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Rockhaven on CVCA Agenda
The status of Rockhaven will be discussed at the Crescenta Valley Community Association meeting tonight, Thursday, May 22. There will also be updates on Twelve Oaks and other issues of importance to the residents of Crescenta Valley.

This is an informal community meeting to which all are invited. It will start at 7 p.m. at the La Crescenta Library.

For more information on CVCA and to participate in discussions of local land use issues, like us on Facebook and/or join the CVCommunityAssoc on Yahoo Groups.

La Crescenta Library, 2809 Foothill Blvd.

CV Weekly Office Closed – Just for the Holiday
The Crescenta Valley Weekly office is closed on Monday, May 26 in observation of the Memorial Day holiday.

Beaches Closed at Castaic Lake
Due to extremely low water levels caused by drought conditions, swim beaches at Castaic Lake State Recreation Area will be unavailable for public use this summer announced Los Angeles County officials.

Under normal circumstances, the Castaic Lake swim beaches would be open Thursday through Sunday from the last week of May until Sept. 1. This year, receding water levels have created conditions that Dept. of Parks and Recreation officials have deemed unsafe, particularly for patrons who may lack advanced swimming skills.

As of now, no other activities at Castaic Lake are being curtailed in response to the drought. Kayaking, float tube fishing and stand-up paddle boarding are expected to be available as normal; however, in the event that water levels continue to fall, those and other aquatic activities at Castaic Lake — motorized boating, for example — may also be negatively affected. Before making plans to visit Castaic Lake, patrons are urged to call (661) 257-4050 for the latest information on conditions at the lake.

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