Save Millard Canyon!
Imminent development is threatening one of the last natural open-spaces in lower Millard Cyn. The property at risk currently serves a crucial watershed, wildlife corridor and is bisected by a blue line stream that is home to many sensitive species. The proposed development will cut into a 50% slope within the Altadena hillside ordinance area.Three mature Oaks will be removed, three Oaks will be severely pruned and the remaining Oaks permanently damaged by encroaching into their protected zones.
Heavy construction equipment, trucks and material deliveries will choke traffic on Canyon crest and possibly block fire, para-medic and police access to the meadows neighborhood for over a year.
The proposed ultra modern four level design is not at all in keeping with the early to mid-century neighborhood and towers over adjacent homes blocking views and invading privacy.
If this project is approved it will open the floodgates for even more construction on the few remaining natural open-spaces left in our canyon.
We the undersigned demand that the county of LA does not approve a request for a minor conditional use permit and we also reject the request for a Oak tree permit for project No.R2014-02411-(5) please contact Kristina Kulczycki @ (213) 974-6435 or firstname.lastname@example.org by march 22nd 2016 to voice your concerns and objections.
Link to map of project location https://goo.gl/maps/JyuKZ6EjsJz.