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Mixed Community Response to Sixth Street Viaduct Replacement Project

Mixed Community Response to Sixth Street Viaduct Replacement Project

Small business owners were concerned about quality of life issues and the buildings that will be demolished to make way for new construction.
Climate Change is Happening: Will L.A. Have Enough Water?

Climate Change is Happening: Will L.A. Have Enough Water?

More than just disappearing polar ice caps, climate change has far-reaching consequences, such as increased rates of allergies, diseases, and even death.
Garcetti's L.A. River Tour Goes On, Despite Rained-Out Kayak Plans

Garcetti's L.A. River Tour Goes On, Despite Rained-Out Kayak Plans

Mayor Eric Garcetti met with chief of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to discuss river restoration and revitalization efforts.
Ped-Friendly, River-Inclusive Warner Center Plan Approved by City Council

Ped-Friendly, River-Inclusive Warner Center Plan Approved by City Council

The Warner Center 2035 Plan is looking to make the Woodland Hills area more walkable and pedestrian friendly.
Weighing In on L.A. River ARBOR Study [Final Installment]; Last Week for Public Comment

Weighing In on L.A. River ARBOR Study [Final Installment]; Last Week for Public Comment

The public comment period for the study closes next Monday, November 18. As we ponder what else our ecosystem in Los Angeles needs, we asked a few people to help close our series.
L.A. Aqueduct: A Century of Water for the Future

L.A. Aqueduct: A Century of Water for the Future

The aqueduct's 100-year legacy is being celebrated by large-scale watercolors, a beautification of Mulholland's Memorial fountain, and resurrection of an age-old water system, amon ...
Weighing In on L.A. River ARBOR Study [Part Five]; Alt. 20 Restores Twice as Much as Alt 13

Weighing In on L.A. River ARBOR Study [Part Five]; Alt. 20 Restores Twice as Much as Alt 13

With only two weeks left before the comment period closes, we continue to garner thoughts from those working along the river on how this could affect Los Angeles.
High Line-ification of Riverside-Figueroa Bridge Study Falters on Unsupported Estimates; Seeks Public Support

High Line-ification of Riverside-Figueroa Bridge Study Falters on Unsupported Estimates; Seeks Public Support

At a meeting set up with city council to discuss greenlighting a study that would determine how much RACDB's proposal could cost the city, they were presented with half-baked estim ...