Los Angeles, California – The time provided for the public to give comments on an upcoming project to build a 108,000-square-foot outdoor amphitheater on 2.5 acres of land that was formerly home to the San Pedro Public Market has been extended, according to the Port of Los Angeles.
According to port officials, the amphitheater will feature 6,200 seats and will hold around 100 paid events every year, with the majority of them taking place between April and November.
This is the first stage in the environmental evaluation process, as the port has issued the Initial Study/Notice of Preparation for the project. The study’s goal is to look for possible environmental consequences and other ideas that could be used in the Environmental Impact Report.
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The port originally requested public feedback by May 16, but it has now extended the deadline until June 15. Comments on the project may be sent by email to email@example.com with the subject line “West Harbor Modification Project” or by mail to Christopher Cannon, Director of Environmental Management, Los Angeles Harbor Department at 425 South Palos Verdes St., San Pedro, CA 90731.
Additionally, a virtual scoping meeting will be held by the port at 5 p.m. on May 3.
Those interested in participating in the meeting may do so using Zoom at https://bit.ly/3vmWq7E.