• Informal stormwater meetings begin

    On Thursday, May 10 at 6:00 p.m., at the Pacific Grove Library, Sarah Hardgrave will be holding a Greenwood Park Neighbors meeting with the neighbors of Greenwood Park to start discussions about the City’s Proposition 84 Area of Special Biological Significance grant to make both aesthetic and water quality improvements at the park. The purpose of this meeting is to respond to some concerns that have arisen among the neighbors and to provide some important information about the issues the City is dealing with related to stormwater, water quality, and discharges into the Monterey Bay and Pacific Grove ASBS.
    This is not a formal or official meeting, just a chance to start to gather information from the neighbors about what they would want to see happen at the park. There will be a number of additional opportunities for the community to participate and be involved in the design of improvements. This week, the City reports that interviews were held with the short listed consultants on the project to further identify the best team to work with the City and the community on this project. A recommendation will be made to the City Council at its first meeting in June.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on May 7, 2012

    Topics: Front PG News, Green

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