Marina Del Rey: Notice of Public Meeting about the Oxford Retention…
Marina Del Rey: Notice of Public Meeting about the Oxford Retention Basin Multiuse Enhancement Project
The County of Los Angeles Department of Public Works will be holding a public meeting to present the Oxford Retention Basin Multiuse Enhancement Project. So what does this mean in English?
The Project is designed to enhance flood protection, reduce runoff pollution and significantly improve the quality of plant and wildlife habitat within the area as well as to make it aesthetically appealing.
All this sounds like a great idea. My only concern is that this is another continuation of removing “non-native trees and plants. The trees and plants will be removed and the site will be replanted with a more native and drought-tolerant plant life.
I am all for providing new recreational and safety amenities, including a walking path and wildlife-friendly lighting and more attractive fencing.
I am just wondering we are so busy removing but very slow at replacing the Vegetation. Perfect example was I blogged about the Tree Removal on Admiralty Way December 2012 ( see blog http://actvra.in/MlQ ) and guess what, five months later we still have not had those trees replace and that was five long months ago. Whatever happened to the Birds that used to live in those trees? So here we are removing more trees. My suggestion would be let us replacing the trees on Admiralty before more trees are removed from this area. My suspicion is this is where the birds migrated to in the first place. Who am I to say, I am just a Realtor who lives and works in the Marina Del Rey area.
Should you like to voice your opinion about this subject feel free to leave a comment here at my blog post? Better yet in addition take the time and show up at:
The Burton W Chace Park Community Room at 13650 Mindanao Way, Marina Del Rey, CSA 90292 on Wednesday May 29th, 2013 at 7pm and the meeting should last until 9pm and express your views.
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