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Season 1

27 May 2012
Episode #1.1
LA Cityview 35's new "LA City Works," a show about the City's Department of Public Works,launches with a style that has never before been tried by any government organization in the country. Designed to attract and reach out to a younger audience, the show's new "edutainment" format is edgy, zany and "out-there" as it conveys a mish-mash of useful and valuable information to its viewers: a genie and merman are now associated with No Drugs Down the Drain; the merman is also associated with a mission to keep the Santa Monica Bay pollution-free. As the show's hosts - ...
 
9 Aug. 2012
Episode #1.2
In this latest, off-the-wall edition of "LA City Works," hosts Leopold and Carly shed light on the Bureau of Sanitation through a series of whimsical skits, ridealongs, and person-on-the-street interviews. We'll see who cleans up the illegal dumping of hazardous waste, or the chaos that our friend, Dumas, creates when he leaves his dirty, old couch on the sidewalk. We learn about bulky item disposal, e-waste, and S.A.F.E. Centers. Then we're off to the Japanese Garden on the campus of the Donald C. Tillman Water Reclamation Plant in Van Nuys, where Carly tricks ...
 
8 Nov. 2012
Episode #1.3
LA Cityview 35's latest installment of "LA CityWorks" continues with its zany edutainment format to deliver the Department of Public Works' stories and information to its audiences. From Sylmar to San Pedro, show hosts Leopold Nunan Soares, Carly Peeters, and Martin Victor take viewers inside, under, and around Los Angeles, sharing tongue-in-cheek skits and serious interviews. This "CityWorks" episode introduces two characters: LA Bureau of Sanitation's talking and recycling robot, RoboBlue, and his pal Brother Earth. As the show flits from subject to subject, it ...
 
4 Apr. 2013
Episode #1.4
The latest episode of "LA City Works" continues with its zany edutainment format to deliver the Department of Public Works' stories and information. This time around, our madcap hosts, Leopold and Carly pay homage to silent comedy with their interpretation of the brief history of trash in Los Angeles. Interspersed is footage of Bureau of Sanitation Historical Records Project Manager, Nat Isaac, who gives a more scholarly account of this little known history. We then head over to the Donald C. Tillman Water Reclamation Plant & Japanese Garden for the groundbreaking of ...
 

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