Big Dig Hearing Postponed; Progress in Settlement Cited
In June Judge James C. Chalfant issued a stinging tentative decision in favor of the Arroyo Seco Foundation and Pasadena in ourr lawsuit against County Flood Control's Big Dig sediment program in Hahamongna Watershed Park. A July 30th date for a full hearing has now been postponed in order to finalize details of a settlement agreement now being developed.
Tim Brick, Arroyo Seco Foundation Managing Director, said, "Based on the County's response to our settlement offer, ASF and Pasadena Audubon are cautiously
optimistic that we can substantially reduce the negative impacts of the Flood Control District's devastating excavation and trucking proogram, but we needed extra time to work out the details."
A new hearing has now been set for October 15, 2019.
Pasadena Approves Berkshire Creek Project.
The Pasadena City Council approved the Berkshire Creek project at its meeting on July 22nd. The environmental document and the construction contract were approved. Look for construction to begin in the Fall with projected completion by March of next year.
There are lots of ways for you to get involved in this important project. Come help grow native plants for the habitat restoration component of the project at Hahamongna Native Plant Nursery.
La Cañada-Flintridge Decries Dirt and Dust
County officials were squirming big-time at the sharp criticism from LCF citizens and council members at a recent special study session on the Devil's Gate Big Dig. They demanded to know what the County is going to do to fix their sloppy and unhealthy impacts.
South Pasadena Loves the Arroyo
Nestled within deep canyons formed by the Arroyo Seco watershed sits 74-acres of recreational use that South Pasadenans and visitors have come to enjoy
Arroyo Seco Foundation, PO Box 91622, Pasadena, CA 91109-1622 email@example.com