Dear All Who are valiantly trying to save Chesebro Meadow,
Amazingly, a photo from the 1990’s was in the county records from Heschel’s Environmental Impact Report which shows the vernal pond that forms in Chesebro Meadow in wet years... Old Agoura longtime residents remembered it and now have unearthed this visual to prove it! Mary Weisbrock and Pat McGregor doggedly tracked it down, & have once again championed our cause!!!
Those are ducks out in the middle, -and thousands of frogs and toads then cross Chesebro Road to get to the creek alongside Old Agoura Park when the pond recedes a month after the rains falter.
THIS IS ANOTHER REASON why the Draft Environmental Impact Report for the planned Agoura Equestrian Estates MUST BE RE-CIRCULATED for additional comment from agencies not currently included in North Area Overview Plan and original DEIR.
OA local, Carolyn Trocino, recently asked this of all of us....
Even if Carolyn is referring to Chesebro Road, we all experience speeding cars as they near their conduit, Driver Avenue...
Many of us care less that we look like a bunch of grumps when we flag our arms & scowl pointedly at them AS THEY WHIZ BY- which probably goes unnoticed if they are on their cellphone while still out of sight from CHP.
"I was driving down my street and I saw a ground squirrel who was looking at a recently killed ground squirrel. It was pretty sad and I see this as a pretty common occurrence. I know that sometimes it is unavoidable to hit something. I do notice people drive really fast down my street. I hear complaints from many neighbors about the speed of our drivers and it has been going on for years. I am not alone in my thoughts as there are many others in my shoes in this neighborhood. We are equestrians, dog walkers, runners and cyclists who would like to see safer streets in our community. What to do?"
Sorry that I have not picked this up sooner. Have any of our other residents experienced this drone problem?
June 10 at 7:24pm
Is there anything can be done to stop DRONES from circling my property? A complete sound and privacy invasion.. not to mention startling the horses. What is there to do? Is this bothering anyone else?
How many of you know that you can sign up for email notifications of what our City is up to, I.e., council meetings with their scheduled agendas?
It is more fascinating than you might think - and gives you a real insight into just what is going on!