|County and local officials will report on the latest results of a multi-agency effort to address the Dominguez Channel Odor Incident during a virtual town hall briefing on November 10, at 5:30 p.m.
Panelists will provide updates on air quality monitoring and the current and future measures taken to eliminate the source of the odor from the channel, as well as outline the conditions in which a return to home would occur for affected residents.
Members of the public can submit questions in real-time during the event or submit questions in advance to: bit.ly/dominguezchannel [lnks.gd].
- Director Mark Pestrella, PE – Los Angeles County Public Works
- Muntu Davis, MD, MPH – Los Angeles County Health Officer
- Chief Mario Tresierras – Los Angeles County Fire Department, Health Hazardous Materials Division
- Jason Low – South Coast AQMD Assistant Deputy for Air Monitoring
WHEN: Wednesday, November 10, at 5:30 p.m.
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