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Palmdale is winner of 5 awards for public works

first_img The city’s Avenue R traffic-signal interconnect project received the APWA Southern California Chapter’s “Traffic Congestion/Mitigation Project of the Year” award. The project involved installing 3.5 miles of video detection and fiber-optic communication lines to connect traffic signals along Avenue R between Fifth Street East and 40th Street East. Jim Skeen, (661) 267-5743 [email protected] 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORERose Parade grand marshal Rita Moreno talks New Year’s Day outfit and ‘West Side Story’ remake The Antelope Valley Environmental Collection Center project was recognized by the APWA’s Southern California Chapter as the “Facilities and Buildings Project of the Year.” The High Desert Branch named the center the “Best Environmental Project of the Year.” The Antelope Valley Environmental Collection Center, located at the Palmdale Landfill at 1200 W. City Ranch Road, was opened in August. The center provides Antelope Valley residents with a place to drop off electronic waste and household hazardous waste without having to waiting for an occasional “roundup.” The center is a joint project of Los Angeles County, the cities of Palmdale and Lancaster, and Waste Management, which operates the landfill. The High Desert Branch of APWA gave the city’s amphitheater its “Innovative Design of the Year” award. The $1.8 million amphitheater, which opened this summer, is part of a $43 million project funded by a special assessment to create an expanded Marie Kerr Park and the new Oasis Park on the east side. The High Desert Branch of APWA gave the city its “Best Use of Technology” award for the city’s cablecasting and webcasting of City Council meetings. The city started cablecasting its meetings in February and then followed up with webcasts in October. PALMDALE – Palmdale received five awards for public works projects, including two for the new electronic waste and household hazardous waste collection center and one for the city’s new amphitheater. The Southern California Chapter of the American Public Works Association presented awards for the Antelope Valley Environmental Collection Center project and the Avenue R traffic signal fiber-optic interconnect project. The city received three awards from the association’s High Desert Branch for the council chamber cablecasting and webcasting project, the Marie Kerr Park amphitheater project, and for the Antelope Valley Environmental Collection Center project. “We are very pleased to have been recognized by our peers in the public works profession,” said Leon Swain, Palmdale’s director of public works. “This really exemplifies the quality of work that the department is doing.” last_img read more