Los Angeles River Future Means Cleaner Water, More Parks and Less Concrete
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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#2 Oct 14, 2011
Kool Idea! How can we do it with LA facing Chapter 9 municipal bankruptcy by 2013?
#3 Oct 19, 2011
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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