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Redondo Beach City Council Approves Seaside Lagoon Plans

The Redondo Beach City Council approved a $11.9 million plan to renovate the Seaside lagoon in Redondo BEach Tuesday night.  The approved plans is one of three concepts developed by Aquatic Design Group, Inc. originally proposed in December. This plan retains the largest footprint for the new lagoon of approx. 20,00 square feet, about half of the existing lagoon size.

Seaside Lagoon  

The City Council has looked at several options to renovate the Lagoon and has chosen this plan to comply with the Los Angeles Water Quality Control Board request to meet all required water quality standards. The current lagoon obtains its salt water from the nearby power plant, adds chlorine, then removes the chlorine before discharging the water into the harbor. The Water Quality Control Board must now approve the plan, but moving forward is dependent on the City obtaining funding.

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Comment balloon 0 commentsMaureen Megowan • March 26 2009 02:11PM


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