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LOS ANGELES — It’s barely 10 a.m. on an August day in Hollywood, and the heat is already becoming oppressive.
In an effort to increase opportunities for local businesses to successfully secure contracts with the City of Los Angeles, the City’s Local Business Preference Program (LBPP) will now recognize firms certified as Los Angeles County’s Local Small Business Enterprise.
Expressing deep appreciation and acknowledgment of herculean efforts, the Los Angeles Board of Public Works honored everyone involved in the success of the Clean Streets LA ini
The Los Angeles City Council unanimously confirmed Mayor Eric Garcetti’s reappointment of Commissioner Kevin James to a five-year term on the Board of Public Works Commission. The new term begins on July 1, 2017 and goes until June 30, 2022. Commissioner James has been in his current role since July 2013, and is the Board President.
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.
As part of ongoing efforts for the City of Los Angeles to achieve the goal of zero waste and reducing the use of landfills, LA Sanitation and Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) have announced the start of an Organics Waste Recycling Pilot Program at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
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.
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.