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According to a press release, the Port of L.A. has announced that four open houses will be held to present plans for the new San Pedro Waterfront Promenade. Visitors will have a chance to check out new designs and express their views directly with Port staffers and the project designers. Additions to the promenade could include dining and shopping options along with play areas for children and public art installations.Artists should check out this PDF if they want to get on the remaining opportunities for new contributions.