A Los Angeles County official told a crowd of more than 250 people at a recent meeting that his agency will consider monitoring possibly toxic particulate matter and gases that some community members believe will pose a health hazard during of the Devil’s Gate Dam sediment removal project. Continue reading “Meeting on Big Dig Concerns Draws Diverse Crowd”
The La Cañada Unified School District Governing Board on Tuesday took time to hear from concerned parents over the initial process of sediment removal from Hahamongna Watershed Park behind the Devil’s Gate Dam to increase flood protection and to restore habitat within the Arroyo Seco Watershed.
During the discussion, board members said that they were writing down questions and suggestions of attendees and that they plan to measure the air quality surrounding the schools during the sediment removal project, known as the “Big Dig,” with an air-quality monitor. Continue reading “LCUSD Listens to Parents’ Concerns on Devil’s Gate Project”