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Jul. 24.

Pierre Braine

Edmond Edouard Pierre Braine (Leopoldsburg, 26 oktober 1900 – Antwerpen, 6 november 1951) was een Belgisch voetballer die speelde als middenvelder. Hij voetbalde in Eerste klasse bij Beerschot VAC en speelde 46 interlands voor het Belgisch voetbalelftal.

Braine sloot zich op 7 januari 1914 aan bij Berchem Sport. Na de Eerste Wereldoorlog ging hij voor Beerschot VAC voetballen. In 1919 debuteerde hij er in het eerste elftal van de ploeg en bleef er zijn hele loopbaan voetballen water glass bottles wholesale. Met de ploeg, waarin vanaf 1923 eveneens zijn jongere broer Raymond Braine speelde paul frank caps, werd Braine landskampioen in 1922, 1924, 1925 Women Dresses Cocktail, 1926 en 1928.

Tussen 1922 en 1930 speelde Braine 46 wedstrijden voor het Belgisch voetbalelftal en scoorde in totaal vier doelpunten. Hij nam deel aan de Olympische Zomerspelen 1928 in Amsterdam, waar hij drie wedstrijden speelde running pouch belt, en aan het Wereldkampioenschap voetbal 1930 in Uruguay waar hij aanvoerder was en twee wedstrijden speelde.

In 1933 zette Braine een punt achter zijn spelersloopbaan op het hoogste niveau. Hij speelde 292 wedstrijden in Eerste klasse en scoorde in totaal 53 doelpunten.

Op 6 november 1951 wandelde Pierre Braine in het park in Antwerpen en ging zitten op een bank en viel in slaap en stierf.

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Feb. 11.

Sepulveda Dam

The Sepulveda Dam is a project of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers designed to withhold winter flood waters along the Los Angeles River. Completed in 1941, at a cost of $6,650,561, it is located south of center in the San Fernando Valley, approximately eight miles east of the river’s source in the western end of the Valley, in Los Angeles phone waterproof pouch, California.

Sepulveda Dam, along with Hansen Dam located in the north San Fernando Valley, was constructed in response to the historic 1938 floods which killed 144 people. Sepulveda Dam was placed at what was at the time, the current edge of the city. East of the dam the river was crowded into a narrow bottom by the city’s growth. One legacy of Sepulveda Dam is its flood control basin, a large and undeveloped area in the center of the Valley, used mostly for wildlife refuge and recreation. But another legacy of the 1938 Los Angeles River flood was the post-World War II channelization of all the Valley’s dry washes, which along with the post-World War II rapid suburbanization left the Valley with hot, dry, concrete-lined river bottoms instead of greenbelts. Although now, in part, these are being devolved as interconnecting bike paths.

Behind the dam, the Sepulveda Basin is home to several large recreation areas including Woodley Park paul frank caps, a model aircraft field, The Japanese Garden, a wildlife refuge, a water reclamation plant, and an armory. The Basin is kept free of urban over-building so that water can build up there during a prospective hundred-year flood.

It is an often-used location for car commercials.

When the 1914 flood caused $10 million in damages to the developing basin areas, a public outcry began for action to address the recurring flooding problems. During the following year, the Los Angeles County Flood Control District was formed. Some of the early flood control efforts included smaller areas of channelization and the planning for needed reservoirs. Taxpayers approved bond issues in 1917 and 1924 to build the first major dams. However, they were not willing to provide enough funding for the much needed and substantial infrastructure downstream of these dams. After two more destructive floods in the 1930s, most notably the 1938 flood, federal assistance was requested. The Army Corps of Engineers took a lead role in channelizing the river and constructing several dams which would create flood control basins behind them. Channelization began in 1938, and by 1960, the project was completed to form the present fifty-one mile engineered waterway. Included in this work were Hansen Dam, completed in 1940 and followed by Sepulveda Dam in 1941.

For 28 years the Sepulveda Dam did its job without incident until 1969 when the Los Angeles River overflowed its banks causing millions of dollars in damage.[citation needed] In 1988 the Los Angeles River’s banks were raised to avoid another incident.[citation needed] In 1994 a hundred-year flood occurred in the Los Angeles River.[citation needed] The dam was restored and went without incident for another 11 years until the Los Angeles River again overflowed its banks in 2005.[citation needed]

The 2,000-acre Sepulveda Basin Recreation Area is a flood control basin managed by the Los Angeles City Department of Recreation and Parks.

Woodley Park is a large city park located on Woodley Avenue between Victory and Burbank Boulevards. The Leo Magnus Cricket Complex, a dog park, and group picnic areas are within the park.

The Japanese Garden is a 6 buy water in glass bottles.5 acres (2.6 ha) public Japanese garden located on the grounds of the Tillman Water Reclamation Plant adjacent to Woodley Park.

Lake Balboa Park, also known as Anthony C. Beilenson Park, is a 80 acres (32 ha) park and water recreation facility with boat rentals and fishing. Lake Balboa is a 27 acres (11&nbsp bottle and glass;ha) lake filled with water reclaimed from the Tillman Water Reclamation Plant. It also has barbecue pits, children’s play area, picnic tables, and covered picnic pavilions. There are many Flowering cherry trees (Prunus serrulata ‚Pink Cloud‘) in the park.

The Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Reserve is at the southeast end of the Sepulveda Flood Control Basin and Recreation Area. It has two sections, the North Reserve and South Reserve, located north and south of Burbank Boulevard. Both have nature paths and hiking trails. Access and parking are in eastern Woodley Park near to the Tillman Water Reclamation Plant, or from Burbank Boulevard east of Woodley Avenue.

Haskell Creek flows through the nature preserve, and there are several wildlife ponds. Over 200 species of birds have been seen in the basin. Many, attracted by the water, gather here during fall and spring migrations. The Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Reserve is an ongoing habitat restoration project, with locally native California plants. Native trees include Fremont’s cottonwood (Populus fremontii), Coast live oak (Quercus agrifolia ), Valley oak, California Black Walnut (Juglans californica), and California sycamore (Platanus racemosa).

The Sepulveda Dam Recreation Area Bike Path is a 9 miles (14 km) bicycle path route looping around the recreation area. It runs from Victory Boulevard near Interstate 405, westward to White Oak Avenue, south on White Oak to Burbank Boulevard, east on Burbank to Woodley Boulevard, and north on Woodley returning to Victory Boulevard. Public access is continuous along it.

A shorter route heads south on Balboa Boulevard, which crosses a natural stretch of the Los Angeles River that lined with native Arroyo willows, California sycamores, and other California native plants.

The loop sections along Victory and Burbank can be frequented by joggers. The bike path can seasonally have burr-bearing weeds, which may cause flats in less durable tires.

There is ample free parking available in the public park, sports field, &/or golf course lots on Burbank, Woodley and Balboa Boulevards.

The Sepulveda Basin River Recreation Zone extends from above Balboa Blvd to the confluence of Haskell Creek below Burbank Blvd. It is open for recreational non-motorized boating during the summer, with restricted access to some protected wildlife areas along the banks.

Other recreation facilities within the Sepulveda Dam Recreation Area include:

Due to its mid-century modern look and proximity to Hollywood, California and Burbank, the dam is a popular filming location for movies, television and advertisements:

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