Friday, October 21, 2016

Boyle Heights flooding blamed on clogged storm drains; tracking an L.A. River coyote

Echo Park Lake | Daveed Kapoor

Echo Park Lake | Daveed Kapoor/Instagram

MOrning Report

  • Councilman Huizar is calling for more frequent street and storm drain cleaning to avoid a repeat of this week’s street flooding in Boyle Heights. KPCC
  • The National Park Service is now tracking a female coyote fitted with a GPS collar who roams along the L.A. River near Elysian Valley. However, the battery has died on the GPS collar attached to a coyote that lived in the southern edge of Echo Park.  L.A. Observed
  • The LADWP has seen revenues drop by $110 million in the wake of water conservation, prompting the agency to tap customers to fill the gap. ABC7

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