Attention will now turn to a pair of advisory vote measures on next Tuesday's ballot aimed at gauging Antelope Valley citizens' interest in either creating a new flood control district or in joining the existing Los Angeles County flood control district.
What does LACFCD stand for?
LACFCD stands for Los Angeles County Flood Control District (California)
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Fitch Ratings has affirmed its 'AAA' rating on the following Los Angeles County Flood Control District, California (the district), bonds: --$38 million refunding revenue bonds series 2003A; --$15.
Petersen, 53, began his career in the water industry after graduating from California State University, Long Beach, with a civil engineering degree and going to work for the Los Angeles County Flood Control District.
Los Angeles County Flood Control District operates under an Army Corps of Engineers general permit that specifies when and how its employees and contractors can do work on its flood control channels and basins.
The refunding revenue bonds are secured by installment purchase payments made by the Los Angeles County Flood Control District to the financing authority.