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Brig. Gen Mark Toy (4th from left) and Col. Kim Colloton (far right) join elected officials and agency representatives for the ceremonial ground breaking of Phase Two of the Murrieta Creek Flood Protection and Environmental Restoration Project Dec. 15 at the Temecula Community Center.
Murrieta Creek Phase Two ground breaking
12/16/2014 6:11:00 PM
Members of the Corps' SARI Line project team mark completion of the relocation of the Santa Ana River Interceptor Line during a ceremony held Dec. 11 in Corona. From left, Tom Bucklew, Victoria Guilloty, Damien Lariviere, Eileen Takata and David Van Dorpe.
SARI Line team at dedication ceremony
12/12/2014 5:44:00 PM
David Van Dorpe, (right) deputy district engineer for programs and project management for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Los Angeles District, joins elected official and agency representatives for the ceremonial ribbon cutting marking the completion of the project to relocate the Santa Ana River Interceptor Line from below the river to higher ground outside the river's path.
SARI Line relocation ribbon cutting
12/12/2014 5:30:00 PM
The LA River flows rapidly after passing under the 6th Street bridge at 1 p.m. Dec. 2, 2014. Other areas of the river are narrower and a lot deeper.
LA River in the rain
12/11/2014 1:36:00 PM
Soldiers from the Corps' Los Angeles District assist Habitat for Humanity of Orange County construct townhomes in Cypress during a community outreach activity coordinated by District Commander Col. Kim Colloton. The activity conducted just prior to Veterans Day will provide homes for 15 families, including two units dedicated for military veterans.
Habitat for Humanity construction
12/11/2014 11:41:00 AM
Active duty military from the Corps' Los Angeles District help Habitat for Humanity of Orange County raise a wall during construction of townhomes in Cypress. The effort was part of an outreach organized by District Commander Col. Kim Colloton to support the communjity and  military veterans.
Wall raising
12/11/2014 11:24:00 AM
SAN PEDRO, Calif. – George Jozens, (right) deputy chief of public affairs for the Corps’ Los Angeles District, assists as Jim Fields, (center) the Corps’ project manager for the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, explains the history and current status of the ports’ breakwaters during a Dec. 4 interview conducted at Lookout Point by students from Long Beach Poly High School.
The StudentCam interview will be submitted to C-SPAN's annual national video documentary competition that encourages students to think critically about issues that affect their communities and the nation.
The students’ interest focused on the pros and cons of the ports’ breakwaters, and sought to answer questions such as “What are the pros and cons of the breakwater economically and environmentally?” and “Are there, or have there been, alternate options to the breakwater that have been considered?”
Corps participates in StudentCam interview about breakwaters
12/5/2014 12:46:00 PM
Dr. Joely Proudfit, director of the California Indian Culture and Sovereignty Center,speaks to a packed conference room at the District’s celebration held in the downtown Los Angeles building Nov. 6.
Native American Heritage
11/6/2014 6:46:00 PM
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