In response to accelerated land movement in the City's landslide complex, the City has created a working group comprised of stakeholder representatives, including Abalone Cove Landslide Abatement District (ACLAD) and Klondike Canyon Landslide Abatement District (KCLAD) board members, homeowners associations, utility representatives (Cal Water, SCE, and SoCalGas), and members of the public, to address issues related to the land movement, coordinate remediation projects, and keep channels of communication open.
“We are committed to evaluating and addressing every concern the community has for this important initiative. We will look to share information and ideas amongst all the major stakeholders and initiate immediate measures for proactive success. The community has spoken and the City is taking action.”
The group meets every Wednesday at 3 p.m. in the Community Room at City Hall and virtually via Teams. For a Teams link, please email Jayme Fairfield at firstname.lastname@example.org.