Community Conservation Solutions thanks
Water Sustainability Leaders
Dinner & Dialogue attendees!


With over 40 of Los Angeles' most important leaders in the area of water infrastructure in attendance, including LA Sanitation's Enrique Zaldivar and Adel Hagekhalil, President Kevin James and Commissioner Barbara Romero of the Los Angeles Board of Public Works, Rick Cole, L.A. Deputy Mayor for Budget and Innovation, Matt Petersen, the City’s Chief Sustainability Officer and Greg Good, the City’s Director of Infrastructure, Community Conservation Solutions' (CCS) Dinner & Dialogue on the future of L.A.'s stormwater and water sustainability projects was a resounding success.

Link to photo album from
CCS' Water Sustainability Leaders Dinner & Dialogue.



Alyssa Curran (CCS), Esther Feldman (CCS), Enrique Zaldivar
LA Sanitation),Adel Hagekhalil (LA Sanitation), Adi Liberman
(CCS Board of Directors)

Rick Cole, City of L.A. Deputy Mayor for Budget & Innovation

Adel Hagekhalil, Assistant Director, LA Sanitation

Byron Tobey (Harris & Associates), Greg Good (City of L.A. Director
of Infrastructure Services), Kevin James (President of City of L.A.
Board of Public Works), Esther Feldman (CCS)

Enrique Zaldivar, Director, LA Sanitation and
Matt Petersen, City of L.A. Chief Sustainability Officer

Alyssa Curran (CCS), Enrique Zaldivar (LA Sanitation), Esther Feldman (CCS),
Gil Crozes (Carollo Engineers), Traci Minamide(LA Sanitation),
Adi Liberman (CCS Board of Directors)

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