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|Date||Title||Summary||2018-11-09||2670 Eric Garcetti||2018-11-09||2669 Cory Booker||2018-11-09||2668 Eric Swalwell||2018-11-09||2667 Eric Swalwell||2018-11-09||2666 Elizabeth Warren||2018-11-09||2665 Please Work This Time||2018-11-09||2664 This is the Test of Tests||This is an articles||2018-08-14||2663 Rhododendron? Hydrangea? America Doesn't Know Anymore||This is a vital need for greater botanical knowledge.||2018-08-01||2662 Title test||August 1, 2018 - Some summaries can be summarized at the summit||2018-08-01||2661 Another Test||August 1, 2018 - This summary is just that.||2018-08-01||2660 Test Engry||August 1, 2018 - This is the summary. Hope it works.||2018-06-23||2636 How Arroyo Seco Weekend infused Pasadena into its festival culture||June 23, 2018 - Festival goers at Arroyo Seco Weekend learned a bit about the culture of Pasadena.||2018-04-05||2628 Throwback Thursday - Bicycle Crazy Pasadena 120 Years Ago||April 5, 2018 - The early love for bicycling in Pasadena is recounted by Rick Thomas in the South Pasadenan. Learn about Horace Dobbins elevated cycleway along the Arroyo Seco.||2018-03-29||2627 County Supervisor Barger's Office: Sediment Removal at Devil's Gate Dam Scheduled to Start in October||March 29, 2018 - A meeting between County Supervisor Kathryn Barger and Mayor Tornek and members of the Pasadena City Council in the basement of City Hall yesterday clarified the status of the massive sediment excavation program that the County Flood Control District has planned for Hahamongna Watershed Park.||2018-03-29||2626 Pasadena City Council Returns City Tree Protection Ordinance Amendment for Revisions||March 29, 2018 - The Pasadena City Council is considering toughening the standards and penalties designed to protect local trees. After considering the proposed revised ordinance, the Council sent the motion back to staff for additional revisions.||2018-03-15||2625 Arroyo Seco Pedestrian and Bicycle Trail Opening Delayed||March 15, 2018 - The plan for the South Pasadena new Arroyo Seco Pedestrian and Bike Trail was to provide a restful respite from threatening cars, but now city officals feel that errant golf balls present a new threat, so the opening of the trail has now been postponed.||2018-03-13||2621 Metropolitan Board Approves $14.7 Million Advertising Contract to Promote Conservation across Southern California||March 13, 2018 - Did you think the drought is over? No, we need to conserve water 365 days a year.||2018-03-09||2620 Opening of Pedestrian and Bike Trail Postponed||March 9, 2018 - The opening of the bike/pedestrian in the Arroyo Seco in Pasadena has been temporarily called off due to safety concerns on the section near the golf course driving range.||2018-03-07||2624 Construction Set to Begin Today on Enhancements to Lower Arroyo Seco Entrance||March 7, 2018 - Improvements to the main entrance to the Lower Arroyo in Pasadena are the purpose of a new city construction project.||2018-03-03||2623 Los Angeles' new 'Mulholland moment' for safe and adequate water: Eric Garcetti||March 3, 2018 - Does LA have enough water for the future? Mayor Eric Garcetti, but the plan needs to be smart and sustainable, emphasizing local water.||2018-02-22||2619 Arroyo Seco Landslide Causes Traffic Delays||February 22, 2018 - A landslide on the slope of the freeway blocked traffic.||2018-02-20||2616 Grocery bags and takeout containers aren't enough. It's time to phase out all single-use plastic||February 20, 2018 - It's time to get serious about plastics and the devastating effects they are having on our society.||2018-02-15||2613 The Arroyo Seco was once snubbed for money for local restoration projects. That could soon be fixed.||February 15, 2018 - Senator Anthony Portantino has introduced legislation to fix a grave flaw in the Upper Los Angeles River and Tributaries Working Group formed last year.||2018-02-09||2612 Whistling past the climate graveyard||February 9, 2018 - Larry Wilson doesn't need his heavy wetsuit to dive into the ocean in February anymore. See? Pruitt is right. Climate change has its advantages.||2018-02-08||2615 La Niña is on its way out. What does that mean for California?||February 8, 2018 - Perhaps the record dry conditions that have plagued Southern California recently will end with the departure of La Niña. Hope so. It's been mighty dry during the current "rainy" season.||2018-02-06||2611 Runners, walkers, cyclists and cars in the Arroyo Seco||February 6, 2018 - It's like a gust of wind blowing through the central Arroyo in Pasadena. Maybe more like a windstorm, when the peleton of top cyclists glides around the Rose Bowl loop on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. But what's the best way to maintain recreational pursuits and public safety?||2018-02-06||2610 The Arroyo, We've Heard This Before!||February 6, 2018 - A two-hour discussion over the future of the Arroyo raised both hopes and concerns from a packed house in the Pasadena City Council chambers.||2018-02-06||2608 Council Approves Funding for One Arroyo Demonstration Project, Fundraising||February 6, 2018 - The Arroyo Advisory Group reported to the Pasadena City Council last night and secured $100,000 in funding to start up a new fundraising foundation for a project that will enhance Arroyo trails and connect them.||2018-02-05||2609 One Arroyo Group Readies Demonstration Projects for City Council, Asks for Funds Tonight||February 5, 2018 - The Arroyo Advisory Group, formed a year ago to give shape to Mayor Tornek's call to enhance the Arroyo, will make their presentation tonight to the Pasadena City Council.||2018-02-05||2607 California Headed Back To Drought, Report Says||February 5, 2018 - The drought never really went away. The latest report is that Los Angeles is back in a severe drought situation.||2018-01-27||2605 A Pasadena Link to South Pasadena's Bikeway||January 27, 2018 - A forgotten path down the east slope of the Arroyo could provide the link from Pasadena down into the Arroyo to eventually connect to the new South Pasadena Bike Trail.||2018-01-23||2606 The Arroyo Seco Bicycle Path December 2017||January 23, 2018 - Take a ride down the Arroyo from a conceptual path near Orange Grove down the east slope of the Arroyo to the new Arroyo Seco Bike Trail in South Pasadena and then down the very real in-channel bike trail through Northeast Los Angeles.||2018-01-23||2604 What does the SCOTUS decision mean for clean water?||January 23, 2018 - The Clean Water Rule has important implications for the Arroyo Seco, Tujunga Wash and other tributaries of the Los Angeles River, so this Supreme Court decision offers hope that administration attempts to scuttle the rule will not succeed and that the public right to clean water will be upheld.||2018-01-23||2602 Pasadena's Draft Climate Action Plan: A Key Roadmap to Improve Our Local Environment||January 23, 2018 - Here's the long-awaited Draft Climate Action Plan for Pasadena. It details the situation and outlines specific actions you can take to do your share to reduce greenhouse gases. There is still time to offer suggestions for improvements to the plan. Public comments on the plan are due by February 10.||2018-01-17||2601 Editorial: Los Angeles needs open space for wildlife and for our sanity||January 17, 2018 - Yes, we can and should make space of wildlife in Los Angeles.||2018-01-14||2599 A retiring Bill Patzert, JPL's ‘Prophet of California Climate,' leaves behind a legacy of ocean research and media appearances||January 14, 2018 - He might be retiring from JPL, but you can still expect to hear a lot more from pithy scientist Bill Patzert about our volatile climate.||2018-01-10||2603 Rain reveals Arroyo Seco's winter character||January 10, 2018 - Reg Green depicts the wondrous winter character of the Arroyo Seco and salutes ASF's goal of retaining its unique character.||2018-01-10||2600 What Abbey's ‘Desert Solitaire' means in these trying times||January 10, 2018 - As the Trump Administration moves to remove protections on rare wilderness land in southern Utah, Edward Abbey's "Desert Solitaire" acquires a new relevance.||2018-01-09||2596 Rep. Adam Schiff responds to parks criticism: Letters||January 9, 2018 - Congressman Adam Schiff responds to recent criticism of national parks with a call to move forward with the expansion of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area to include more portions of the Rim of the Valley Corridor.||2018-01-07||2593 Pasadena wants to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by 83 percent, find out how||January 7, 2018 - Here's the scoop on Pasadena's Climate Action Plan, including some performance parameters and comments by Greg Gunther and Morey Wolfson.||2017-12-27||2591 Forests are Key to Fresh Water||December 27, 2017 - Freshwater resources are critical to both human civilization and natural ecosystems, but University of British Columbia researchers have discovered that changes to ground vegetation can have as much of an impact on global water resources as climate change. ||2017-12-07||2590 Audubon Center break-in ruffles some feathers, but community spirit soars||December 7, 2017 - An early morning break-in at the Audubon Center in Debs Park resulted in the theft of $6,000 worth of equipment including computers, binoculars and other items. How sad that such a worthy group should be a victim.||2017-12-05||2589 FEAST formulates fresh plan for flora on Fiji||December 5, 2017 - Students at Occidental College are taking on restoring a campus hillside to native species. The project arose out of a class presented by the Urban Environmental Policy Institute, UEP 246, Sustainable Oxy: Campus Greening.||2017-11-30||2588 Colorado Street Bridge Task Force Hearing Evokes Tales of Heartbreaking Tragedies, Offers of Creative Solutions||November 30, 2017 - City officials and local residents grapple with how to make the stately Colorado Street Bridge safer and less attractive to people considering suicide in a public meeting.||2017-11-18||2597 The Science of Hiking||November 18, 2017 - The enormous benefits of a simple walk in nature are explored in this thoughtful article.||2017-11-16||2584 Supes scale back Devil's Gate Big Dig sediment removal project||November 16, 2017 - The County Board of Supervisors acts to reduce the size of their sediment removal program for Devil's Gate Dam in response to tremendous community concern.||2017-11-16||2583 'One Arroyo Day' Saturday seeks input from the community on its vision for the Arroyo Seco||November 16, 2017 - "One Arroyo Day" on Saturday will highlight the work of the Arroyo Advisory Group appointed by Pasadena Mayor Terry Tornek to take a look at the priorities for the future of the Arroyo in Pasadena.||2017-11-14||2587 Three Ways to Change How California Manages Water for the Environment||November 14, 2017 - New research shows that three reforms could improve ecological conditions and reduce tensions over allocation of water, says Jeffrey Mount, senior fellow at the PPIC Water Policy Center.||2017-11-14||2586 Voices from the River: Talking trash fish||November 14, 2107 - Trout are fantastic, but other native fish also play an important role in the health of rivers. How about some respect for the other native fish too!||2017-11-13||2585 Remote sensing will revolutionize trout conservation||November 13, 2017 - NASA and Trout Unlimited are developing new tools that will be very helpful in assessing and improving the conditions for trout and other fish species.||2017-11-08||2580 County Supervisors Approve Smaller "Big Dig" Sediment Removal Project for Devil's Gate Dam||November 8, 2017 - The County Supervisors have taken decisive action to reduce the size of the Flood Control District's excavation program for Hahamongna Watershed Park, but major concerns still remain.||2017-11-07||2582 Supervisors approve big dig at Devil's Gate Dam||November 7, 2017 - Sharon McNary continues her sensationalistic coverage of the Big Dig. It's sad that KPCC's environmental coverage is so insensitive to environmental concerns.||2017-11-07||2581 LA County Supervisors approve scaled-down sediment removal project for Devil's Gate Dam in Pasadena||November 7, 2017 - In a major turnaround, the County Supervisors today voted to scale down the Flood Control District's massive sediment removal program for Hahamongna from 2.4 million cubic yards to 1.7 million.||
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