Construction of an auxiliary pumping plant and associated facilities in support fo the existing Venice Pumping plant (VPP). The proposed project would provide additional reliability and critical redundancies necessary to support the City of Los Angeles' wastewater conveyance and processing system. It would be a sized to supplement the pumping capacity of the VPP for a combined ultimate peak flow of 87 million gallons per day (mgd), reflecting wet weather flows of a 10-year storm event. Temporary and permanent closure (vacation) of Hurricane Street between Canal Court and Esplanade would be required. A portion of Canal Court (northern property boundary to Ballona Lagoon) would also be temporarily closed during construction. Two laydown areas (southwest and east of the proposed project) would be used during construction.
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