ENU files comment letter on Chatham Cleanup monitoring report

Here is the comment letter we filed this week ENU Comments on Oct 2016 Monitoring report.  We will be looking forward to the responses of the agencies to ensure that additional action is taken to stop the pollution from day-lighting into the Creek, monitoring the ‘leak’ in Felicita Road that has been running for months, amend the report as requested, release additional results, and restore the Contamination Notice so that Park users know what is going on in the park.

You can review the full report here 2016 December report on October 2016 monitoring event.
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Immigration in our Community: An educational panel discussion May 23 at 6:30 PM

Please attend and
spread the word about this important discussion.

Escondido Chamber of Citizens and Escondido Indivisible
present a panel discussion

IMMIGRATION IN OUR
COMMUNITY

An educational panel on what we all need to know and how we can help
Tuesday, May 23,
2017

6:30 – 8:00 pm

North Inland Live Well Center, Conference Room B,
649 West Mission Avenue, Escondido, CA 92025.

Guests:

Katia Hansen
, J.D. President & CEO, UURISE

Cassie Purdy,
Community Organizer, ACLU of San Diego & Imperial
Counties

Bill Flores
, Retired Assistant San Diego County Sheriff
       

Environmental Justice Symposium June 10th 9AM to 3PM: Regional Water Board to hear input on concerns

On Saturday, June 10, 2017 the San Diego Water Board will
conduct its first ever Environmental Justice Symposium.   This
is a unique opportunity for the community to voice its water quality concerns
directly to the Water Board Members.  Since it’s sometimes difficult for
community members to attend our regularly scheduled public meetings (second
Wednesday of every month at 9:00 am), the San Diego Water Board is coming to a
neighborhood near you!   Please join us…We’d like to hear from YOU!

For more information,  see the attached flyer and visit
our new “Community Outreach” webpage at http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/sandiego/press_room/community_outreach/
or contact Deborah Jayne
at 619-521-8050.