Who’s in charge of the long-awaited L.A. River revitalization? What happened to the plan to re-green this precious resource?
Please join the Alliance of River Communities for complimentary breakfast and lunch and a fascinating day Saturday Oct. 13, at the famed, historically restored Van de Kamp Bakery! Sign-in – 9:30 am.
Incredibly, this is for the first-ever symposium about these pressing issues created entirely by the communities of the Los Angeles River. What a concept!
“L.A. River – Activism and Policy,” is a project of 16 riverside Neighborhood Councils in partnership with Coalition to Preserve LA.
10 am to 2:30 pm including a light breakfast and complimentary lunch!
Take a rare tour, at 9 am, of the beautiful, restored Van de Kamp Bakery!
Address: 2930 Fletcher Dr., LA 90065 • Enter on Roswell St., east of Fletcher Dr. off San Fernando Rd.
Experts will explore the many mysteries and misconceptions, confusing messaging and in some cases highly non-transparent activities regarding this $1.3 billion revitalization:
– Is it for the communities?
– Or for the developers?
– Is it really a re-greening?
– Or largely construction-oriented?
– Who has influence and who decides?
Be heard, and find out!
PLEASE TEXT TO RSVP as seating is limited: LARIVER to 555-888