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UPDATE – October 17, 2021: Los Angeles County Public Works issued an updated Community Notice regarding the Dominguez Channel Odor issue. Click here to view the notice.

UPDATE – October 15, 2021: On October 14, 2021, Los Angeles County Officials hosted a public Town Hall meeting to discuss the Dominquez Channel Odor issue. Participants from Los Angeles County Public Works, Office of Emergency Services, Public Health and South Coast Air Quality Management District are working collaboratively to address and mitigate the odor issue. They discussed how they suspect the odor issue occurred and the steps the public impacted by the odor can take to contact the County for assistance.  For our website readers convenience, we have provided a link to the meeting here.

Please refer to the Los Angeles County website for additional information.

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