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Clean Streets LA Initiative Combats Illegal Dumping with Technology

The Los Angeles Board of Public Works has approved the purchase of eighteen surveillance cameras and equipment to combat illegal dumping throughout the City. Clean Streets LA is committed to keeping our streets, alleys and sidewalks free of trash and accessible to all.  Surveillance cameras will support the effectiveness and enforcement of the program.

The Los Angeles Board of Public Works votes to establish a zero food waste task force

The Los Angeles Board of Public Works approved a motion today to establish a Zero Food Waste Task Force. The Board will collaborate with various City agencies to explore and promote opportunities in Los Angeles to reduce food waste, increase the amount of recyclable resources and create clean, renewable energy.

Crown jewel of Los Angeles river revitalization

Escrow closes on purchase of G2 property north of Downtown, property that is key to habitat restoration and opening new access for surrounding communities. Taylor Yard is on the east bank of the L.A. River, north of Downtown in the community of Cypress Park. The surrounding parcels at Taylor Yard have already been developed into Rio de Los Angeles State Park, the Sonia Sotomayor Learning Academies, and the Taylor Yard Transit Village.

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