According to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works, 16 inches of rain fell by 9 a.
What does LACDPW stand for?
LACDPW stands for Los Angeles County Department of Public Works
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- Laboratorio di Antenne e Compatibilità Elettromagnetica (Italian: Laboratory of Antennas and Electromagnetic Compatibility)
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- Laser Communication Experiment
- Laser-Assisted Chemical Etching
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The Cessna 172 piloted by Dan Grahek of Palmdale landed hard on Runway 12, causing it to bounce back into the air, said Gary Boze of the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works.
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Works, the Long Beach Water Department, members of the California Urban Water Conservation Council (CUWCC) and several LA County cities have already expressed interest in contributing to the Water Cooler.
Department of Agriculture, the State of California Department of Conservation, California State Horsemen Association, Los Angeles County Department of Public Works, Chatsworth Equine Cultural Heritage Organization, San Fernando Valley Audubon, Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks, and other groups also attended the meeting.
These spreading grounds, Rio Hondo and San Gabriel Rivera, are owned and operated by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works, with the WRD responsible for replenishment and protection.
``The dig work can't continue until the situation is restored to safe conditions,'' said Ken Pellman, spokesman for the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works.