Patch interviewed residents and Los Angeles city officials Tuesday during a public forum at Palisades Charter High School to learn more about distribution station 104.
Members of a task force formed to narrow down a list of the best possible sites were on hand to provide residents with a step-by-step history of how they arrived at the selections.
In the video are Lindy Bazan, first grade teacher at Marquez Elementary School, Loren Schmalle, a Marquez Knolls resident with a first grade student in Ms. Bazan's class with a 3-year-old who will attend in two years, Barbara Gould, of Marquez Knolls, Ron Nichols, general manager of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, Steve Zimmer, board member for the Los Angeles Unified School district and Lowell Cauffiel, who lives near Site 4 of the final proposed sites. (Apologies on some of the camera focus issues!)
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