At the end of the year, the Coalition Board reviews actions and accomplishments for the year and discusses objectives for the next year. The Coalition and its various committees continue to be very active on a wide range of issues of interest and concern to residents of the Pt. San Pedro Road Peninsula. Our website […]
One of the conditions of the permits for The Village at Loch Lomond was an annual analysis of the wetlands restoration portion of that project for the first five years. The first year’s analysis is below. Not surprising given this year’s wet winter conditions, the wetlands appear to be thriving.
The Coalition’s 2016 Accomplishments and 2017 Goals The Coalition and its various committees have been very active this past year on issues of interest and concern to our residents. These activities will continue throughout 2017. This Coalition website is an excellent source of in-depth as well as current information on all the work of the […]
The developers are starting the Wetland restoration portion of the project today. Their environmental consultant has flagged the edge of the wetland plants so they can remove the non-native plants from outside the wetland area. They will be replanting the area with native vegetation. The removal of the non-native plants is standard procedure for a wetland project and part […]
The lights that were initially installed for the temporary parking area were night time construction lights operated by gas powered generators. We complained about these and requested the lights be placed on main power (to eliminate the generator noise at night), the level and intensity of the lights be reduced significantly and the placement of […]
Due to construction, the parking lot from Dock G to Dock J (see image below) was closed on Monday, March 9, in order to rebuild the parking lot and install new drainage and utilities. The parking lot will be reopened as soon as possible, hopefully by April 24. There is a temporary parking area established on the surcharge area near Dock […]
At some point in the past couple of days, the contractor at the Loch Lomond Marina project moved the roadway behind Andy’s Market so that it bordered the wetlands at the Bay end of that roadway. This was to accommodate removing the old roadway leading to the Marina parking at the east end and inserting […]
A construction fence has been erected along the parimeter of the wetlands area on the west end of the construction site to protect the wetlands from the construction work.
Loss of marshes would be jolt to coast Rising sea level m ight lead to increased floods By Mark Prado Marin Independent Journal 11/17/2011 Marshes that afford flood protection and support an array of wildlife along Marin’s bay coast could drown as the sea level rises over the next 50 to 100 years, according to […]
Feds want marsh recovery effort around Marin’s shores and rest of the bay By Mark Prado Marin IJ Posted: 02/10/2010 06:24:41 PM PST The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on Wednesday announced a massive 50-year, $1.5 billion tidal marsh recovery effort that will include wetlands along Marin’s shores. The goal: to restore roughly 25,000 acres […]