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Los Angeles Downtown News: Flower Market Tops Sun Power

The solar panel project, completed over the summer, was covered by Los Angeles Downtown News. The story highlights the features of the solar panels as well as the city departments and initiatives that helped fund the project. City involvement and incentives included a $600,000 rebate from the Solar Incentive Program, which funded the purchase of the panels. 

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2011-10-04 13:23

Solar Powers Life at the Flower Market

by Peggi Ridgway

Cultures around the world embrace myths about the sun, all of them recognizing the sun’s importance and value. Our lives as we know them would not be possible without the sun. The flower fields that once blanketed the Los Angeles area and helped California evolve into the flower basket of the nation, would not have existed without the brightest star in our universe, the sun.
In recent years, advancing technology has catapulted our respect for the sun to energy-efficient, green systems friendly to the environment, that help reduce our carbon footprint while reducing our energy costs. We’ve taken giant steps with solar panels, which help us employ those life-giving rays to powering our facilities and activities.
2011-08-18 15:44

Bloomin' News

Michael and Tricia Macres have a lot to say about longevity. Marces Florist, their business at the corner of Fifth and Broadway in Santa Ana, has welcomed customers and made impressive civic contributions since 1935...

Fresh Arrivals

Jul 09, 2013 · 10:48 AM
While they last!  White Hydrangea only 90¢ stem in a box of 40.  Call 213 628 5867, stop by or email to get yours before they're gone!