Jillian Olivas | KCET
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The environmental health of the River is dependent on the sources of ground contamination, surface water contamination, and toxic sites adjacent to the River.
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Industry, commerce, and recreational activities near the River are valuable economic assets, crucial to the economic health and prosperity of the Northeast Los Angeles community and the City of Los Angeles as a whole.
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There are multiple entities with jurisdiction over various aspects of the River, requiring any management structure to be both comprehensive, yet flexible, to allow entities to work in collaboration and independently when necessary. A basic overview of th
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Equitable development is the creation of socially, culturally, ethnically, and economically diverse communities that are stable over the long term, through means that generate minimum transit costs for lower income residents.
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Lessons from other cities that have revitalized their riverfronts show that change require both public and private investment and initiative. The following objectives aim to realize the economic development potential of NELA.
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