Friday, September 19, 2008

See the Future Port

The Port of Los Angeles will release a draft environmental document Monday specifying plans for waterfront redevelopment and expansion.

Observers have watched as plans were drafted, debated and shelved through the years. Now everyone is wondering, will it really happen this time?

Port leadership said so emphatically in a Daily Breeze story headlined, “Commission wants to get San Pedro waterfront project started.”

The draft environmental impact report will be posted at and available at libraries.

Following a public comment period, staff will write a final environmental impact report, which will then go before the Board of Harbor Commissioners for a vote.

Once a plan is approved, contracts will be put out to bid and a phased, years-long construction process will begin.

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