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Avenue Neighborhood Retrofit a successful and treasured example of what Los Angeles can accomplish. The Council for Watershed Health extends thanks to our many funding and project partners: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation; City of Los Angeles Bureaus of Sanitation, Street Services, & Street Lighting; Los Angeles DWP; Metropolitan Water District of Southern Cali- fornia; Water Replenishment District of Southern California; Los Angeles County Department of Public Works; City of Santa Monica; TreePeople; and contractors AMEC-Geomatrix, Stivers & Associ- ates, Urban Semillas, Pierre Landscaping. Additional thanks to Toro Company, Rainbird Corp., The Rain Barrel Company, Vulcan Mate- rials, Southern California Gas Company, Sun Valley Neighborhood Council, and the residents of Elmer Avenue. S Nancy L.C. Steele, Ph.D., is Executive Director for the Council for Water- shed Health. She serves on the board of the Marine Conservation Research Institute, as Vice-Chair of the Upper Los Angeles Integrated Regional Water Management Steering Committee and as a member of the Leadership Committee of the Greater Los Angeles County IRWM. She has her doctorate in environmental science and engineering from UCLA In addition to serving as Research Manager for the Council for Watershed Health, Mike Antos is a lecturer at California State University Northridge (CSUN). He has served as Research Assistant in the Southern California Wetlands Mapping project, managed from the Center for Geographic Studies at CSUN. He has a MA in geography from CSUN. www.ca-nv-awwa.org 23


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