Three Events Tomorrow: Maps, Atwater Creek and Downtown Diversion
October 27, 2010 § 4 Comments
Tomorrow – Thursday October 27th 2010 – is looking like a busy day for local creek freaks. There are two groundbreakings and a talk: Downtown Los Angeles Low Flow Diversion, North Atwater Park Expansion and Creek Restoration Project, and Los Angeles in Maps.
8am – Groundbreaking for the Downtown Los Angeles Low Flow Diversion project. This is one of those needed underground gizmo water quality projects – basically it will shunt polluted runoff into the sewers instead of stormdrains. The stormdrain flows directly untreated to the river; the sewer leads to a treatment plan. Meet at 8am at the northeast corner of Santa Fe Avenue and 7th Place in Downtown Los Angeles (very near the west end of the gorgeous 7th Street Bridge.) See this press advisory for additional information.
2pm – Groundbreaking for the North Atwater Creek restoration project. For information, see Creek Freak’s earlier post.
7pm – Central Library Los Angeles in Maps talk with Glen Creason and DJ Waldie. For information, see Creek Freak’s earlier post.