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08.31.2012 Garden Vandalism

Our organic vegetable garden, was a victim of vandalism, hit twice in the last few weeks. If anyone sees anyone in the organic garden, especially on Mondays, please contact campus police at 626-585-7484.

We have identified the suspect and we are working with the police department.

So far the damage consists of missing items such as tools, signs and garden supplies; all the beds are completely missing; destruction of our drip irrigation system; contamination of a thousand dollars worth of compost; produce loss, and several hundred plants.

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Destroyed Vegetable Garden

Destroyed Beds

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Organic Garden

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07.15.2012 Hahamongna Watershed EIR

City of Pasadena is working on the environmental impact report (EIR) for their plan to build an athletic field and expanded lot in Hahamongna Watershed. Read the full set of information at http://www.savehahamongna.org/hahaeirtoolkit.htm

Sycamore Grove Athletic Field: This project will create a new athletic field and expand the current parking lot in Hahamongna Watershed Park. Twenty-seven acres in the middle of the Hahamongna basin will be filled in, compacted and elevated to place the athletic field and parking lot above the area that floods frequently.

The project will also include relocating the current disc golf course onto the twenty-acre elevated pad and the expansion of the current parking lot from 100 to 200 parking spaces along with various storm drain improvements.

Source: http://www.savehahamongna.org/hahaeirtoolkit.htm

Please send your responses and comments regarding the scope of the EIR to:

Rosa Laveaga, City of Pasadena, Department of Public Works,
Phone: (626) 744-4321
E-mail: mbmuproject@cityofpasadena.net,
Mailing Address: City of Pasadena, Department of Public Works, Attn: Engineering Division, 100 N. Garfield Avenue, Pasadena, CA, 91101

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