200 N Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Landmarking hearing for William Pereira’s Metropolitan Water District
The public is invited to attend the Cultural Heritage Commission’s 9/15/2016 meeting, during which there will be a vote on the Historic Cultural Monument application for the endangered Metropolitan Water District campus designed by William L. Pereira (1963).
The meeting will be in room 1010 at City Hall.
Please read the following carefully, as we want your participation in this hearing to be productive and pleasant.
- If interested in attending, please register for this event (see upper right link – “Buy tickets” – tickets are free).
- When you arrive in the Commission room, please fill out a public comment card. You don’t need to be an expert on William Pereira’s architectural significance to make public comment. Just speak from your conscience and heart: tell the commissioners that you care about the architectural legacy of Los Angeles, that this building is important and should be landmarked. The more people who appear to give public comment, the better, so…
- Please pass this link along, and encourage others to join you at City Hall on September 15th.
Learn more about the campaign to preserve the Metropolitan Water District and other Pereiras in Peril, and see video from a site visit to the campus.