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Background Information

Employment History

Administrative Services Manager I

Los Angeles County


Deputy Director

Los Angeles County Fire Department


Principal - Owner

Buckeye Surveying & Engineering


Administrative Assistant III (Acting) - Budget Analyst

County of Los Angeles, Department of Parks and Recreation


Accountant II

County of Los Angeles, Department of Parks and Recreation


Design Engineer

Keith Companies Inc


Web References(35 Total References)


Locals oppose school plans in Castaic » Romero Canyon, Castaic CA

romerocanyon.com [cached]

Soil and geological studies on the Romero Canyon property were shut down last week because Rasmussen didn't have the proper permits to work on the site, said Dennis Hunter, assistant deputy director at Los Angeles County's Land Development division.
While Hunter called the work "minor," he said the property owner will have a permit to proceed in the next couple of days.


Leadership Team

www.ladpw.org [cached]

Dennis Hunter
Deputy Director (626) 458-4006 dhunter@dpw.lacounty.gov Dennis Hunter was appointed as a Deputy Director with Los Angeles County Public Works in November 2010. In this capacity, he is responsible for overseeing the Development Services and Emergency Management Core Service Areas, which include Building and Safety, Land Development, Geotechnical and Materials Engineering and Sewer Maintenance Divisions, and the Disaster Services Group. A 35-year plus Department veteran, Dennis attended Youngstown State University in Ohio, where he received his Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Civil Engineering with concentrations in structural and transportation engineering. He is licensed in the State of California as both a Civil Engineer and Land Surveyor.


Leadership Team

ladpw.org [cached]

Dennis Hunter
Deputy Director (626) 458-4006 dhunter@dpw.lacounty.gov Dennis Hunter was appointed as Deputy Director of the Los Angeles County Public Works Department in November, 2010. In this capacity, he is responsible for overseeing the Aviation, Building and Safety, Land Development and Sewer Maintenance Divisions. A 30-year plus Department veteran, Dennis attended Youngstown State University in Ohio, where he received his Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Civil Engineering with concentrations in structural and transportation engineering. He is licensed in the State of California as both a Civil Engineer and Land Surveyor and, for the past two years, has taught classes as part of the Professional Land Surveyor license exam review course sponsored by the California Land Surveyors Association.


news.investors.com

"The expansion of Tyler's EnerGov solution within Los Angeles County to include Public Works supports the county's goals of operational effectiveness, community responsiveness and integrated service delivery by providing a permitting process that will be effective, provide better connected data, and improve collaboration across multiple departments involved in land development and building construction," said Los Angeles County Public Works Deputy Director of Development Services Dennis Hunter.


cleantechnica.com

Dennis Hunter, Deputy Director of Los Angeles County Public Works, congratulated First Solar on its achievement at Antelope Valley Solar Ranch One.
"We appreciated the opportunity to work with the First Solar team to reach this operational milestone," he said.


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