
The Commission that Shaped the Los Angeles River's Bridges

The Commission that Shaped the Los Angeles River's Bridges

June 16, 1933, Milton Coleman, a boy living in East Los Angeles cut a flower chain extending across the brand new Sixth Street Viaduct. As he did, a police band played, flags flutt ...
Preparing for El Niño on the LA River

Preparing for El Niño on the LA River

Following a dry summer, on September 15th a parched southern California received rain, with more than 2.39 inches falling in Los Angeles in just a few short hours. The rain had lef ...
Integrating Arts and Culture into LA River Revitalization, 10 Feet at a Time

Integrating Arts and Culture into LA River Revitalization, 10 Feet at a Time

A team of designers, architects, and artists are seeking to unify and build arts and culture infrastructure into river revitalization projects through public art interventions.
Brewing Coffee and Commerce Along the L.A. River

Brewing Coffee and Commerce Along the L.A. River

On a crisp morning in Elysian Valley, Damian Robledo, a longtime employee of the area, was biking down the Los Angeles River Bike Path and a thought came to him, "Why can't I get a ...
River and Rail Relations Sputter Along, Safety Cited as a Concern

River and Rail Relations Sputter Along, Safety Cited as a Concern

Following the approval of the City of Los Angeles' Locally Preferred Plan to revitalize 11 miles of the L.A. River, one important question comes to mind--Will the City finally be a ...
Fresh Air Ahead: Curbing the Foul Air in Boyle Heights

Fresh Air Ahead: Curbing the Foul Air in Boyle Heights

Boyle Heights long plagued by foul odors from sewer lines is getting relief with the opening of an air treatment facility.
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