Jan 1 2021
Pasadena Hahamongna watershed Modification to Conditional Use Permit #6222 Public Hearing Jan 6, 2021 5:30pm
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Important hearing coming up regarding water rights in Hahamongna (the JPL canyon) and along the Gabrielino Trail.
Did you know the city of Pasadena holds water rights to the Hahamongna watershed, and has plans to unnaturally spread & pump more water (than they already do) from the basin under a plan that appears to ignore environmental concerns?
This coming Wednesday, January 6th, is your chance to attend a public hearing wherein the engineering project will be discussed:
MOD TO CUP #6222: 3420 AND 3500 N. ARROYO BLVD. – COUNCIL DISTRICT #1
Modification to Conditional Use Permit #6222: To allow the repair and replacement of City’s water infrastructure facilities within the Upper Arroyo Seco that were damaged by debris flows caused by storms following the 2009 Station Fire. Damage to these structures has greatly reduced the City’s capacity to divert water from the Arroyo Seco for spreading and pumping credits. The proposed improvements would allow for increased utilization of the City’s pre-1914 surface water rights from the Arroyo Seco. A Conditional Use Permit is required for any improvements within the Open Space (OS) Zoning District.
1) Adopt a resolution certifying the Final Environmental Impact Report (SCH No. 2014101022) adopting findings, and adopting the Mitigation Monitoring Reporting Program;
2) Adopt a resolution adopting a Statement of Overriding Consideration for the project; and
3) Approve the Modification to Conditional Use Permit #6222 with conditions.
Case Manager: Beilin Yu
MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC MAY PARTICIPATE ELECTRONICALLY IN THE OPEN SESSION PORTION OF THE MEETING.
ACCESS TO THE MEETING IS AS FOLLOWS:
Phone: 1 (669) 900-6833 – Webinar ID: 886 0453 3489
PUBLIC COMMENT INSTRUCTIONS
If you wish to provide comment, you may do so as follows:
1. ADVANCE CORRESPONDENCE, TO BECOME PART OF THE RECORD:
Submit public comment of any length to email@example.com prior to the meeting day.
Please be aware that, while these comments will be provided to the members of the body and will become part of the meeting record, they will not be read aloud.
2. COMMENTS TO BE READ ALOUD AT THE MEETING:
At the start of the meeting, you may submit public comment of up to 200 words regarding items on the agenda to:
www.cityofpasadena.net/planning/public-comment. The body reserves the right to summarize comments if necessary for the orderly and timely flow of the meeting. All comments in their entirety will become part of the meeting record. Comments will not be accepted after the public comment period has closed.
There’s a nonprofit called the Arroyo Seco Foundation pushing for a more restorative, wildlife-friendly plan. Here’s their powerpoint on the matter:
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