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Placement Site Sets Nerves On Edge

Placement Site Sets Nerves On Edge

By Jason KUROSU
The recent rains of this winter have reignited concerns among those who live in the hillside communities of La Crescenta, Glendale and La Cañada-Flintridge. The Station Fire left the mountains especially susceptible to mudslides and the floods of early 2010 only heightened the collective awareness of hillside residents.
The debris basins atop the hills [...]

Debris basins holding strong

Debris basins holding strong

By Jason KUROSU
Through torrential rains and apocalyptic fires, the hillsides of La Crescenta and La Cañada, as well as the residents who call them home, remain. After numerous storms and the Station Fire, last week’s spells of rain seemed barely notable in comparison. Flash flood and evacuation warnings were generated, but were soon lifted after [...]

Diary of a rainy day

Diary of a rainy day

During the rains on Feb.6 trapped public works employees kept a constant radio voice relaying the mud and flood danger that was heading down the hill.
By Mary O’Keefe
Residents in Crescenta Valley and La Cañada are used to seeing the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works trucks roll up and down the avenues. Some are [...]


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