Tuesday, May 06, 2014

Hamilton Street Garden To Close (1 Day) For Testing

MUNOZ INFORMS GARDENERS
Today, via a letter from Public Services Director Ernesto Munoz, the City of Costa Mesa notified all gardeners presently using the Hamilton Street Community Garden at 523 Hamilton Street that it will close for one day, May 14, 2014, for testing for soil contaminants coincident with a planned development adjacent to it.  You can read the letter from Munoz HERE.

MEETING NEXT MONDAY
There will be a meeting at 4:00 p.m., Monday, May 12, 2014 in Conference Room 1A at which representatives from the County of Orange, Health Care Agency Environmental Health Stantec; and the California Environmental Protection Agency, State Water Resources Control Board will be available to answer questions.

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1 Comments:

Anonymous Arthur Nern said...

Let's hope Stevie isn't asking Ernesto to have weeds sprayed- we know how that turned out last time..

Also, Mr. West, here's another example of your mayor/dictator comparison being WRONG. Our mayor loves unions and these people didn't:

http://peoplesworld.org/today-in-labor-history-nazis-destroy-unions/



5/06/2014 08:44:00 PM  

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