From: Chiye Azuma
Sent: Friday, June 04, 2004 4:10 PM
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Subject: RE: Creek contamination
For the record, it should be noted that when construction activities resumed early morning on Tuesday June 1 after the long weekend, the creek was again contaminated with cloudy water. The neighbors made calls to the inspector, Jun Osalbo, and by 10:30 am, the water had cleared up in the creek.
In case you were not aware of this incident, whatever temporary measures that were put in place on Fri. afternoon was not sufficient and required adjustments. We understand, as you say, that this is only a temporary solution, but expect that you will soon find a permanent and reliable solution that will keep the creek clean during construction.
Until then, we will continue to keep an eye on the situation. We also expect that you will follow the Settlement Agreement and the Conditions of Approval which call for permanent stormwater management measures that include bioswales and other filtration facilities throughout the development site ‑ in addition to the permanent detention pond.
Thanks for taking our concerns seriously,