Final EIR for the Upper Stone Canyon Reservoir Water Quality Improvement Project

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Posted by Hillside Federation | Posted in Hillside Federation | Posted on 29-01-2012

The final Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the Upper Stone Canyon Reservoir Water Quality Improvement Project was released.

You may access the draft EIR and final EIR here:

http://www.ladwp.com/ladwp/cms/ladwp015022.pdf

Proposed project: Upper Stone Canyon Reservoir – construct a new buried concrete-covered reservoir with 3 ft of topsoil and shallow rooting plant species typical of the canyon; allow public access for passive recreation (pedestrian trails), cialis canada viagra to be operated by LADPR and/or the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority. See Section ES-1 of Draft EIR for a summary. See Section 2 of the Draft or Table 2-1 starting on page 1-16 in the Final for a good summary of the proposed alternatives and the impacts for a comprehensive overview of the project.

Project Objectives: Comply with EPA updated water quality standards and preserve local water storage capability to maintain reliability and flexibility; secondary objective to help restore the natural character of Stone Canyon. See ES-3 of the Draft.

Financial investment: $140m over 60 years (see ES-9 of the Draft) for the proposed project. Floating cover alternative $35m and $80m for aluminum.

Recreation: Create parking for 25 vehicles; no other amenities. A gate to prevent after hours use. All access through Mulholland Drive. Trails to be established on east and west sides of reservoir, doctor with overlooks to Lower Stone Reservoir. Trails also established on the buried concrete cover. Exact placement of trails TBD with input from neighboring communities. Peak use estimated at 75 visitors per day on weekends and 31 per day on weekdays. See section ES-9, ES-10 and ES-12 of the Draft.

Time frame: 4 years to complete; construction start in late 2015. See ES-11 of the Draft.

Traffic: All construction vehicles route (incl. delivery and hauling) would be between I-405 and the entry via Skirball Center Drive and Mulholland Drive.

The EIR goes to the DWP Board for adoption on Feb 7th. For questions or comments please email: hillside@beverlyglen.org

 

CRIME ALERT

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Posted by ROBGWebsite | Posted in Community Messages, Neighborhood Council | Posted on 27-01-2012

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In the last meeting of Bel Air Beverly Crest Neighborhood Council, viagra buy health our Senior Lead Officer informed us of a rise in construction site and home burglaries in the canyons.  Please read the following notices and refer to the five points of contact with LAPD if you see anything suspicious:

Stay alert, pharm please let ROBG know of any crimes so we can also follow up with LAPD and use the five points of contact!

MAIL THEFT WARNING

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Posted by ROBGWebsite | Posted in Community Messages | Posted on 23-01-2012

ROBG has received some reports of a few mail thefts that have recently occurred in the Glen.  Please regularly check your mail daily and for those with common mailboxes, best viagra cialis please make sure your box is locked at all times and regularly check those boxes as well.

We are inquiring with LAPD on this situation but is always up to us to do what we can to deter mail theft.  And in particular, generic viagra clinic if your receiving checks in the mail, call your bank immediately if not received in a timely manner.

Calling All Gardens for the Annual Garden Walk on Sunday April 22nd!

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Posted by Social | Posted in Garden Walk | Posted on 18-01-2012

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Please contact Sharalee at 310-967-9025 or social@beverlyglen.org if you would like to volunteer your property to be showcased for the Annual Glen Garden Walk on Sunday April 22nd.

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Sharalee Flesche, Social Chair

 

Police Advisory

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Posted by ROBGWebsite | Posted in Community Messages | Posted on 12-01-2012

 

COMMUNITY ALERT
NOTIFICATION

LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT
OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF WEST LOS ANGELES AREA

 

**ATTENTION AREA RESIDENTS**

THE LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT IS MAKING EVERY EFFORT TO COMBAT RESIDENTIAL BURGLARIES. SINCE COMMUNITY AWARENESS IS THE KEY TO PREVENTION WE NEED YOUR ASSISTANCE:

Since January 2nd, viagra advice there have been several Residential Burglaries targeting homes in the Coldwater Canyon community north of Beverly Hills. In the most recent incident, best viagra the suspect’s forced entry into the home while the resident was inside (Hot Prowl).

2400 block Coldwater Cyn. RD 0809.MO: On 01/02/12 between 1200 and 1730, suspect(s) pried the single family residence side door and removed computer and jewelry.

2000 block Coldwater Cyn. RD 0809.MO: On 01/02/12 between 1600 and 1800, suspect(s) pried the single family residence front door and removed firearms and jewelry.

2200 block Betty Lane. RD 0809.MO: On 01/02/12 at 1630 suspect(s) kicked in single family residence side door activating the alarm. Suspect(s) removed jewelry.

2100 block Coldwater Cyn. RD 0809. MO: (Hot Prowl) On 1/11/12, at approximately 2115 hours, suspects smashed a rear window and gained entry into the residence. The resident who was sleeping inside retreated to the master bathroom. The suspects entered the master bedroom and closet removing Jewelry and Watches.

HOME SECURITY TIPS:

LOCK ALL DOORS AND WINDOWS, INCLUDING REAR AND GARAGE DOORS, BEFORE LEAVING THE RESIDENCE.

ENSURE THAT ALL DOORS AND WINDOWS INCLUDING SLIDING GLASS DOORS HAVE STRONG, WORKING LOCKS.

IF YOUR RESIDENCE IS EQUIPPED WITH AN ALARM SYSTEM, ENSURE THAT IT HAS APPROPRIATE COVERAGE FOR YOUR SECURITY NEEDS.

ENSURE THAT ALL WINDOWS AND DOORS ARE ALARMED. AND THE MASTER BEDROOM AND HALLWAYS HAVE MOTION SENSORS DETECTORS.

ACTIVATE YOUR ALARM WHEN EVER YOU LEAVE YOUR RESIDENCE.

ENSURE THAT YOUR VIDEO SURVEILANCE SYSTEM IS IN GOOD WORKING ORDER.

RECORD THE SERIAL NUMBERS OF YOUR ELECTRONIC AND COMPUTER EQUIPMENT, AND KEEP RECORDS IN A SECURE LOCATION.

KEEP RECORDS AND PHOTOS OF NON-SERIALIZED VALUABLES.

KEEP YOUR PROPERTY WELL-LIT DURING THE EVENING AND EARLY MORNING HOURS.

IF YOU OBSERVE SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY, CONTACT POLICE IMMEDIATELY BY CALLING 911 (EMERGENCY) OR 877-ASK-LAPD (877-275-5273) (NON-EMERGENCY).

OBTAIN A DESCRIPTION OF THE SUSPECT(S)’ PHYSICAL APPEARANCE, ACTIONS, AND ANY VEHICLE DESCRIPTIONS, INCLUDING LICENSE PLATE NUMBERS. DO NOT CONFRONT SUSPICIOUS INDIVIDUALS.

To sign up for E-Policing, simply go to the link below and enter your address and your email address. You will receive crime updates and Community Alert information from the Los Angeles Police Department. You may also view recent crimes that have occurred in the area on the LAPD website. To receive text alerts when critical information is sent sign up for Nixle. Feel free to print this out or share this information.

Contact me directly should you have any questions or concerns.

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