Los Angeles River Future Means Cleaner Water, More Parks and Less Concrete

Oct 13, 2011 Read more: Patch.com

More than 200 community activists attended the second report on the future of the Los Angeles River and the San Fernando Valley tributaries in a four-hour meeting Wednesday at the CBS Radford Studios in Studio City.

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Joe Nelson

Long Beach, CA

#2 Oct 14, 2011
Kool Idea! How can we do it with LA facing Chapter 9 municipal bankruptcy by 2013?
Easy

San Diego, CA

#3 Oct 19, 2011
Joe Nelson wrote:
Kool Idea! How can we do it with LA facing Chapter 9 municipal bankruptcy by 2013?
Come on, we will definitely be bailed out. Washington will give us the money, because It will create lots of city jobs.

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