Conducted by the City of Los Angeles, Bureau of Sanitation (LASAN) on December 14, 21st through January 11, 2019; the 3-day Charrette served the following purposes:
1) To enhance community benefits of Measure W funding and the pending MacArthur Park Master Plan.
2) To engage diverse skills insights, and abilities in the process of restoring and re-imagining storm water within the MacArthur Park Master Plan.
3) To provide professional mentorship and career networks for young professionals, and to hone the private and public technical skills on issues of design, sustainability and water capture/reuse.
The team presentations made on January 11, 2019 are posted at the link below along with an event summary report:
Deborah Deets says, “We hope that you will be as proud of your efforts as we are– and that you will forward this summary to all who played a role in your efforts, and consider forwarding and sharing this link with others who are also “Connecting, Creating, and Collaborating” to enrich Los Angeles’ environment and water resources. With all of your projects and combined vision, we are building to our mission for biodiversity as we develop the most informed and technically versed professionals in the nation.”