Wednesday, August 13
10 am to noon
Wednesday, August 13
10 am to noon
Wednesday, 4:30 pm
As of 4:30 pm today, LADWP crews continue their work to shut down all water flow into the area where a high-pressure water trunk line ruptured yesterday at approximately 3:30 pm. Crews will work around the clock to complete the shutoff and make repairs.
Updates as of this hour include:
Water flow into the work area has slowed as LADWP water crews carefully work valves in the area to fully close off water to the site of the rupture. Read more »
NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL BUDGET ADVOCATES in conjunction with the Department Of Neighborhood Empowerment present: Neighborhood Council Budget Day â€“ Saturday 8/16/14. 7:30 AM â€“ 12:30 PM
Board of Public Works Room CITY HALL 200 N. Spring St Los Angeles California 90012.
All are invited to attend this free event. Click here to RSVP for the event.
Or call 213 978 1676 with name, contact info and NC affiliation (if any).
To reserve parking, include your vehicleâ€™s make, model and plate number.
From Councilmember Koretz’ latest Hi5 Newsletter.
For the community of Bel Air, July 15 was a day of important rulings.
That morning, the City of L.A.’s Building and Safety Commission held a hearing regarding a haul route application for the 10697 Somma Way project in Bel Air. After listening to the concerns of Councilmember Koretz and the community, ranging from street safety to the amount of dirt being removed, the Commission accepted the request of Councilmember Koretz and granted a continuance of 45 days, while instructing the developer and community to work with the council office on formulating potential conditions that might be applied for the duration of the haul route.
Later that afternoon, the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety issued a â€śNotice to stop all construction and notice of intent to revoke building permitsâ€ť related to the 901 Stradda Vechhia project in Bel Air. This action followed directly on the heels of a letter sent by Councilmember Koretz to department general manager Ray Chan, urging him to â€śput a hold on all project permits and order all work at this property to cease so your Department has an opportunity to study the issues raised by community members.â€ť
In that letter, the Councilmember noted that, â€śCompelling evidence has been brought to my attention indicating that a massive residential project under construction at 901 Strada Vecchia may have evaded multiple required entitlements and California Environmental Quality Act review as a result of misrepresentations in the projectâ€™s permit plans.â€ť The Councilmember added that the developer has appeared to ignore Orders to Comply issued by LADBS. The letter also mentioned unpermitted grading and demolishing as well as the possibility of excessive numbers of retaining walls on the property, and indicated that the siteâ€™s natural grade may have been misrepresented in order to permit a project that exceeds the Codeâ€™s height limit.
Councilmember Koretz additionally cited slope failures and landslides, and said, â€śIt is hard to believe that Read more »
Persistent phone scammers are deceiving LADWP customers into paying non-existent water and power bills with threats of immediate service shut off. Donâ€™t fall victim to phone scammers posing as LADWP â€ścollectionâ€ť personnel.
Safety and service excellence are of utmost importance to LADWP. Victimization of our customers will not be tolerated. Impostors can expect to be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Read more »