Proposition O authorized the City of Los Angeles to fund projects (up to $500 million) designed to prevent and remove pollutants from our regional waterways and ocean, consequently protecting public safety while meeting Federal Clean Water Act regulations. Los Angeles voters overwhelmingly passed the measure in 2004.
Proposition O funds projects are represented in one or more of the following categories:
An Administrative Oversight Committee (AOC) and Citizens Oversight Advisory Committee (COAC) administer the projects funded by Proposition O.
Approval by voters and the mayor/council are needed in order for projects to go through. An Administrative (AOC) and Citizens Oversight Advisory Committee (COAC) administer the projects funded by Proposition O.
All projects must meet eligibility and criteria requirements.
Proposition O funds projects that fall into one or more of the following categories: water quality protection; water conservation drinking water and source protection; flood water reduction; and/or stormwater capture, cleanup and re-use.
Here is a list of AOC and COAC Meetings.