+1 323 268 0395 kmw@caltek.net

This is good research!!

Thanks for your efforts Kenneth!!!!!!!


I discussed this briefly in our meeting last Wednesday using Census tracts to define areas of population and extent of effort needed to apply a mapping exercise to the affected empowerment zones and Watts Rising. Quantitative Analysis of population to be TRANSFORMED. 
I am in discussions with contacts how the Section 3 local hire setup for HUD and County CBA Community Benefit Agreement are in alignment with this model and must apply to Opportunity Fund. JORDAN DOWNS BEING GROUND ZERO.
Our intent is a "Compliance Rider" in upcoming Infrastructure Bill to include Collective Impact models that will result in equity building in the community by the community. SEE ATTACHED PAPER FOR COLLECTIVE IMPACT DESCRIPTIONS. 
The Raspberry Pie was intended to teach IOT technology through Faith Base organizations where youth go when parents are in church.  This tied to VCAP.
As a technology suggestion,  having all interfaces operating in Web Browser, allows Virtual Machines, vmwhere thinking , to drive first layer of conversation Viewer functions,  which Raspberry Pie can deliver for $30.00 + screen.  This model is very very scalable.  Next layer users, building scenario investigations into the VCAP.
Running Sketchup, and Google Earth Pro on Raspberry Pie is challenging (creating frustration with raspberry pie) but next generation Snapdragon by Qualcomm will have no problem with this level I.O. in VR .
Last layer doer,  more inline with VMware access to environments like AWS or Azure.
RASPBERRY PIE CAN MANAGE THIS INTERFACE.
The storm water Management data is available for Watts Rising effort and applications for Measure W to access these resources will have a civic Engagement requirement BY LAW.  VCAP .being an intended Goal.  Geohub 2.0=VCAP
I am working with Department of Sanitation and Environment regarding this conversation. 
Please note, Trmble bought Sketchup and Ghery Technology so when Ghery architects was heading up LA RIver flood model it was clear Trimble was part of this remote sensing effort.  This is being discussed to search infrared tools to map EXISTING TREE species in Watts which could be done with UAV's on transpiration thermal models, IOT curriculum.  Not sure how Garmin, Trimble competitors got on list.

On Sun, Dec 23, 2018, 11:01 PM Kenneth Wyrick <kmw@caltek.net wrote:
County of Los Angeles, Esri, HERE, Garmin, INCREMENT P, METI/NASA, USGS,Bureau of Land Management, EPA, NPS, US Census Bureau, USDA | County ofLos Angeles, Esri, HERE, Garmin, INCREMENT P, METI/NASA, USGS, Bureau ofLand Management, EPA, NPS, US Census Bureau, USDA | County of Los Angeles,Esri, HERE, Garmin, INCREMENT P, METI/NASA, USGS, Bureau of LandManagement, EPA, NPS, US Census Bureau, USDAhttp://eig.org/opportunityzoneshttps://esrimedia.maps.arcgis.com/apps/View/index.html?appid=77f3cad12b6c4bffb816332544f04542the above link goes to an interactive map of the national opportunityzones.Below Find WATTS specific Census Tractscontained on the national map as opportunity zones.Census Tract: 06037243100This area is located in Los Angeles Countyand is a certified opportunity zone.Total population: 5,625Median household income: 28,709Households in poverty: 54%Total jobs: 453Total businesses: 27Source: Esri 2017 Updated Demographics, Esri 2017 Business DataPoverty data based on ACS 2012-2016----------------------Census Tract: 06037243000This area is located in Los Angeles Countyand is a certified opportunity zone.Total population: 7,421Median household income: 39,704Households in poverty: 32%Total jobs: 172Total businesses: 27Source: Esri 2017 Updated Demographics, Esri 2017 Business DataPoverty data based on ACS 2012-2016-------------------------------Census Tract: 06037242200This area is located in Los Angeles Countyand is a certified opportunity zone.Total population: 6,806Median household income: 32,885Households in poverty: 36%Total jobs: 508Total businesses: 23Source: Esri 2017 Updated Demographics, Esri 2017 Business DataPoverty data based on ACS 2012-2016-------------------Census Tract: 06037242300This area is located in Los Angeles Countyand is a certified opportunity zone.Total population: 5,111Median household income: 35,162Households in poverty: 31%Total jobs: 591Total businesses: 60Source: Esri 2017 Updated Demographics, Esri 2017 Business DataPoverty data based on ACS 2012-2016-----------------------------Census Tract: 06037242000This area is located in Los Angeles Countyand is a certified opportunity zone.Total population: 4,157Median household income: 34,136Households in poverty: 35%Total jobs: 919Total businesses: 28Source: Esri 2017 Updated Demographics, Esri 2017 Business DataPoverty data based on ACS 2012-2016----------------------Census Tract: 06037242600This area is located in Los Angeles Countyand is a certified opportunity zone.Total population: 4,751Median household income: 16,336Households in poverty: 70%Total jobs: 341Total businesses: 17Source: Esri 2017 Updated Demographics, Esri 2017 Business DataPoverty data based on ACS 2012-2016------------------------see the attached U shaped shaded area in Watts---------------------------- Original Message ----------------------------Subject: Opportunity zonesFrom:    "hershel daniels junior" <fauchairman@gmail.com>Date:    Sun, December 23, 2018 1:26 pmTo:      "Kenneth Wyrick" <kmw@caltek.net>--------------------------------------------------------------------------*****OPPORTUNITY ZONES (Special Review at 2:15pm today)******   - Comments on the IRS’s *proposed regulations*   <https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2018/10/29/2018-23382/investing-in-qualified-opportunity-funds>on   Opportunity Zones *due on December 28t**h*   - More resources<https://www.cdfifund.gov/pages/opportunity-zones.aspx> from   the U.S. Treasury   - Map of the 8,700 census tracts   <https://eig.org/news/opportunity-zones-map-comes-focus> qualified as   Opportunity Zones   - Questions & answers   <http://www.klgateshub.com/details/?pub=Real-Estate---An-Attractive-Investment-for-OZ-Funds-Under-New-Proposed-Regulations>about   the IRS regulation – and* one law firm’s take   <http://www.klgateshub.com/details/?pub=Real-Estate---An-Attractive-Investment-for-OZ-Funds-Under-New-Proposed-Regulations>*   -      - New York Times      <https://www.nytimes.com/2018/11/09/your-money/tax-breaks-opportunity-zones-investment.html>       and Wall Street Journal      <https://www.wsj.com/articles/new-opportunity-zone-tax-break-rules-offer-flexibility-to-developers-1539948600>       coverage      - *Article*      <https://www.bisnow.com/houston/news/investment/downtown-richmond-designated-as-opportunity-zone-what-does-that-mean-for-future-development-95667>:      Downtown Richmond Designated As Opportunity Zone — *What Does That      Mean For Future Development?*-- I�m moderate on extroversion.https://caltek.net/http://archive.org/details/@kwyrickhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1veBBpWxJQhttp://rhsrider.net Roosevelt HS Alumni Foundationhttp://wecanf.net  WECAN Foundation