Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board Responds to Groundwater Monitoring Report for 25825 S. Narbonne Ave.

On January 25, 2022, the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board responded to PIC Environmental Services’ Groundwater Monitoring Report for 25825 S. Narbonne Ave. Based on the Regional Water Board’s assessment, additional groundwater monitoring is needed to evaluate concentrations of petroleum hydrocarbons, benzene and fuel oxygenate compounds. View document.

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City of Lomita Declares Drought Response Level 1 Shortage Alert

Following a recommendation from the City Council Water Subcommittee, and after similar declarations from regional water providers, the Lomita City Council unanimously adopted Resolution No. 2021-49, declaring a Drought Response Level 1 Shortage Alert during the regular City Council meeting on December 21, 2021.  Timeline of events leading up to the City’s action: November 9, […]

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Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board Responds to City of Lomita’s Comment Regarding Site Assessment at 26123 Narbonne Ave.

On December 13, 2021, the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board responded to the City of Lomita’s letter dated August 31, 2021. The Regional Water Board met with the City on October 7, 2021 to discuss the City’s letter and review the results of the site investigation. Based on the Regional Board’s analysis, additional investigations […]

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Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board Reviews Site Assessment Report Submitted by 25825 S. Narbonne Ave.

On August 2, 2021, the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board released a review of the Site Assessment Report that was submitted on May 25, 2021 by Terracon Consultants, Inc. on behalf of CVS Pharmacy. Before consideration of case closure, the site must meet monitoring and reporting requirements identified by the Regional Board. View […]

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City of Lomita Kicks Off Water Master Plan Project

The Lomita City Council approved the Professional Services Agreement with Dudek to update the City’s Water Master Plan and Hydraulic Model during the Council Meeting on July 6, 2021. The Request for Proposal (RFP) for engineering consulting services was posted to the City’s website for three weeks and directly sent to consulting firms with extensive […]

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