Elected and agency officials, developers and counsel should take notice that they may be liable under these enforcement provisions of the Clean Water Act: Direct Discharge.
Density, Hi-Rises, Hotels
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Request Hearing US Army Corps of Engineers about 8 story Boat Central
Action Item For Activitist: Oppose bringing polluted salt water from Basin B into the Ballona Marsh on Via Marina. It is home to Vernal Pool. Send a comment USPS letter to the address below: Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board, 320 W. 4th Street, Suite 200,Los Angeles, CA 9001, Attn: 401 Certification Unit. Section 401 Water Quality Certification process of the EPA is underway now for File No: 15-080.
FISHERMAN'S VILLAGE COMMENTS taken from the web:
Why can't we spruce up the existing buildings in Fisherman's Village and focus on a view of the Ballona Wetlands on the other side of Fiji? Don't we have enough commercial? I'd rather see herons! Anonymous
I just went there with my kids for the first time in like 20 years, and I was amazed at how unchanged it was. I rather liked it, frankly. These renderings look like nothing but a big array of parking structures." Anonymous
Marina Del Rey city public park land leased by the County of LA to a private developer for The Shores a 5 Storey Hi-Rise Residential Building painted with high visibility Blue.
In 1954, President Roosevelt's River and Harbor Act, Public Law 780, funded the creation of a public small boat harbor, beach expansion, parks and bird sanctuary on 950 acres of what was Ballona Wetlands.
Federal matching funds allocated for the dredging and construction of the marina, were used, with the 1954 intent of creating a public marina for access to all at a reasonable cost. It's written in the public law.
Promote wildlife friendly restoration!
Take action to stop over-development of the Los Angeles Marina April 2015 KPFK interview!
Listen to Grassroots Coalition President Patricia McPherson. Patricia was interviewed on KPFK 90.7 FM, on Monday, April 13, 2015 at 7:09 PM on the "Connect The Dots" program by Lila Garret.
Millions of dollars were spent to dredge the channel,
widen beaches 450 feet for 5.5 miles, create a small craft harbor,
give access to fishing, swimming, recreation and wildlife for the people of LA.
US Public Law 780 requires reasonable rates with equal access for all.